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Tiny Needle Community Acupuncture Sliding Scale Rates:

Follow Up Cmty. Acu.: $20/$30/$45

New Patient Cmty. Acu.: $40/$50/$65

Full Traditional Acupuncture: Blooming Lotus Acupuncture
Full Traditional Acupuncture $75 (on average)

Fertility Acupuncture (only as Full Traditional)  $75

By Appointment/all online booking  

1026 Delta Ave., Ste. A

Cincinnati, Ohio


Calm and  relaxing acupuncture therapy,

located in the heart of Mt. Lookout Square. Click for F.A.Q….


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This workshop is done by Jacki Millay, MEd, IIQTC Teacher. Please click here and print if you are interested in information and registration. It’s very exciting to have these opportunities here in Cincinnati!

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Click for full article: “What is Acupuncture? 6 Ways It Can Improve Your Health!”

Here are a couple of our favorite relaxing albums in the acupuncture clinic:

Chad Lawson: Chopin Variations

Moby: Long Ambients 1 calm. sleep. (free to download!)

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You have heard of Tai Qi as a way to help with physical balance, energetic balance, arthritis and overall wellness. Tai Qi is a form of Qi Gong (“energy work”). This particular form of Qi Gong is elegant and creates a lot of Qi movement. Because this form is mainly arm movements, it’s much easier to learn than Tai Ji Quan! Click on the link and try this at home!

Try acupressure on these 4 points on your left and right side. The article mentions 7 points counting both sides… but it’s actually 8.

Pictures below show these 4 points: 3 on the face and near the ankle. It’s a great approach for self care with sinus congestion! For the full article, click on the pictures below.

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Healing With Whole Foods

by: Paul Pitchford