Gentle Acupuncture of Ballard in Seattle

Community Acupuncture $20-45*      Private Acupuncture $60-80*

Pay what you can!  *Plus one-time $10 set-up fee

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>>>>>Notice: CLOSED SATURDAYS for a while.

Stay tuned for details on LIMITED HOURS IN SEPTEMBER until we begin a new “season” in October.

Late August Community Acupuncture HOURS:

Open with Jon on Wednesdays 3:00-8:00 and some Thursdays (click on the orange Appointment button to find openings)

Linda is temporarily delayed in California tending to important family business. Jon will be away during September.

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Private Acupuncture, cupping, and moxibustion: Available  outside of Community Acu hours. Contact Jon for private appointments.

We also offer Past Life Regression Therapy to help you clear past life issues that adversely affect your health, relationship, career, or financial issues, or to learn your life purpose, or simply to explore your soul’s history. Click orange appointment button to schedule online or contact Linda to schedule for a time not listed online. Linda is also a Holistic Freedom from Anxiety life coach  who teaches women to live anxiety-free by raising their vibration, living with intention, and collaborating with the Universe to create their dream life! Contact Linda by phone or email for more info. Details will be posted to our website soon.

Our goal is to help you achieve comfort and well-being naturally without side effects or high prices.

Linda Phelps, LAc, EAMP, MSA, Dipl Ac, Acudetox Specialist

Linda Phelps, LAc, EAMP, MSA, Dipl Ac, Acudetox Specialist

  • Do you want to be free of pain, stress, fatigue, anxiety, insomnia, depression, GI distress or other health issues?

Then we can help you!  Contact us or make an appointment online today.

You will relax fully-clothed in a reclining arm chair in a soothing space that’s more like a living room than a medical clinic. We will use Chinese meridian theory to stimulate points on your lower arms and lower legs, thereby activating your energetic meridians to treat health issues anywhere in your body. The group setting helps keep your cost low while also adding collective energy to enhance your treatment.

Purple Dragon Community Acupuncture is a social business, which is run much like a non-profit because we’re more about building community than making a profit. We rely on donations of items, time, and skills as a way of keeping our prices low. Patients and friends may donate supplies or help at the front desk or behind the scenes. Our volunteers get free acupuncture! Let us know if you’d like to volunteer or donate.

We are part of the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture (POCA), a rapidly growing cooperative of over 180 clinics like ours all around the country. POCA is a multi-stakeholder co-op (like Seattle’s PCC), meaning patients can join, get involved, and receive discounts. Learn more about becoming a POCA member or find clinics like ours across the continent.

 

Picture featured at top: Transcending the Tempest by Karl Bang layered over Catching the Sunset by Eric http://eric5dmark2.tumblr.com/

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