Every Friday 2pm-4pm
+ What is Community Acupuncture?
In this setting we provide a calm, relaxing environment where patients receive acupuncture in small groups, either seated or lying down on yoga mat with a yoga bolster and blanket. This group setting creates a dynamic healing “community” within the clinic, resulting in collective shared energy that can enhance the power of each individual’s treatment. With multiple participants receiving at the same time fees can be lower and acupuncture can be accessible to a greater number of people.
+ Will acupuncture hurt?
Most people feel very little or no pain at all. Sometimes there is a pin-prick sensation for the first few seconds after needle insertion, but then it goes away. More typically, people who receive acupuncture find it is not only clinically effective but also generally relaxing and calming. Many people feel more energized and have a stronger sense of well being during and after an acupuncture treatment. Compared to an injection from a hypodermic needle the sensation of an acupuncture needle is negliable.If there is any discomfort at all, it’s usually mild and temporary.
+ What can acupuncture treat?
Because acupuncture is part of a comprehensive system of health care (Traditional East Asian Medicine), it can help almost any problem to some degree. That’s because it works by helping you access your own healing energy or your ‘inner pharmacy’.
Acupuncture is used by itself or often alongside other therapies to increase the overall efficacy of treatment, or to reduce undesirable side effects from pharmaceutical medications.
The World Health Organization, research from the National Institutes of Health and other peer reviewed studies, and a growing number of hospitals across the US recognize the efficacy of acupuncture for a wide range of health issues.
• Increased well being
• Chronic pain
• 40.00 Initial visit
• Thereafter payment is by sliding scale. Pay what you can afford.
• Offering is 15.00-40.00/visit.
• This service is not a part of Ybor Restore Yoga unlimited monthly or yearly memberships. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP!
+ Your Acupuncturist Team
Dr. Ashley Heintz is a diplomat of Oriental Medicine, a licensed Acupuncturist in the state of Florida and Nationally Board Certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM.)
She earned her Master’s Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the Florida College of Integrative Medicine.
She has over ten years of experience in Chinese Medicine and has been in private practice in Tampa for over five years. Her treatment philosophy is to educate and empower every patient to realize their body’s own healing potential.
Before beginning her Master’s Program Dr. Heintz had the unique experience of working under Acupuncture Physicians that treated the majority of their patients in only one to four sessions. These mentors, and this exposure to rapid healing and the power of one acupuncture treatment is what ignited her passion for Chinese Medicine and led her to pursue it as a career. Click Here for Dr. Ashley Heintz Website!