First Time Consultation
90 minutes


On your first visit, we will thoroughly discuss a custom treatment plan based on personal history. Herbal and dietary suggestions can be made on an individual basis, if applicable. from there, each individualized treatment includes acupuncture and related modalities.

Facial Rejuvination
90 minutes


Acupuncture treatment targeting the areas of the face and neck. Twelve weekly appointments are recommended in order to see a significant change in complexion, fine lines and sagging skin.

Return Visit
60 minutes


Follow through of the individualized treatment plan with a session.


Herbal Consultation
45 minutes


 A holistic approach to illness treating the underlying cause of disease rather than just the symptoms. Herbal supplementation can compliment a more traditional Western approach. This service is ideal for those new to herbal supplementation or those with more experience who want to review their herbal protocol.

Senior / Student return Visit
60 minutes


Follow through of treatment plan with an individualized session for ages 65+ or currently enrolled students, with valid student identification.


Bodywork / Facial Treatments
Prices & Times vary

Other Services

Bodywork and facial treatments are also available with other service providers at our healthcare center from massage therapy to reiki.

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There were times before Corrine’s treatments when the pain was so severe I could hardly walk. With her help I’ve been able to stop taking many medications and maintain similar or better results. I can honestly say Corrine has given me a better life. 




A session with Corrine may include treatments such as cupping, gua sha, electro-stimulation or moxibustion. Each session is individually based in order to create a custom experience designed to allow you the maximum amount of relaxation and healing. Here’s some information to help you learn more before for your visit.



In Eastern medicine, cupping is  a therapy in which heated glass cups are applied to the skin along the meridians of the body, creating suction as a way of stimulating the flow of energy.


Gua sha

A healing technique of traditional East Asian medicine, sometimes called coining, spooning or scraping. It is an instrument-assisted, unidirectional pressing of a lubricated area of the body to intentionally create therapeutic petechiae called sha.



This refers to the application of electric current to stimulate bone or muscle tissue for therapeutic purposes, such as the facilitation of muscle activation, as well to encourage muscle strengthening.



A treatment that involves the burning of mugwort, a small, spongy herb, and is applied direct or indirectly, in order to facilitate healing. Its purpose is to strengthen the blood and maintain general health.