It might seem like the hectic rig-a-ma-role of everyday life has no let up and that there is no real time to focus on you. Thankfully, Herbin Acupuncture and Wellness has got that taken care of. Since moving into their Hillcrest location in 2009, Lori Powell and Lara Koljonen have turned the experience of self-healing and improvement into a fun, hip environment. Whether you are looking to find relaxation from a hectic day, need to find a method to stop smoking that actually works, or are celebrating yourself for simply being you, Herbin Acupuncture has your daily dose of wellness. "We wanted to create a community," says Koljonen, who is also a licensed practitioner at Herbin. "Internal beauty on the inside, external beauty on the outside, in an urban environment, all while promoting up-shifting and energizing products."Clients can partake in massage, reiki, and acupuncture for pretty low costs, but a monthly membership is available for $45 a month and gets you three mini-treatments. For those looking to start out, the Herbin Playground complete with zero gravity chairs, tea, iPods, and much more—has a number of programs to help you grow and rebuild your mind, body, and soul. Life is good and Herbin Acupuncture and Wellness just makes it even better.
I am still a needlephobe. But I set aside my concerns to try accupuncture because, to be honest, I was desperate.I have such bad allergies that it causes my inner ear to get wonky and I get bad episodes of vertigo. No, not fun. After going through that for almost a year, I finally broke down and made an appointment. She gave me some suggestions before she even saw me that provided me with some relief, and with regular treatments, I was under control in a couple of months.Living in fear of vertigo is not a life. Thank you Elisa, for giving mine back to me. You are worth every penny and more!!VIA YELP, Diana B.
I've been receiving treatment for neuropathy n(feet). arthritis (knees), and sinusitis and its been a really nice, and helpful experience. Xiao Ling was trained in China and worked here with her late husband, KC Cang, before opening her own practice. She's good at what she does, treats everyone with a friendly and competent manner, and even does housecalls for those who who can't make it to her office. And her prices are more than fair. She works by appointment only, so please give her a call if you would like to experience acupuncture.
Xiao Ling is great. I felt so much better after seeing her. Her prices are very reasonable, and she is very pleasant. It was easy to set up an appointment. I have seen her many times and hope to see her many more.
Professional, compassionate, healing atmosphere... very present healer!