Community Acupuncture at "It takes a Village" in downtown Duluth is on the 2nd thursday of each month.
Community Acupuncture is a means of providing acupuncture at a more accessible price point to the community.
The group setting is a walk-in setting, first come first serve from 4-7 pm. There is a sliding scale fee of $25-50. Pay as you are able. The treatments are a little less in depth treatment, but it is a great way to experience acupuncture first if you are curious about it, or nervous, or if you have more acute issues you'd like to work on, or would just like a general wellness tune up. Most points used in community acupuncture are what we call "distal points". This means I am using points on your arms and legs to treat almost anything. Because there is no need for undressing, it makes it possible to utilize the group setting.
Group acupuncture also provides a unique experience due to the fact that there are several people relaxing and letting their bodies heal all at once. the collective energy of the room can be very powerful to the healing experience.
Come as you are- dress in loose, comfortable clothing.