Soola Chenier Acupuncture

Registered Acupuncturist
Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner

I Direct Bill for
Most Major Extended Medical Health Providers

Treatment Information and Fees

My practice includes:
Acupuncture, Acupressure, Cupping, Tui Na Massage, Gua Sha Technique, Diet Therapy, Movement Therapy, Moxibustion, Meditation  
and Qi Gong.

I am continually working to expand my knowledge to serve my clients as effectively and gently as possible.

Do you have questions regarding treatment, fees or direct billing?

Please feel free to e-mail, phone or text me for the answer.
[email protected]

Or send me a message through my Contact page.

I am always happy to hear from you!

Initial Intake Treatment 

-For first time clients-


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This treatment includes reviewing medical history and a conversation about goals and working together. This is followed by a comprehensive treatment which can include acupuncture, acupressure, Tui Na massage and Cupping Therapy. A follow up treatment plan, timeline and post treatment recommendations will be covered before you leave.

60 minute

-For returning clients-


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Subsequent treatments include a brief check-in discussion follow by a full treatment. During this time we will make adjustments where needed based on shifts within your body and overall experience. 

This treatment is operated on a sliding scale basis. Pay what works best for your budget!

60 minute
Cupping with Acupuncture

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New to cupping therapy?
Cupping works through the suction created by negative pressure within the cup. Cupping increases blood circulation, loosens muscles and connective tissue, and clears heat and toxicity from the body.
Cupping helps to draw old or stagnant blood cells, cellular debris, lymphatic fluid, and toxins out of the deeper tissues and up toward the surface, allowing for easier release from the body and improving overall blood circulation to the area.
From a traditional Chinese medicine perspective, cupping opens the meridians (energetic channels) and "releases the exterior" of the body.
A free and harmonious flow of Qi and blood are necessary to support the function of the body's tissues and organs. When that flow is obstructed, and the Qi and blood are stagnant, pain and dysfunction results.
Cupping helps to improve the flow of Qi and blood, allowing for improved overall function and healing.

I include minimal acupuncture with this treatment as a complementary support of the body, mind
and spirit.

90 minute
Extended Acupuncture

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This is a longer treatment for additional relaxation time and a greater opportunity for you to reset. The additional time allows for a more in-depth treatment, including time for further discussion, and ancillary treatments such as Cupping, Tui Na massage and Qi Gong.

New to Tui Na?
Tui Na is a therapeutic form of traditional Chinese medicine massage and refers to a wide range of body work techniques as treatment to address patterns of disharmony in the body.
Tui Na is intended to be both relaxing and invigorating. Traditionally, it is practiced over a sheet or clothing.
Use of rhythmic compression techniques along different meridians (energetic channels) of the body harmonize flow of Qi and establish balance. Applying pressure to meridians, acupoints, groups of muscles and the nervous system, Tui Na moves blockages and supports the natural, flowing, healing energy of the body.

New to Qi Gong?
Qi Gong means “to work with Qi.”
In traditional Chinese medicine, Qi is known as a persons vital Life force energy. Qi Gong is a system of coordinated body-postures, movement, breathing, and meditation used for the purposes of health, spirituality, and martial-arts training.
Qigong uses simple often repetitive movements, poses and breathing patterns to promote a healthy flow of Qi. Proper flow of Qi supports the natural, flowing, healing energy of the body. 

Business Hours 


09:00am – 05:00pm


09:00 am – 01:30pm


09:00 am – 03:00pm


01:30pm – 05:00pm


09:00 am – 05:00pm


09:00 am – 12:00 pm



    Soola Chenier R,Ac. 

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