Traditional Chinese Medicine is a complete medical system that includes acupuncture. When working with a TCM practitioner you can expect the provider to use acupuncture, herbs, lifestyle changes, diet, and tai chi and medical qi gong to help your body balance and heal. Acupuncture works! Acupuncture needles stimulate the body causing a biochemical reaction. The needles can also be placed into muscle knots and stimulated to release these knots and give the patient relief. Different points in the body are connected to different nerves, organs, and tissues. Acupuncture is a safe and effective way to treat many conditions. Combined with all aspects of TCM, this way of medicine can lead to a more balanced and happier individual. 


Scared of Needles? Acupuncture needles are single use, surgery grade steel and about the size of a kitten whisker! Our practitioner places the needles so gently that all his patients are surprised how painless and relaxing the treatment is. Auricular acupuncture (ear seeds) is a great option for people who aren’t ready to experience a full body treatment. 

Schedule a free 15 minute consultation if you’d like to discuss your options then decide! 


​We provide our patients with only the best quality herbs.  We use herbs in various forms including raw herbs, tablets, and granules.  We are able to customize herbal formulas to suit your individual needs.  Our herbs are the highest quality available, and have been rigorously tested to ensure their authenticity, potency, and freedom from contaminants.  

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Nutritional Counseling is part of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Erik Hardin, L.Ac is trained in diet and nutrition and will make recommendations as part of your treatment. 


We also offer classes and coaching services to allow you to practice your dietary recommendations. 

Cooking Classes: Public and private classes are available.  

Lindsey Hardin owns and operates Sol Kitchen Project. A service offering wholesome, plant based meals. Check out