Community Acupuncture

Community Acupuncture

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Community Acupuncture

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Community acupuncture is a unique collective healing experience. Your treatment will take place in our studio, on a massage table or zero gravity chair. While other patients are in the same room and being treated at the same time as you are, they are separated by dividers. Calming music and white noise create a tranquil, relaxing atmosphere.

Benefits of Community Acupuncture

Community acupuncture allows more people to access needed treatment by removing cost barriers. Treatment in a group setting is more affordable than private acupuncture sessions, but just as effective. By lowering the cost of treatment, we make it possible for our patients to come in for acupuncture multiple times per week, which often leads to better outcomes.

In China, where acupuncture originated, community acupuncture is the norm. The act of healing as a collective can be quite powerful. Healthcare in our country is rarely rooted in the community; this can create feelings of isolation and lack of support. Community acupuncture seeks to radically change this by allowing participants to forge a deep sense of connection with each other. 

This connection isn’t just a social benefit; it’s spiritual and psychological as well. Time and time again, research shows that having a support network leads to better overall health and decreased stress. Feeling supported matters, particularly when it comes to healing. 

Conditions That Can Be Treated With Community Acupuncture

Community acupuncture is an effective treatment for:

  • Headaches
  • Allergies
  • Colds
  • Stress
  • Digestive issues
  • Menstrual issues
  • Neuropathic conditions
  • Chronic inflammatory conditions
  • Pain
  • Insomnia
  • Skin disorders

The ultimate goal of acupuncture is to bring the body back into balance, as a balanced body is a healthy body. Because of this, acupuncture is also well-suited as a supplemental treatment for a wide range of illnesses and conditions and can be used in conjunction with other therapies.

What to Expect During Community Acupuncture Treatment

We ask that you turn off your phone and avoid speaking loudly out of respect for your fellow participants and acupuncturists. Although you will be sharing space in the healing studio with other patients, your treatment will be individualized and tailored to your specific needs. 

Community acupuncture utilizes acupuncture points on the scalp, arms, and knees to treat conditions affecting other parts of the body, so you’ll remain fully clothed during treatment. During your first session, you will have a private intake to discuss your concerns and medical conditions with your acupuncturist. Please plan on arriving at least 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment in order to complete our new patient paperwork or download these forms, fill them out at home, and bring them with you to your session.

Each session lasts about 20 minutes. Acupuncture treatments are best received when patients are neither too full nor too hungry, so we recommend eating a small meal a few hours prior to your scheduled session. Wear comfortable clothes that you can roll up to your elbows and knees, as these will be the areas where we insert acupuncture needles for treatment.

Community Acupuncture Cost

Community acupuncture at L+A Healing Studio is $30 for each 20-minute session. We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, cash, and FSA and HSA cards for your convenience.

Price List

Initial Private Acupuncture w/ consult (90 minutes): $120

Follow Up Private Acupuncture (60 minutes): $80

Senior/Military/Police/Firefighters: $50


Community Acupuncture: $30

Tuesdays CPD & CFD: Complimentary


Is this your first time at L&A healing Studio? Please download, print, and fill out the above paperwork OR make sure to arrive at least 10 minutes prior to your appointment time.

Be sure to eat a small meal a few hours before your treatment. Our therapies are best received when not overly full or overly hungry.

Dress in comfortable clothing that can easily be rolled up to the elbows and knees.


1. We are a time of service provider
2. Payments are due at time of service

These treatments are held in one of our private rooms allowing for more privacy with our acupuncturist. Private acupuncture is often utilized for more severe health issues or acute pain conditions where access to areas of the body such as back, hips or shoulders is necessary. Additional modalities may be used during private acupuncture, which are not available in our community acupuncture setting. These include electro acupuncture, essential oils, cupping, moxabustion, gua sha, or heat lamp.

Initial visits are more in-depth and cost $90 and follow up visits are $70.

Special Pricing for Seniors/Veterans

***Inquire about packages.
Needles are retained for up to 40 minutes.
During this time of rest and relaxation, you may not get up or walk around with needles inserted.


We accept VISA, Mastercard, american express, discover, and cash.

We do accept FSA and HSA cards at this time.

In the near future we will be accepting specific insurance’s. until then we are more than happy to provide you with a idomized superbill with coding, which you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. 

It is the patients responsibility to verify your insurance benefits. That it covers acupuncture by a licensed acupuncturist.

We are time of service providers. We are a Time of Service provider who requests all payments be made after service.

Insurance FAQs

Questions To Ask When Inquiring About Acupuncture Benefits:

1. Has my deductible been met?
Typically, patients must meet a deductible determined by each individual plan before
insurance can cover all or partial costs of the service.

2. Do I have a copay or coinsurance?
Patients will either have a copay or will be required to pay a percentage of the treatment as dictated by your insurance plan once the deductible has been met.

3. Do I need prior referral or authorization prior to receiving treatment?
Most plans do not need prior authorization or referral before receiving treatment.

4. What diagnosis codes are covered under my plan?
Most insurance plans will only cover acupuncture for certain diagnosis codes or ailments.

5. How many treatments will be covered under my insurance?
Each insurance plan has a different allowed number of treatment visits per year. It will be detailed in your explanation of benefits.

Acupuncture at L+A Healing Studio


Andretti Montalvo DC

Chiropractor | Acupuncturist
Leo Gonzalez, Co-Owner of LA Studio

Leo Gonzalez

Co-Owner | Lead Massage Therapist
Ruth Torres, Licensed Aesthetician

Ruth Torres

Licensed Aesthetician
TOWAYN HEAVEN, acupuncturist

Towayn Heaven

Acupuncturist | LMT