Thanks for visiting Living Room Acupuncture!
Enjoy our comfortable community space where you can rest easy and be well. We are the first clinic to specialize in offering low-cost, high-quality acupuncture to patients in San Jose and the San Francisco South Bay Area. Our skillful acupuncturists practice the Balance Method — a system of acupuncture offering immediate results — developed by Dr. Richard Tan.
Conveniently access effective treatments, affordable acupuncture and natural healthcare. Please browse through our website for more information. If you’re ready, feel free to check our schedule and book an appointment. The many benefits of acupuncture include helping you to:
- Relieve tension, pain, arthritis
- Lower stress, anxiety, depression
- Increase focus, energy, vitality
- Strengthen immunity to colds
- Boost reproductive fertility
- Fall and stay asleep better
- Treat acne, eczema, psoriasis
- Improve digestive function
- Control high blood pressure
- Balance hormones naturally
- Reduce allergies and asthma
- Maximize overall well-being
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Therapeutic massage is now available at LRA on Mondays and Wednesdays 4-8 pm! Feel free to book online now.
A focused 30-minute session with our certified therapist from Bay Area Manual Therapy Center (BAMTC), can be added before or after your appointment to enhance your acupuncture treatment. The neuromuscular massage is customized for each individual using precision bodywork to increase circulation, reduce pain, increase flexibility, upgrade performance and promote wellness.
The 30-minute massage therapy treatments are on a sliding scale of $25-45. All LRA clients receive a complimentary structural assessment ($125 value). Please call BAMTC (408) 930-7170 or email email@example.com for more information or book a session online.
Massage Therapist Bio
Catherine Nguyen is a Certified Neuromuscular Massage Therapist, health educator and owner of Bay Area Manual Therapy Center. She attended the National Holistic Institute, College of Massage Therapy in San Jose and has logged over 2000 hours of training in various therapies including craniosacral therapy, lymphatic drainage, somatic education, Thai massage and professional sports massage. In her practice, Catherine is focused on using the most up-to-date chronic pain therapies and performance enhancement techniques, which aim to improve everyday movement and function for a diverse clientele in the Bay Area.
New Patients: Get our Two For One Special in February! Don’t worry… You guys don’t have to be a couple. If it’s your first time at Living Room Acupuncture, bring another newbie with you. Pay just $20 each. Please share this special offer of a $120 value for $40!
To make things more convenient and integrated with your scheduling, records and payments at LRA, we’ve migrated from Appointy over to the MindBody system. Inevitably, there is a learning curve with all changes, so please bear with us. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions or problems that come up.
Here’s the link to book online:
Living Room Acupuncture | MindBody
Note that the system will ask to store your credit card. That allows you to pay online.
We highly encourage smartphone users to download the MindBody Connect app.
Click image for printable flyer.
We love teachers! They do so much for us and are often under-appreciated. So during this Thanksgiving and Holiday season we want to express our gratitude by offering them a special discount.
From December 1 to 31, show us your ID as a teacher, principal or school staff and get an initial consultation and acupuncture treatment for $18 ($60 Value)! Feel free to print out the flyer as a gift to any teacher you know.
Please note that this offer is available to new patients only.
On November 8 — the one-year anniversary of Super Typhoon Haiyan — LRA Co-Founder, Paul Wang, was invited to speak at Stanford University. He shared his experience treating the survivors of the calamity. You can read more about his work here. Cara Liu from Channel 2 KTVU News also interviewed him as part of her report (video below). [click to continue…]