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
For more research information on what acupuncture can treat, see:
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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…]
Announcing an exciting, new monthly event series at Living Room Acupuncture…
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We’re calling it the LRA Wellness Workshop! On the second Monday evening (7:00-8:30 pm) of each month, we welcome you into our Living Room for a community talk on practical topics related to health and wellness — including longevity, meditation, qigong, massage, herbs, cooking, nutrition, exercise, etc. Speakers will be LRA Staff and other invited experts. [click to continue…]
Paul preparing his needles.
On behalf of NAFCON (National Alliance for Filipino Concerns), Living Room Acupuncture has sent one of its own, Paul Wang, on an acupuncture relief mission to Tacloban, Philippines from June 23-28. Tacloban was one of the worst hit cities in last November’s Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda), which took 7,000 to 30,000 lives, according to official government or international NGO estimates, respectively. Additionally, hundreds of thousands of survivors are displaced from adequate home, nutrition and livelihood due to the destruction.
Paul will be living among these impoverished but resilient communities (barangays) and volunteering to treat local residents for pain management, arthritis, digestive issues, acute/chronic asthma, post-traumatic stress disorders, vision problems, etc. He has also been requested to train local medical workers to apply the Balance Method of Dr. Richard Tan. This is the unique system of acupuncture our practitioners offer at Living Room Acupuncture. [click to continue…]
Paul captures Jeremy and Faye at play beside Three Sisters Waterfall.
Last weekend, Paul and Faye went to San Diego and graduated as Certified Bazi Practitioners. They also took a side trip with their colleagues Philip Tan and Jeremy Gilsoul from Aspire Wellness:
Recently, I traveled to San Diego, California, the home of my Shifu 師父 (a term to describe both mentor and father-figure) — world-renown Dr. Richard Tan. My Shifu is responsible for changing many aspects of my life, from my understanding and practice of Acupuncture to my patient treatments. This trip was to complete a years-long study of Bazi (pronounced bah-tze). [click to continue…]