I regret that my community acupuncture time slots are currently full-up.
I am unable to start any new patients for community days.
We do have another very good community acupuncture clinic here in Guelph, please go to :
Thanks so much for your interest in acupuncture!
So, what is “community acupuncture” as opposed to “regular” acupuncture?
The aim of community acupuncture is to make acupuncture more accessible and affordable!
Acupuncture works best when you come in at least once a week for a minimum of three to six treatments. The cost can add up really fast, especially if you don’t have coverage through your health insurance or if your coverage is used up for the year.
Community acupuncture is offered in a small group setting instead of a private setting. In this way, the practitioner can offer treatment to more people within a shorter time frame. This also means that you pay less per treatment. If you prefer a private acupuncture session, go here.
Community acupuncture usually involves a slightly different style of treatment, with points on the arms, lower legs and head being used. Please wear clothing that can be rolled up to the knees and elbows to help make your treatment more convenient.(If your treatment requires you to undress, you will be given a private room.)
Bonnie offers community acupuncture on Wednesdays from 12:00 to 5:00 pm.
The sliding fee scale for community acupuncture at Pathways Healing is $20-$40. Whatever you can afford, no questions asked.
Contact Bonnie to reserve your spot today. Appointments are necessary to keep things running smoothly.