Abundant-Chi* Community Acupuncture Center

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Deah Kinion, L. Ac.

604 - 2nd St. SW., Rochester, MN 55902

(507) 990-3299

info@abundant-chi.com

 

Get healthy!

Get acupuncture!

Try it, you'll like it!!

Details about

Deah and Melissa on FAQ page.

Rochester's first & only Community Acupuncture Center!

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Happy Winter!
May you enjoy health,
 abundance, & community!

HOURS OPEN:

Mon. & Wed. 12 noon - 6 PM

Tues. Fri. & Sat. 9 AM - 12 PM

Thurs. 4 - 7 PM

 

Deah Kinion, and Melissa Schultz, Licensed Acupuncturists
(L. Ac. by MN Board of Medical Practice)


 We provide gentle, safe, effective, and affordable
acupuncture services 
in a community setting at

604 - 2nd St. SW., Rochester, MN

downtown, 3 blocks west of Mayo clinic

All welcome!

       Large space, easy to find! 7 recliners + a table.

closed MAJOR holidays

(Memorial Day weekend, July 4th weekend,
Labor Day weekend,

Thanksgiving weekend, Christmas & New Years)

Preference given to appointments, walk-ins may be possible.

If driving, please look for free street parking.
2 free off-street parking spaces

WEST of our building, enter from 2nd St. Spots marked "Guest Parking" on black-top, immediately next to sidewalk. NO parking behind building.

1st session is $30-$50.
Each treatme
nt after that is $20-50.

You decide what you can pay, based on your needs. 

Cash, checks, or credit cards.

Services are provided in a large, relaxing room,

with 7 recliner chairs available. 

Patients are fully clothed, please wear loose clothing to utilize 

acu-points below the knees & elbows.

Also please refrain from wearing fragrances as they may trigger headaches or respiratory problems in others.

 

You can go to the Forms page, if you like, to print out the

Health Intakes & Consent Form to

bring with you on your 1st visit.

Forms at the center also.

We want YOU to get the healthcare you need to

"FEEL BETTER NOW"
Get acupuncture to restore your health & vitality!

Proud member of POCA Cooperative!

*Chi - pronounced chee, is a Chinese word for vitality, breath, or life force.