We are delighted to announce the addition of Acupuncture to our selection of H-Circle Essential Services, bringing a deeper level of healing to our members and guests. Acupuncturist Caroline Chen, L. Ac. is now a part of the Austin Hiatus family and is available for appointments Tuesday through Saturday, including evening hours. Caroline has practiced Acupuncture for more than ten years including two years at the Tian He Hospital in China. Before studying the ancient Chinese practice, she earned a B.A. in Biochemistry from UT Austin. Yes, this smart young lady is here to treat your ailments.
To celebrate our newest wellness offering, book your initial visit and receive a $15 discount*. In addition, we are offering a limited-time offer to purchase a three-pack of acupuncture services, which includes the initial consultation and acupuncture session, along with two follow-up sessions for $169 (guests) and $149 for H-Circle members; up to a $270 value.
Acupuncture helps restore essential blood circulation to organs and tissues which kickstarts the body’s natural healing and balancing abilities. The experience is often deeply relaxing and results in relief, restored balance and a renewed outlook. Acupuncture is used to treat a variety of issues including chronic pain, allergy symptoms and fatigue, and is often prescribed for weight and stress management.
A forty-five minute Acupuncture treatment is now available to H-Circle members as an Essential Service, after the initial consultation and treatment.
In addition to Acupuncture, Caroline will be offering Fire Cupping, one of the oldest methods of Chinese Medicine, and Auricular Therapy, often referred to as ‘ear reflexology.’
See the entire menu of Traditional Eastern Therapies here. Call to reserve your appointment at 512.362.5777.* To receive $15 off your first service, mention new acupuncture guest offer when calling to book, or enter acu15 in your booking notes online to receive discount. The 3-pack is available online or in the spa. Offers expire December 31, 2013.