Welcome to The Community Acupuncture Project — Affordable Healthcare for All.

Our Sliding Scale is $20-$50. Pay what works for you. Open 7 days a week!

Back by popular demand! Experience the power of frequent acupuncture.
Ten-Day Special August 7-22
10 days for $100 is back by popular demand, on sale August 7-22.
Fine print: On sale August 7 through 22, 2016; must begin no later than August 22, 2016. Treatments must be used within ten days of purchase. Special must be paid in full at the first visit. New patients add $10 intake fee. The $15 fee applies to any missed appointments or late cancellations. Limit 1 package per person. Appointments are necessary – please schedule online or in person. Non-transferrable to others, no extensions, and no refunds

We invite all who have been affected by the tragedy in Orlando to our clinic for a quiet place to sit and heal. Ear acupuncture is very effective for treating PTSD, anxiety, stress and grief.
$10 ear acupuncture for trauma
Please share this with your friends, or better yet, bring them with you. We are here for you.
Expires 8/31/16
Ha estado usted en una situacíon traumática últimamente; siente dolor, estrés o ansiedad debido a la tragedia en Orlando? Nosotros podemos ayudarle a recuperar esa paz física y mental con tratamiento de Acupuntura en la oreja ($10.00 solamente por visita) en nuestra clínica que es un lugar donde usted encuentra una atmosfera de tranquilidad y relajacíon que le permitirá sanar de las dolencias que le perturban. En la clínica no hacemos preguntas personales solo las necesarias para atender las necesidades de su cuerpo y ayudamos a que el cuerpo este a tono con su espíritu. Este tratamiento es especial y muy sencillo: solo usamos cinco agujas en cada oreja, se recuesta por una hora en una de las salas de tratamiento comunal y se concentra en relajarse y dejar que la acupuntura trabaje con usted. Hacemos este mensaje extensivo a sus amigos y seres queridos. Por favor comparta esta oferta, o mejor aún, traígalos con usted en su visita. Estamos abiertos 7 días a la semana. Se recomienda hacer cita previa. Expira 8/31/16

August Specials*

* Duwamish River Special
We are celebrating the International Day of the World’s Indigenous People on August 9th, as well as the 10th anniversary of the Duwamish River Festival on August 20th. All month long we are offering $15 treatment for all people associated with the Duwamish Tribe, as well as all people who live in relationship with the Duwamish River including residents of South Park and Georgetown

* Educators and Teachers– Get yourself ready for the school year ahead. $15 treatments for teachers all August

* New Parents (for those with little ones 9 mo. or younger): Come get a break! $15 treatments all month

*Our $10 new patient fee applies to all specials unless otherwise noted. Specials cannot be combined.

Open 7 days a week!

Check out the Bastyr University article about our clinic!

Acupuncture for All: Alumna Leads Community Care Model

Our clinic is located in the heart of the West Seattle junction. You will find upon visiting that there is an amazing healing power in the simplicities of people, needles and stillness.

What is different about our clinic?

We treat in a community setting
Whereas most acupuncturists in the US treat people in individual cubicles, Community Acupuncture takes place in a healing group setting. Patients sit together in comfortable recliners and benefit from the healing energy from one another. This approach is similar to how acupuncture is practiced in China. The community setting allows for more time for treatment, instead of the needles being retained for at most half an hour. Our patients decide for themselves when they feel ”done;” in fact, many people fall asleep and wake feeling refreshed.

One of the largest benefits of a community setting is that it is possible for friends and family members to receive treatment together and many find it comforting as the collective energetic field (group chi) nurtures the entire group.

We practice a blend of acupuncture styles, mostly relying upon ”distal” points in the hands, feet and head to treat problems in other parts of the body. This means that you will not need to disrobe. For points located on the back or on the torso, we advise our patients to wear loose fitting clothing so we can easily gain access to those parts of the body.

We have a sliding scale
Our goal is to offer affordable acupuncture with a sliding scale (from $20-$50) so that our treatment is accessible to more members of the community. We work on the honor system and patients pay what works for them, there is no income verification necessary. Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine have many benefits. In the United States, these healing forms have historically been enjoyed by only a small proportion of the population. Most acupuncturists see one or two patients per hour and charge between $65 and $175 per treatment. They tend to spend a long time talking with each patient, going over medical records, asking many questions. We don’t – and this is a very important difference. In order to make acupuncture affordable for you and still make a living, we streamline our treatments and see multiple patients per hour. Instead of asking lots of questions, we are more problem focused and rely on our diagnostic skills to treat you. This is exactly how acupuncture is traditionally practiced in Asia – many patients per hour and very little talking.

Research in the United States (as well as thousands of years of tradition in Asia) has shown that acupuncture is most effective when it is done frequently and regularly – one treatment per week is the absolute minimum required to make progress on any kind of health issue, and unfortunately, usually all people can afford. Our sliding scale allows you to come as often as necessary to get you well and to help you stay well.

The mission of the Community Acupuncture Project is to provide high quality treatment at affordable rates to as many people as possible, and as often as necessary. This philosophy represents a growing movement in the U.S. called ‘working class acupuncture.’ To read more about this, please visit the website www.pocacoop.com.

Anti Discrimination Philosophy

The practitioners at CAP do not discriminate based on race, age, religion, ability, marital status, sexual orientation, sex, gender identity, height, weight, national origin, language, education, HIV or immigration status. We offer LGBTQ+ competent care. We aim to create a welcoming clinic environment for all members of our communities.