2400 Rio Grande Blvd NW Suite E Albuquerque, New Mexico 87104 505-242-2032
We offer acupuncture on a sliding scale $15-45 Wednesday nights from 5:30-7:30 in a group setting. It is best to call ahead and schedule an appointment (505)242-2032.
In the spirit of community, we strive to offer treatments with love and dignity to all who come to us regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, ability or age.
We ask that our patrons refrain from using heavily scented items such as perfumes so that our guests with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities can feel safe and welcome.
We believe that health only benefits from diversity of all types, including linguistic diversity. From time to time we offer Indigenous language classes, and offer our space to groups who are working to learn an endangered language. Call to arrange space rental (505)242-2032. We also offer discounted treatment rates to fluent speakers of endangered languages.
Once per month Dr. Lucero travel to Acoma Pueblo to work with the Diabetes Program and Behavioral Health Programs there. The proceeds from community acupuncture donations go to fund this important work. Find out more at www.nativeacupunctureproject.org
They also offer low or no cost treatments regularly to Native American elders and veterans.
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While we recognize that products, suggestions, recommendations, and anecdotes listed on this site, shared in our blog or on our social media sites, or discussed in person in our store location have been used for generations by Indigenous Peoples all over the world, whose study of medicines and formulas have paved the way for patented medicines and the studies there of; they are not yet, recognized by the FDA and to uphold our agreement with them, we must proclaim, that these medicines, while beneficial and corrective are not claiming to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any specific illness or disease, nor are they appropriate as a complete substitute for professional care or a medical consultation. Please know herbal medicines ARE medicines and there may be interactions with your western pharmaceuticals, please consult your pharmacist or prescribing doctor when deciding to use herbs and natural products. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.