Similar to the original Chinese model of traditional Acupuncture clinics, our Community Acupuncture Clinic provides an effective and economically fair solution for those in need of regular weekly treatments.
In contrast to private clinics, the community clinic model creates access and communication between all who participate. The treatments happen in one large room which enables us to synchronize several treatments at once (we do have a separate space for first visit intake/assessments).
Treatments last between 30 to 50 minutes, depending on the patient’s needs. We usually include needle techniques (Chinese and Japanese) as well as adjunctive therapies such as Moxibustion, Cupping, Electro acupuncture and more. When time allows we add bodywork as needed.
Community Acupuncture is a perfect way to let go of daily stresses. We invite you to come and relax, recharge your energies, and enjoy the unique communal atmosphere.
Acupuncture is a great way to maintain your health and prevent disease. For those who need particular health issues addressed, Community Acupuncture is a safe and effective way for the treatment of most acute and/or chronic problems. It can help people with back pain, head aches, fatigue, digestive discomfort, breathing difficulties, joint problems, fertility issues, and more.
To set up an appointment please email us with your info at: firstname.lastname@example.org or (better) fillup the form below:
* for members treatments cost additional 60 shekels per meeting. For not-yet members it is 90 shekels.
About the practitioners:
Naama katz – “I studied in the U.S. for 7 years: Shiatsu Certificate program, B.A. in Eastern philosophies, and M.A. in Acupuncture (specializing in japanese acupuncture.) For 10 years I apprenticed with Kiiko Matsumoto, an internationally renowned Japanese Acupuncturist and Scholar in Boston. I have been treating patients using Shiatsu since 1995, and have been practicing Acupuncture since 2003. The Community Acupuncture model is close to my heart and I am glad for the opportunity to participate in making it happen at studio Naim.”
Adam Gal – Practicing Chinese and Japanese Acupuncture for 6year. Recently came back to Israel after living in Italy.