Facial Rejuvenation 

Acupuncture diagnosis involves understanding the patient’s individual pattern of disharmony, and then determine the appropriate point prescription and adjunct therapies to help the body heal itself. This treatment normally consists of the insertion of about 5-10 (sterilized, single-use, hair-thin) needles.  The needle insertion is normally painless. The patient relaxes for about 30-40 minutes with the needles in. Patients often fall asleep during this time.
The patient may receive some lifestyle recommendations.  The number of additional treatments depends on the condition and the health of the patient.  Acupuncture is a therapy and can take 3 treatments to feel a big difference in your condition.  The more serious the condition, the longer it takes to successfully heal.

Stress Rescue Treatments

The needles are very fine, sterile, individually packaged and single used.  
After the treatment they are disposed of in a bio-hazard container, not to be used again.

​Take time out of your busy life to nurture yourself with a stress rescue treatment.  This 30 minute treatment creates a deep state of relaxation which can replenish your body’s resources.  You will leave the clinic relaxed, renewed and better prepared to meet the demands of today’s world.​

Dafney is certified in this modern technique, which improves muscle tone and dermal contraction, increases collagen production and blood circulation, and eliminates fine lines, helping you achieve a healthy glow. Cosmetic Facial Acupuncture works by treating the internal cause of disease and aging, with special emphasis on  rejuvenating and revitalizing the face.  While not a replacement for surgery, it is an excellent alternative that can take years off one's face – safely and naturally, while improving the patient's overall health.



Acupuncture treatments are individualized and integrative.  They take into account all aspects of a person’s being, inside and out, including lifestyle factors such as diet, exercise, stress, work and relationships.
After an extensive intake of patient history and symptoms, pulse taking and observation of the tongue,  the acupuncturist devises an individualized  treatment.