Holistic Zen Acupuncture & Massage

Holistic Zen Acupuncture & Massage

5.0

Holistic Zen Acupuncture & Massage offers a wide variety of services including acupuncture and therapeutic massage customized to each patient providing a unique and deeply relaxing experience each visit. Our peaceful Encinitas office provides the perfect setting as you unwind on a heated treatment table, listen to relaxing music, breathe in soothing aromatherapy and receive a treatment catered to your needs.

Education: Bachelors in Sociology Psychology & Women's Studies (SUNY Geneseo - Geneseo, NY)Holistic Healthcare Practitioner (Boulder College of Massage Therapy- Boulder, CO)
Masters in Traditional Oriental Medicine (Pacific College of Oriental Medicine- San Diego, CA)

Credentials:California State Board Licensed Acupuncturist (License #15892), NCCAOM Diplomate of Acupuncture, CCAOM Clean Needle Technique certification, & Holistic Healthcare Practitioner Certification

Read more


Encinitas, CA 92024
11 years in business
1 employees
Email verified
Phone verified

Services offered

ReviewsWrite a review



There are no reviews yet

Q&A

What is your typical process for working with a new client?

If you are a new patient our initial acupuncture consultation and treatment includes an in-depth explanation of how Chinese medicine works in general, and specifically how it can benefit you. An expansive health history overview and diagnostic questioning will be taken. An acupuncture treatment catered to your needs will be given while you unwind on a heated treatment table, listen to relaxing music and breathe in soothing aromatherapy. Nutritional consultation and lifestyle recommendations are also included as well as an herbal consultation if appropriate. Massage therapy is also available and can be combined with other modalities. Please arrive to your appointment 15 minutes early to fill out new patient paperwork if unable to download or print Your First Visit Forms ahead of time. Payment is due at time of treatment, including co-payments. If applicable, please bring records of any medications and supplements you take and your insurance card. Please make sure you’ve eaten before receiving your treatment.  

Q: How many treatments will I need?

A: That depends on the duration, severity, and nature of your complaint. You may need only a single treatment for an acute condition. A series of 5-10 treatments may resolve many chronic problems. Some degenerative conditions may require many treatments over time. To help reduce the number of treatments, dietary modifications, exercise, relaxation techniques, self-massage, and/or herbal medicines may be recommended. The benefits are cumulative, much like a regular exercise program or healthy diet. The more dedicated you are to regular self-care, the better you will feel and the faster your body will respond.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Education: Bachelors in Sociology Psychology & Women's Studies (SUNY Geneseo - Geneseo, NY)
Holistic Healthcare Practitioner (Boulder College of Massage Therapy- Boulder, CO)
Masters in Traditional Oriental Medicine (Pacific College of Oriental Medicine- San Diego, CA)

Credentials:California State Board Licensed Acupuncturist (License #15892), NCCAOM Diplomate of Acupuncture, CCAOM Clean Needle Technique certification, & Holistic Healthcare Practitioner Certification


Do you have a standard pricing system? If so, please share the details here.

Massage (Office)

60 minutes — $85
75 minutes — $105
90 minutes — $120
3-60 minute massages — $240
3-90 minute massages — $345
6-60 minute massages — $480
6-90 minute massages — $690

Acupuncture (Office)

60 minutes — $85
90 minutes — $120
3-60 minute acupuncture visits — $240
6-60 minute acupuncture visits — $450
8-60 minute acupuncture visits — $560
10-60 minute acupuncture visits — $650
30 minute cupping session — $45

Massage & Acupuncture Combos

Massage & Acupuncture combo 60 minutes — $105
(Insurance Patients pay copay + $50)

Massage & Acupuncture combo 75 minutes — $125
(Insurance Patients pay copay + $60)

Massage & Acupuncture combo 90 minutes — $140
(Insurance Patients pay copay + $70)

Acceptable Forms of Payments

Cash
Check
Visa
Mastercard​
American Express
Discover
Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
​Health Savings Account (HSA)​ ​

You can purchase a single massage visit or package online here: squareup.com/market/holistic-zen-acumassageM


How did you get started?

Kayleen's career is in line with her passions and moral compass and therefore she believes the work she does is heartfelt and meaningful. She loves that her work helps clients find balance and vibrant health within themselves. She personally experienced the power of this medicine after fracturing her femur and recovering twice as fast as the average patient with acupuncture, therapeutic massage, dietary and herbal therapy.


What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a professional in your area of expertise?

Chinese Medicine is not a one size fits all type of medicine. Patients may find the treatment experience is more personal and therefore it is important to find a practitioner that resonates with you.  What makes my practice unique? Typically, acupuncturists see several patients at one time in multiple treatment rooms. I focus on one patient at a time so the patient gets 100% of my attention. I value patient care more than seeing a large volume of patients. I also am in network with Blue Shield, United Healthcare, and Optum plans making the cost of acupuncture more affordable.


What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their needs?

Communicate your needs to your practitioner which might include your physical concerns, apprehension, room temperature, lighting, the pressure used, speed of movement, etc. Your practitioner is a professional dedicated to creating the best experience for you.


Service area