Olanani AcuOasis

Olanani AcuOasis

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2 employees
2 years in business

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Olanani AcuOasis provides traditional acupuncture for pain relief, stress relief, holistic health and well-being, as well as facial rejuvenation acupuncture, massage, cupping, and herbal medicine with affordable rates in a beautiful, community-style clinic.

We believe that beauty is found in a celebration of life and the appreciation of what is natural and authentic to ourselves.  Our work is based on the knowledge that inherent beauty resides in each person as a state of being - reflecting a whole and healthy intersection of mind, body and spirit, connection to self, community and the natural environment. To unleash this potential in each of our patients, we offer affordable and sliding-scale rates for acupuncture to our community for natural, anti-aging and holistic health treatments.  Our treatments are administered in a tranquil, open-space setting, where patients receive support for their own personal health journey, but also benefit from the collective energy of healing.  To see more about ourpractitioners and services, see our website at www.olananiacuoasis.com.

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Kailua, HI 96734
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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

Customers may book either online through our website or by calling the clinic. Each first-time customer receives a free initial consultation to discuss her or his health goals and concerns, a Chinese medicine diagnosis, and a treatment plan. The initial consultation is typically followed by the first treatment during the same visit, which lasts about an hour.


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

Alicia Yang studied acupuncture in Honolulu, Hawai’i from the Institute of Clinical Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. As a childhood cancer survivor Chinese medicine was an integral part of how her family confronted illnesses. Alicia’s background comes through a passion for working with communities for social justice and empowering women survivors of abuse and violence. While studying Chinese medicine in Honolulu, she worked alongside communities for the prevention of domestic violence. Alicia believes in empowering women to their full potential by awakening their self-confidence and internal healing power.  Her interests include facial and cosmetic acupuncture, autoimmune diseases, women’s health, sports orthopedics acupuncture, Chinese nutritional therapy and herbal medicine.  She has trained with Dr. Shi Zhong Xiao, a leading Chinese doctor in Honolulu who began his practice in China in 1966, as well as apprenticed with Joe Bright, founder of Kama'aina Acupuncture in Honolulu, and Whitfield Reaves, a leader and one of the first acupuncturists in the West to establish the field of sports orthopedics acupuncture. In addition, she has received training from two pioneers in the field of cosmetic acupuncture.  Her favorite quote about beauty is that “the most profound beauty is revealed in the balance of nature.”  To balance her own health as well as integrate the knowledge of the role of Qi in Chinese Medicine, Alicia practices Medical Qigong from the teachings of Leon Letoto.  

Alicia holds a B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley, and a M.Ed. from Harvard Graduate School of Education.  She enjoys time in the ocean, music, qigong, and pursuing art in her spare time.

Tai Hawkins studied acupuncture in Honolulu, Hawai'i at the Institute of Clinical Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, where she graduated with a Master’s Degree in Oriental Medicine.  During her final year of school, Tai completed two externships in China at the Guangzhou TCM hospital and Tianjin TCM hospital and also trained with Facial Rejuvenation pioneer Virginia Doran.  Tai has been practicing acupuncture in the state of Hawaii for two years has also been a licensed massage therapist for over fifteen years.  She is certified as a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine by the National Council on Chinese Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.  Her areas of interest include facial acupuncture, musculoskeletal issues, women's health, stress management, and herbal medicine.  Tai graduated with a BA in Cultural and Social Anthropology and a minor in Dance from Stanford University.  She now performs, teaches, and hosts dance workshops throughout the islands.  Born and raised in Kailua, Tai has been shaped by the multitude of lessons the ocean has to offer to us.  One of her favorite sayings about health and beauty comes from a paddling coach who always used to yell from the beach, “feeling good, looking good”; the internal environment is always reflected to the outside world, and in that way, wellness is beauty and vitality.


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

Most of our services are offered at an affordable, sliding scale rate.  Customers are allowed to choose within the scale a price that is affordable to them. Acupuncture for pain relief and stress relief are provided for a rate of $30-$50, while Acupuncture for chronic internal health conditions is provided at a rate of $50-$70. Cupping is offered for $30 as a stand-alone treatment, or $15 as an add-on. We also provide electric-stimulation and gua Shaw for an additional $10. For massage and facial rejuvenation acupuncture and tummy tuck acupuncture, please see our website at www.olananiacuoasis.com.