Community acupuncture treatments take place in a peaceful, relaxing group healing room. You will be treated in a comfortable reclining chair. We use points on the arms, legs, head, and ears to treat the whole body. It’s not necessary to undress, just roll up your pants to the knee and sleeves to the elbow.
Community acupuncture treatments aren’t just affordable and convenient; our group healing space is designed to maximize deep relaxation during every visit. Comfy chairs, weighted blankets, quiet music, and the presence of others resting create a uniquely comforting experience. Try it and see why we’ve given over 50,000 treatments since 2010.
Private Room Acupuncture
Full-body acupuncture in a private treatment room. Treatments may include cupping, gua sha, and massage as needed.
While we are not in-network, we can provide you a receipt to submit for reimbursement if acupuncture is covered by your insurance plan.
Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture
Facial acupuncture stimulates the formation of collagen and elastin, tightens skin, and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Facial cupping, gua sha, and ice globe massage are included to reduce puffiness, relax facial muscles, and leave you with a radiant, healthy glow. Treatment also includes body points to support your overall well-being.
What is acupuncture used for?
Acupuncture helps shift your nervous system out of fight-or-flight and into rest-and-repair mode. This is a deeply relaxed, healing state that reduces inflammation, relieves tension, and improves circulation. Many people fall asleep during treatment and wake feeling refreshed.
Acupuncture can be a tool in your toolbox for:
- Relieving stress and tension
- Managing anxiety and depression
- Improving sleep
- Hormonal conditions including PMS and menopause
- Managing autoimmune conditions
- Healing from injuries and surgery
- Seasonal allergies
- Migraines and tension headaches
- Managing chronic pain
Meet Your Acupuncturist
Leyna Jensen, L.Ac.
Leyna has been a licensed acupuncturist since 2007. She earned her Master’s of Science degree from NY College of Health Professions in Syosset, NY. She founded Corvallis Community Acupuncture in 2010 to make acupuncture affordable and accessible. Leyna has received continuing education in trauma-informed care, chronic pain care, transgender, gender non-conforming and LGBTQIA+ care, women’s reproductive health care, and facial rejuvenation acupuncture.
“I have been coming to Corvallis Community Acupuncture for at least 10 years and consider it to be an invaluable practice for my physical and mental health. I was treated through both of my pregnancies and have found regular treatments paramount for restoring hormonal balance, stress management, sleep, pain management and general well being. Leyna is wonderful and the acupuncture treatments are simply magic!”
– Diana R.
“Leyna is hands down amazing! Her services have been life changing through my medical flare up.”
– Ana L.
“Leyna is terrific! Over the past year, she’s helped so much to ease the side effects from my chemotherapy and other cancer treatments. Her very affordable prices make it possible for me to get acupuncture as often as I need it.”
– Deanne B.
“Leyna, the owner and acupuncturist, is so amazing. Not only is she great at what she does, but she is also a kind human being that genuinely wants to help people. I went there for quite a while with chronic migraines, and she helped to release some of that pain and help me to relax.”
– Karla K.
“I highly recommend Corvallis Community Acupuncture! I love not having to wait weeks to get in, and have always been extremely pleased with the results I get. Leyna is very professional, the atmosphere is great, as are the prices! I have been coming here for several years, and will continue to do so!”
– Kim V.
“My appointment is always on time, the office is immaculate, and Leyna takes the time to listen to each patient to best address their issues. Treatment significantly reduces the pain I have with tendonitis and arthritis. This is a treatment that I look forward to.”
– Jim K.