Acupuncture and Bodywork
Balance Point offers Acupuncture for both chronic and acute conditions in the body. Your session could involve cupping, gua sha, and massage as deemed necessary on a case by case basis based on a symptom patterns and diagnosis.
You are the leader in your healing journey and will be given choices throughout your treatment to ensure that you get the best session for how your currently feeling mind, body and spirit. Treatment is essentially painless and can bring on deep states of relaxation and healing.
Looking forward to working with you.
Balance Point Acupuncture and Wellness has moved to CH Wellness at 715 Canada Avenue. We are pleased to announce that there is free parking at the clinic and NO MOBILITY ISSUES!
Now offering joint wellness sessions with Megan Waddy, medical herbalist. These sessions would include a comprehensive chinese medicine and western herbal consultation, diagnosis and treatment with acupuncture as well as recommendations for herbal treatment, diet therapy, energy work, and lifestyle changes. Please contact for more details on offerings and possibilities.
Its starting to be that time folks! If you have been thinking about self care but haven’t made it a priority now is the time, especially if you have coverage through extended medical. Your current years benefits will be up in December and why not use them instead of let them run out?! Book in soon as this time of the year can get quite busy!
“Balance Point is a unique integrative health clinic in which patient and practitioner are engaged as a collaborative team in order to uncover the root cause of the patient’s “dis-ease” and achieve exceptional, lasting health outcomes"
I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge that I am a visitor here on this traditional territory. The land that I get to live, work and play on is the traditional territory of the Salt Water People, Quw’utsun (Cowichan Tribes).
Formerly born and raised on the traditional territory of Lheidli T’enneh. Lheidli meaning “meaning where two rivers flow together” and T’enneh meaning “the people”, I learned to respect nature and the land that I was blessed to have hold me during my journey.
Living on this beautiful land I now call home I am reminded how grateful I am to breathe the air of the cedar forests, sit and integrate by the ocean side, run along the river paths, and gather food from the soil. I am grateful to be able to have a practice on this land to offer a bit of healing magic to the people. I am also grateful to the land as it holds me on my own healing journey.