Pricing Information

Pricing already includes HST. Bamboo 72 accepts cash and personal cheque. 

Service Pricing

Initial Consultation

90 minutes

Includes full intake interview
with assessment, diagnosis and treatment


Acupuncture Treatment
(includes nutritional counselling)

60 minutes$60
Acupuncture Treatment 
(includes nutritional counselling)
30 minutes$45

Acutonics Treatment
on its own

40 minutes$50

Nutritional Counselling
on its own

45 minutes$50

Facial Rejuvenation Treatment

for pricing

Ear Seed Application

10 minutes (follow up) 


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Yin-yang theory: a fine balance


Yin and yang represent opposing yet complementary forces that exist throughout the natural world: feast/famine, rain/drought, work/play. In all cases, too much or too little can be harmful; the goal, then, is to maintain a balance between yin and yang throughout all components of life—including health. In TCM, yin-yang theory refers to the balance that must be achieved within the body and mind in order to re-establish wellness.

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