A Bit About Ashley

Ashley found a love for cosmetic acupuncture and is excited to share this natural option for youthfulness, health and beauty with her clients. She trained at the number one ranked acupuncture and Chinese medicine college in the nation. She focused on treating pain, while also helping clients look their best. Acupuncture has the ability to help with appearance, while also treating the root. So not only do you look better, but you start feeling better in the process. Ashley also enjoys treating with a style that is quick, uses few needles, and often offers instant pain relief. She looks forward to sharing the art of acupuncture with her clients.

Ashley is also an advanced massage therapist, practicing since 2009. She has a calming presence and an intuitive touch that allows her to apply the right amount of pressure to find the exact areas of concern. Her massage style can be described as flowing, intuitive, and relaxing while still working deep into the muscles when needed. She currently provides techniques such as cupping, gua sha, acupressure, reflexology, Lomi Lomi, hot stones, Tuina, Shiatsu, and much more. 

Ashley has passions for art, healing arts, and creating a peaceful environment for her clients. She grew up with a love of art, and although she has a degree in photography, she currently enjoys painting with encaustics. Painting with wax requires great attention to the details of heat and texture. She finds creating artwork to be a form of meditation and can spend many hours in her studio without a pause. In a similar way she has found acupuncture and massage therapy to be as calming and meditative for her as it is for her clients.


A Bit About Rajesh

Rajesh has studied the work of many brilliant minds. He has traveled to India, Nepal, Mexico and Columbia in this journey to learn about overcoming the challenges of life.

Rajesh has the ability to help others see their own disbelief and self-sabotage.  Why is that important? Most of the “failures” that a person experiences are because of their own thoughts and beliefs.  The problem is that it is not always easy to figure out what the thoughts are.

Most thoughts are so deeply ingrained in the person that they can not recognize it as a problem.  It is only when the problem is extracted and presented in a way that the person can actually start seeing the limitation they can become aware of the behavior that has been occurring that has been limiting them in their life.