Acupuncture at The White Magnolia Day Spa

Signature Acupuncture & Alternative Medicine

Acupuncture

Acupuncture stimulates the body’s natural healing response by utilizing disposable, sterile, hair-thin needles to access Qi (pronounced “Chee” also known as “life force” or “air”). There are over 360 points on the body and each point (“acupoint”) has a specific purpose. The acupoints redirect Qi through the insertion of needles at specific points. This is a chemical-free, safe & effective way to increase the circulation in your body and reduce harmful inflammation.

Cupping

Cupping is the ancient practice in which a heated cup is applied to the skin to create a gentle suction. This suction helps to release any bound fascia that is causing pain, stiffness, toxic build up or limited range of motion. The cupping works by gently pulling the skin up to stimulate the lymphatic system. This brings in fresh oxygen and blood to the site and carries away stagnant or damaged blood to speed up the healing process.

Tui Na Massage

Tui Na massage seeks to harmonize the flow of Qi through massage and manual manipulation techniques through the meridians. This therapy allows the body to heal itself by improving circulation, releasing bound tension and easing pain.

Our Signature Acupuncture and Alternative Medicine Session with Holly will be customized to benefit your individual needs. Whether you experience Acupuncture, Cupping, Tui Na Massage, or a combination of the three, you will enhance your journey to health and refine your mind, body and soul in a truly unique way.

*By clicking the ‘Book Now’ button below you will be redirected to our online booking service. Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your first session to complete paperwork.

1 Hour Signature Acupuncture & Alternative Medicine Session – $75

Meet Holly Rampone-Gulder, Resident Acupuncturist at The White Magnolia

Holly Rampone-Gulder Acupuncturist | The White Magnolia Day Spa Acupuncture

Holly F. Rampone-Gulder MS. Ac (Master of Science in Acupuncture) L. Ac (Licensed Acupuncturist) Dipl Ac (NCCAOM Nationally Certified)

After struggling with loss and insomnia, Holly’s doctor recommended to her the one solution that she was reluctant to try…pharmaceuticals. However, she was determined to heal her condition without the aid of chemicals, so she sought out Alternative Medicine. After her successful (and on-going) journey towards optimal health, her passion blossomed into a strong desire to help heal and educate others on how to take the reins of their lives to obtain their goals of living happy, healthy and balanced lives.

Holly completed her Master of Science in Acupuncture from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine (CSTCM) in Denver, Colorado in April 2016. Holly is a recipient of the Golden Flower Scholarship Award for Academic Achievement. She is a Licensed Acupuncturist in the State of Colorado. She is certified in Clean Needle Technique and Injection Therapy, CPR/First Aid and received her certification in Acupuncture through the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). She is a member of the Acupuncture Association of Colorado & the American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

Holly received training in other modalities like: Tui Na Massage, Moxibustion, Cupping, TDP/Infrared Light Therapy, Guasha, Bloodletting, Electro-Stimulation, Lifestyle/Nutrition Counseling, and Auricular Therapy to name a few.

Holly also has her Bachelor of Science in Psychology obtained from Colorado State University (CSU) in December, 2010. Holly spent a year interning at Mountain Crest (an In-Patient Behavioral Institute), where she worked on the adult & adolescent wards. She also has earned a Hospitality Certificate from Front Range Community College. Holly’s ecelectic background in Hospitality/Culinary, Psychology and Oriental Medicine add to her ability to be an effective and well-rounded practitioner. None of her licenses or certifications have ever been revoked.

Since having a premature daughter, Holly has been an active parent-volunteer at Poudre Valley Hospital’s (PVH) Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). The current NICU at PVH had it’s grand opening of their brand new NICU on April 21st, 2016! Holly also donates her services and teaches a class on “Recovering from Addiction with Acupuncture” at Harvest Farm through the Denver Rescue Mission. Holly enjoys being outdoors, crafting and spending time with her family!

Holly is the Founder, Owner and Clinic Practitioner of Alchemi Acupuncture. She has a special interest in treating pain and challenging health conditions. She hopes to volunteer at the VA as well as globally through Acupuncturists Without Borders to assist when world tragedies happen.

**This clinic complies with the rules and regulations promulgated by the Colorado Department of Health, including the proper cleaning and sterilization of needles and the sanitation of acupuncture offices. Only single-use, disposable, factory-sterilized needles are utilized.