COVID-19 Update

Amaluna is open for in-person care with additional safety measures and precautions in place. Face coverings are required in the office.

New Patients, Please Read:

For acupuncture: Please book a minimum of 3 follow up sessions within 3 weeks of your initial appointment to ensure you can get in. You can cancel these online if you decide not to continue care.

Cancellations: 48 hours notice is required for all cancellations to avoid being charged for the cost of the appointment.

WAITLIST: Add yourself to the waitlist and we will email you with sooner openings.

Services & Rates  

The rates listed are for non-insurance patients and do not include package options.

◊ Acupuncture New Patient Initial Exam + Treatment 90-min (includes in-depth treatment plan PDF with diet, herb, supplement recommendations)  $175
◊ Acupuncture Established Patient 60-min $110
◊ Acupuncture Established Patient 90-min with cupping $145
◊ Facial Rejuvenation Cosmetic Acupuncture $150
◊ Functional Medicine New Patient Consult // Zoom or in-person (includes 30-min follow up to review treatment plan). $375
◊ Functional Medicine Follow Up 60-min/30-min $195/$95
◊ Microneedling Single Session $300
◊ Cupping Add-on or Celluma Light Therapy Add-on $20
◊ Infrared Sauna Session $20-35
◊ B12 Shot or Lipolean $20-30
◊ Homeopathic Injection Add-on $20

Package Pricing

Package pricing available
Please inquire at your first appointment. Packages of 6 and 10 sessions are available which brings down the cost of each session.


Amaluna Wellness accepts insurance for certain plans with acupuncture benefits.

We do not bill for any Cigna, Anthem or blue cross/blue shield insurance plans.

Please send your insurance information ahead of your appointment so that we may check your benefits. More details on using Insurance for Acupuncture.

Functional Medicine consults are not covered by insurance.

Gift Cards

Gift cards available for significant others, family, friends, coworkers.

Amaluna Office Dog

Please let us know if you have dog allergies or fears. Dr Caite’s dog is sometimes at the Boulder office, sleeping in the waiting area.