Austin acupuncturist, Claudia Voyles brings compassion and humor to her work. She treats a wide range of acute and chronic conditions, choosing tools appropriate to each individual's needs and preferences.
Trained primarily in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Claudia often employs Richard Tan's "Balance Method", as well as Jin Shin Do, an acupressure technique. Claudia teaches Qi Gong by appointment.
Claudia believes passionately in making acupuncture and other alternative medicine accessible to the community. Claudia promotes ear acupuncture for behavioral health and trauma ("acudetox") through the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA). She trains other acupuncturists and addiction and mental health providers in NADA-style treatment methods and has published numerous articles and essays on the subject. Claudia teaches and supervises interns at Austin's AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine.
Claudia earned a BA in Psychology from Yale University and a Master’s degree from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine with postgraduate studies in China. She earned her Doctorate in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM) at AOMA. She worked as clinician and administrator in the behavioral health field for many years prior to becoming an acupuncturist. Claudia sings with her singer/songwriter, psychologist husband Lee Edwards.
Initial visit $120
Follow up acupuncture $100
Jin Shin Do or Reflexology $110
Herbal Formulas: varies
Facial Rejuvenation: Initial $150/follow up $125
Please provide 24 hour notice of cancellation to avoid charges. (Emergencies excepted.)
Contact: (512) 322.9648, firstname.lastname@example.org
4403 Manchaca Rd, Ste. A, Austin, TX 78745
TX LAc #00503
Oriental medicine offers a model for understanding health as balance:
- Acupuncture and Acupressure: stimulation to restore energetic flow
- Chinese herbal medicine: synergistic combinations to restore internal balance
- Qi Gong: simple movement practices to improve energetic health