Acupuncture has been a part of Chinese medicine for over 2,000 years. We use super thin, sterile, single-use needles that are inserted into acupuncture points in various parts of the body. Chinese medicine - with the use of acupuncture, herbs, and lifestyle - can treat a wide range of health challenges, including pain, inflammation, high blood pressure, stress, anxiety, depression, digestive disorders, insomnia, fatigue, women’s health, including pms, irregular menses, supporting pregnancy, infertility, menopause, and other health issues.
Treasure De La Cruz is a California State Licensed Acupuncturist, Herbalist, and Certified Massage Therapist. She earned a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Human Nutrition and Food Science from Virginia Tech in 1998. She has been a Certified Massage Therapist since 2012, with her degree from SF School of Massage. She blends Swedish, deep tissue, trigger point, shiatsu, craniosacral, moxa and cupping into her massage sessions. She also completed a yoga teacher training with Ana Forrest in
2005 and has taught yoga for over 10 years. She graduated from American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine with a Masters of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine and had been in clinical practice for 6 years.
In Treasure’s life, healing arts are rooted in her own journey to finding health, emotional balance, self-love, and acceptance. Her passion for healing foods, her life-long hobby of herbal medicine, and experience from her own healing from injuries of the body and of the emotional heart guided her to deepen her knowledge so that she can share with you.
Treasure spent over 10 years training in circus arts and has used acupuncture and massage to help recover from numerous injuries. Her training as a yoga teacher and massage therapist has given her a deep understanding for orthopedics and the needs of athletes to function at a high level of performance.
Treasure’s interest in fertility and obstetrics guided her to complete a doula training at Natural Resources in San Francisco. Supporting three births, all different, from natural, to premature and cesarean due to breech position. Acupuncture has been known to help with women’s health in all stages of life and to assist with fertility.
Acupuncture for emotional wellness has been an interest of Treasure’s since going through an emotional divorce. Acupuncture and herbal medicine, as part of self-care, have been key supports in getting through challenging transitions in life.
Treasure believes in whole person wellness. Diet, exercise, sleep, emotional wellness, and stress management all contribute to a person’s health, mental well-being and the care and prevention of disease.