We offer community acupuncture at an affordable rate so you can come in as often as you need it.
Lynette got her first acupuncture treatment in 1994. It was a profound experience and catapulted her onto the path of becoming a practitioner of Chinese medicine. As part of her training, Lynette was fortunate to experience an externship in Chengdu, Szechuan, People’s Republic of China. Witnessing this medicine being considered first and used along side western medicine without preferential treatment towards the western methods was eye-opening. It felt like things were in their proper place. Acupuncture and herbs first. Western intervention if needed.
While in Asia she also traveled in Tibet, Mongolia, Viet Nam, and Thailand.
Upon returning to the states, Lynette had a private practice north of San Francisco in Marin County for 11 years.
In 2007, she volunteered with Acupuncture Without Borders and went to New Orleans one year post Katrina. This reinforced her desire to provide acupuncture in a community style setting. When she moved to Boise in 2013 she was able to put that desire into practice. She opened Acupuncture for Everyone in July of 2014 and has never looked back to private practice. She is grateful to be able to serve a wider range of people with a wider range of conditions due to the affordability of her clinic’s business model.
When Lynette is not in clinic, you'll find her with her pups in the hills, studying Italian, playing around with her DSLR camera, or eating in one of the many fine restaurants in Boise's growing foodie scene.