Why Choose Community Acupuncture?
$20-$40 YOU DECIDE WHAT YOU PAY
Whether you have chronic pain, an acute injury, digestive or other organ issues, hormone imbalances, everyday stress or depression and anxiety, acupuncture can help you feel and function better. Community Acupuncture is:
Affordable: Sliding Scale Fees - $20-$40. You decide what you can afford for your treatments, so that you can get as many treatments as you need to reach your health and well being goals.
Effective: Acupuncture is cumulative, meaning the more you get, the stronger the effect! Because you can afford to get the treatments you really need, the acupuncture is very effective and you can truly enjoy the benefits of better health, less pain, and more peace.
Relaxing: When you can enter the space and relax, half the work is already done. All aspects of the clinic have been tailored with each person's relaxation in mind. When you are relaxed, your body has the space and time to begin the natural healing process that acupuncture helps accelerate and stabilize.
Community oriented: It's often easier to try something new with loved ones. Bring your friends, family, co-workers or neighbors. We’re all in this together!
Release, Relax, Unwind
We are planning our Spring Thrive Retreat for Solar Eclipse weekend! Friday April 5th - Monday April 8th. The energies are all supporting healing your relationship with yourself. It's going to be wonderful.
There will be a few yoga classes, a sound bath, a healing workshop, an inspired creative activity (or 2) and lots of opportunity to tune in, listen to the deep inner voice of your true self, and cultivate more loving relationships.
More details coming soon. (You can attend as many activities as you'd like. There will be separate sign ups for each event. *There will be some charge for each event as we will have to pay for the venues and teachers. As always, our focus is on creating opportunities you can afford and are comfortable attending. We want you to heal and thrive).
The goal of the Thrive meetings is to help you take the time, create the practices, and build trust and love with your true authentic self to find more joy and fulfillment in your life.
Bridge Book Group is reading and sharing,
How to Be the Love You Seek, by Nicole Le Pera.
Next book group meeting is Feb 28th at 12:30 at Largo Library.
We will be focusing our discussion on the introduction and Chapter 3 Understanding the Neurobiology of Trauma Bonds.
Melissa Lahmeyer, LCSW, AP is offering counseling services for individuals, couples, and families.
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesdays 9:30-1:30
and Monday evenings at 5:30 or 6:30.
Please text, email or call for these appointments.
60 minutes Sliding Scale $50-$70
90 minutes Sliding Scale $80-$100
DID YOU KNOW?
Community Acupuncture Hours:
7 Days a week
and Wednesdays 6-8.
Appointments are Required.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
You may schedule yourself using the link below or contact us by phone, text, or email.
Private Appointments for acupuncture Wed and Thurs at 10, 11:15, or 12:30 available to schedule online. Sliding scale $50-$70.
*Private appointments for counseling and acupuncture with Melissa still scheduled through Text or email.
As always our goal is to help you relax and receive the most benefit from the services we provide.
Did you know for the price of lunch you can come relax, unwind, and heal for 30 to 45 minutes? Feel refreshed and renewed ready to tackle the rest of your to do list.
Did you know that acupuncture really works? We offer our treatments at a low sliding fee so that you feel comfortable trying acupuncture and can get the acupuncture you need. We know that you will love it and feel better. Regular, frequent acupuncture will make a huge difference in your life.
Did you know that acupuncture doesn't hurt? The needles are as thin as a hair and easily enter the skin. Most people don't feel much, common sensations are warmth, pressure or itching. Many people sleep during treatment.
Did you know that acupuncture can treat anxiety and depression? Regular acupuncture treatment provides much of the same benefits of a regular meditation practice. Reset your adrenal and hormone systems while napping in a quiet room.
$20-$40 Sliding Fee
WHAT YOU PAY
Acupuncture is subtle and cumulative, meaning the more you get, the stronger the effect! Common side effects include: relaxation, decreased stress, and an elevated mood. A typical course of treatment is 6-8 sessions. We want you to be able to experience the full benefits of acupuncture by making it affordable and easy to get a complete treatment course in a short period of time.
Bring your friends, family, co-workers or anyone else you think could benefit from acupuncture. Rest next to each other. Acupuncture helps you feel better and have a better quality of life. We want everyone to experience the healing power of acupuncture.
Melissa Lahmeyer, AP, LCSW
Melissa graduated from The Florida Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2002. She has a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy and a Master's degree in Social Work. She has 2 kids she adores, 18 years apart (11 and 30) and a husband who is a true partner and soul mate. Over the last 20 years, she has practiced acupuncture in several settings, including a private office, massage and wellness spa, gastroenterology medical practice, and community clinic.
Melissa is a skilled technician who pays special attention to each client's needs. Melissa is passionate about making a difference in the world one person at a time. She is open, personable, and down to earth. She never shies away from a deep conversation about the possibilities of mental, emotional, and spiritual subtleties affecting your physical body. But don't worry, if you just need some rest and pain relief, she's got you covered.
Jill Pahl, AP
Jill is board certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and a member of Florida State Oriental Medical Association (FSOMA).
Born and raised in Michigan, she moved to sunny Florida after earning her Bachelor of Arts from Spring Arbor University. The Tampa Bay area has been her home since 2004. She attended and graduated from East West College of Natural Medicine in Sarasota in 2010 where she earned a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine as well as a Bachelor of Professional Health Studies.
Prior to working with Bridge Community Acupuncture, Jill practiced in St Petersburg.
A Pinellas county resident, Jill is a volunteer in the community. She has maintained an active role with a local non profit dog rescue. In addition, she is a regular volunteer with Pinellas County Schools including mentoring students. Jill and her husband Jerry have two incredible kids and two dogs. She loves to travel, read and spend time with family.
Melonie Burgess, AP
Melonie is a Florida Licensed Acupuncture Physician. She has always been interested in medicine and helping people. She was certified as an EMT after college. Her interest in Chinese Medicine came when she visited a close friend who was attending Acupuncture school in New Mexico. She began to understand that there are many ways to heal the body, and too many times Western medicine relies on pharmaceuticals. This led to her pursuit of an education in Traditional Chinese Medicine. She graduated from the East West College of Natural Medicine in Sarasota, Florida, in 2003.
She relocated back to Sarasota Florida, where she co-founded Sarasota Community Acupuncture in 2008. After 10 years of practicing, she sold the clinic and went on the road with her son, traveling the US, for a year. She relocated to Palm Harbor, Florida in 2019.
Melonie has been a long time practitioner of, and advocate for, community style acupuncture. She strongly believes in the accessibility of acupuncture for everyone. After giving birth to her son at home, with a midwife, she developed a special love for treating pregnancy and birth preparation.
Send Us an Email
Tel: 727 401-4212
7850 Ulmerton Road Suite 5
Largo, FL 33771
We are centrally located in Pinellas County, on Ulmerton Rd at Belcher, next to IHOP. There are 2 entrances on the southside of Ulmerton and 1 entrance on the West side of Belcher.