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Please use our online booking system or email for the quickest response

How to use our online booking system:

1. Select your service category

      Community Acupuncture - shared treatment area with an affordable sliding scale (see below)

      Private Acupuncture - one on one sessions including facial acupuncture and ICBC related appointments

2. Select your type of acupuncture treatment

     Initial, subsequent, or if you would like to add cupping, gua sha, or tui na to your appointment

3. A calendar will appear with available dates for your selected appointment highlighted in bold black, select your preferred date

4. Below the calendar will be the available times highlighted in blue, select your preferred time.

If you receive the message "selected start time is not available, " your appointment needs a longer duration than available. Please select a start time with two or more consecutive available time blocks as follows:

     -initial community acupuncture: two consecutive time blocks

     -subsequent community acupuncture: one-time block

     -community acupuncture with cupping, gua sha, or tui na: two consecutive time blocks

     -initial private acupuncture: four consecutive time blocks and 6 blocks for facial treatment

     -subsequent private acupuncture: three consecutive time blocks and 5 blocks for facial subsequent

     -private acupuncture with cupping, gua sha, or tui na: four consecutive time blocks

5. Enter your name, email, and phone number and click "confirm booking". All done! You should receive an email confirmation shortly.

6. If you are having any issues, please email and we will be happy to help you out. 

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How to Use the Sliding Scale System

It is vital for us at Gathered Roots to keep our prices accessible to everyone in the community and that is why we have a sliding scale system in place. Sliding scale or “pay what you can” is often based on individual income levels, with people of higher incomes paying more. However, many factors complicate and affect our financial status, for example some groups of people have specific costs that do not apply to the population at large and others have access to resources that are not always reflected in their income levels. Please consider both your available resources and earning power when are choosing your share payment. 

Below is a short guide for approaching the question of how much you should pay. Life is complicated, and how much you can afford might be different for each session. This list is not comprehensive, but we hope it will provide a starting point for those who are new to community sliding scale services.

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