Acupuncture for the 99%
Located in the Mount Baker Neighborhood of Seattle
2109 31st Ave S.
Communichi was founded in 2007, Washington state’s first community acupuncture clinic. Following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the clinic reopened with enhanced public safety protocols and modified scheduling in order to ensure social distancing. I only see one person in a room at a time, with the exception of people who are part of the same quarantine bubble. Masks are worn by everyone at all times. Please stay home if you are sick with symptoms of cold, fever, sore throat, cough, sneezing, etc. To learn more about COVID precautions and acupuncture, visit. Non-vented face masks must be worn at all times inside the clinic.
About the Founder
Jordan (he/him) graduated from Bowdoin College in 1981 with a BA in Psychology. In 1997 he completed his Masters in Acupuncture from the Northwest Institute of Acupuncture, obtaining his Washington state license (#432) in 1998.
What Is Different About CommuniChi?
I treat in a quiet and comfortable space, offering high quality acupuncture on a sliding scale. I have been in practice almost 25 years and am humbled and grateful to have the opportunity to serve the community.
CommuniChi offers a sliding scale ($25 to $75) You decide what to pay in this range. I accept payment in check, cash, or if you wish to pay with a credit card, please click on the donate button.
CommuniChi is a social business. By paying at the highest level you are able to afford, together we can help fight racial and economic inequality by enabling me to serve a wider community. Thank you for your patronage!
- To provide high quality acupuncture therapy >Learn about acupuncture
- To promote health care reform through affordable fees. CommuniChi's sliding scale allows patients to receive treatment for as little as $25. >More about our sliding scale
- To build community by creating a treatment space that connects people to the powerful life energy (Chi, pronounced Chee) uniquely available in a group healing environment. >More about the community acupuncture treatment model