We offer many holistic services in one place and are committed to upholding the highest level of standards of practice in a very individualized way. Our focus is to gently support the healing process naturally through the use of :

  • Acupuncture
  • Chinese Herbal Medicine
  • Chinese Dietary Therapy and Lifestyle Principles

Because we treat holistically the conditions seen are infinite. Here is a list of commonly seen conditions:

  • Aches & Pain
    • Headache/Migraine
    • Arthritis/Tendonitis/Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
    • Multiple Sclerosis/Fibromyalgia
    • Back/Shoulder/Neck/Knee pain
    • Sports/Motor Vehicle Injury
    • Post Surgical pain
  • Women’s Health
    • Menopause: Hot Flashes/Night Sweats
    • PMS symptoms & Menstrual Disorders
    • Uterine Fibroids/Endometriosis
    • Varicose Veins
    • Edema
    • Infertility
    • Pre/Peri/Postnatal Care
  • Men’s Health
    • Prostatitis/Urine Retention/Infertility
  • Children’s Health
    • Cold/Flu
    • Asthma
    • Digestive Complaints
  • Insomnia
  • Anxiety/Depression
  • Digestive Problems
    • Constipation
    • Diarrhea/Crohn’s Disease/IBS
    • Heartburn/Indigestion
  • Kidney Stones/Gall Stones
  • Acne/Eczema/Psoriasis
  • Bell’s Palsy/Post-stroke Recovery
  • Respiratory Disorders
    • Asthma/Shortness of Breath
    • Allergies
    • Cough
    • Chest Pain/Stuffiness
    • Common Colds
  • Smoking Cessation/Drug Detoxification
  • Diabetes
  • Blood Pressure: High or Low

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Mandala Acupuncture is located at Kane Sports and Therapeutic Massage

1317 Court St | Redding CA 96001
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To make an appointment contact Rhiannon at:
530-276-8406 | mandalalac@gmail.com

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Services and Forms

Time of Service Rates:

  • $125 for Initial Acupuncture Consultation (about 30 min or less)
  • $80 for Acupuncture or Herbal Consultation (about one hour)
  • $120 for Acupuncture and Herbs (about 1 hour)

For your first visit please print, fill out the forms and arrive a few minutes early.

Intake, Privacy and Consent Form

Certain conditions are covered by medical insurance. If your insurance covers our service we are happy to directly bill them. If your insurance does not provide coverage we can supply a superbill with all necessary codes in order for you to apply toward health care expenses or redeem from your HSA or FSA.

Mention that you visited the website and you will receive a free consultation ($125 value) for you to see how acupuncture and Chinese medicine can benefit you specifically!

Acupuncture Treatments May Include:

  • Tuina (Chinese medical massage)
  • Acutonics (specific vibration tuning forks applied to your chakras and acupuncture points like acupuncture without needles)
  • Cupping (skin is pulled into cup with vacuum like a massage in reverse)
  • Guasha (gently scraping the skin with a blunt object)
  • Far Infrared (anti-inflammatory circulation promoting, warmth like sunlight without the burn)

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About Rhiannon


Rhiannon started her path as a healer over 15 years ago as a massage therapist. Over the years she deepened and expanded upon her dedication to the practice with the addition of a Master’s degree in Chinese Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture from Bastyr University in Seattle. Much of her experience as an acupuncturist comes from various clinical settings in Seattle, hospital settings in Shang Hai, treating people from the around the world on a European cruise ship and private practice here in California. As a practitioner of Chinese medicine she has treated various ailments including: many different forms and causes of pain, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, sleeping disorders, stress/anxiety, insomnia, menstrual disorders, infertility, bell’s palsy, common colds, many digestive complaints, addictions, etc… Her current practice is similar to family medicine with her youngest patient being 3 years old and the oldest treated at 99 years old.

As an acupuncturist she is both California board licensed as well as nationally certified.

Her passion lies in the health of her patients and, therefore, in her own health. When she is not treating patients, researching conditions and continuing education to better herself as a clinician she exemplifies the importance of self care through organic whole food cooking, yoga practice, hiking in nature, hand spinning and weaving fibers, raising her son, and caring for her goats and garden.

California Acupuncture Certification: 14393
National Certification for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine: 109680