Allie Dodge is a licensed Five-Element Acupuncturist and Mind-Body Medicine Practitioner in Boulder County, Colorado. She specializes in assisting people to successfully cope with and manage the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual manifestations of stress and life transitions (e.g. chronic pain, digestion issues, depression, anxiety, insomnia, low self-esteem and self-worth). She is also interested in working with people who desire personal growth, well-being, and health maintenance and prevention.
Allie’s vision as an acupuncturist and mind-body medicine practitioner is for people to build their inner strength and vitality, move toward their full potential, embrace life, and live in balance and harmony within themselves, their community, and the environment.
The mission of Allie Dodge Acupuncture is to:
- provide a supportive and safe healing environment
- listen carefully to your health concerns
- partner with you to improve your well-being
- treat the whole person – body, mind, and spirit
- address the root cause of symptoms
- restore balance and harmony so that the body can heal itself
- help you cope with and successfully manage disease
Allie Dodge has a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Michigan and a Masters Degree in Classical Five-Element Acupuncture from the Institute of Taoist Education and Acupuncture (ITEA) in Louisville, CO. She has had a private practice in Boulder County since September 2008 and currently sees clients at Pachamama Farm & Wellness in Longmont, CO.
In order to maximize equitable and sustainable access to health care and wellness services, Allie Dodge Acupuncture offers 25% off the initial consultation for people who identify as BIPOC. Allie Dodge Acupuncture also offers a sliding scale for treatment sessions for BIPOC, as well as anyone suffering from financial instability.