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Welcome to Ashley Wren Acupuncture, a medical acupuncture clinic in Santa Monica, CA that specializes in Recovery support. 

Safer at home?  Telemed instead 🙂

Social distancing shouldn’t get in the way of your wellness.  Ashley Wren Acupuncture offers virtual consultations with services such as customized herbal formulas, acupressure recommendations, soft tissue mobilization demonstrations, nutritional counseling, stress reduction techniques, guided meditations, tai chi & qi gong lessons.  We have a confidential and HIPAA-compliant platform.  To learn more about virtual visits, click here.

All in-person services (acupuncture, formulas, cupping, instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization, moxibustion therapy, electro-acupuncture, nutritional consultations, nutritional supplements and lifestyle recommendations) are available to those who meet the screening criteria. 

Important Information about COVID-19 and variants:

We have strict disinfection and safety practices in place.

To learn more about our safety and disinfection policies, please click here.

Please contact the office with any questions or concerns.

Always check with trusted sources for the latest accurate information about novel coronavirus:

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Located within walking distance from UCLA Santa Monica Medical Center and Providence Saint John’s Health Center, we accept many insurances.  Contact us with questions or to have your insurance verified.   

Ashley Lydia Wren (L.Ac., Dipl OM, MATCM, RADT), is a licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist who is earning her clinical hours to become a certified Substance Use Disorder (SUD) counselor.  Ashley’s passion is helping folx on the recovery journey, particularly the LGBTQIA2S+ and BIPOC communities, and she also specializes in working with SUD and co-occurring disorders.

A clinic supervisor and Herbal Medicine teacher for Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Los Angeles, CA since 2014, she was providing acupuncture services for our elders at Wise and Healthy Aging West in Santa Monica prior to the pandemic.  Ashley volunteers as a board member for Peer Action 4 Change, a non-profit organization for mental health advocacy, and believes fiercely in serving those from disenfranchised communities.

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Ashley Wren Acupuncture
1448 15th Street
Suite #201
Santa Monica, CA 90404
(310) 395-3111
Tue
10:30am - 6pm
Thu
10:30am - 6pm
Sat
10:30am - 4pm

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