Opening Hours

Tues-Thurs 9-5

MaryAnne Bachia works with Chinese Classical Acupuncture

Hi! I’m MaryAnne Bachia!

I am an Acupuncturist, Herbalist, Medical Intuitive, Aromatherapist and Educator of Chinese Medicine and how it effects your body and your mind.  

As a result of my work, people: 

  • Develop an understanding of their physical health and how their emotional/mental health contributes to it, 
  • Gain education about what they can do to make the improvements they need,
  • Gain support as they empower themselves to change lifestyle habits that drag on their energy and create stress
  • Create new habits from the bottom up to prevent illness and slow down aging
  • Discover their life energy or qi and tune into a new level of health and well being
  • Enjoy improved vitality and peace of mind
  • Positively appreciate their journey while developing new tools for change.

I am looking for patients who, to dive deep, to explore the roots of their health challenges, and to take action to transform their health and well being.

Is that you?

Nothing is more constant to the world than change. Lately, we have all been experiencing this on many levels. We are all going through changes, whether they are great or small, flexibility is a key to moving through these changes with grace, health and a positive attitude.

This is where Chinese Medicine comes in.

Acupuncture is the most recognized part of Chinese Medicine.

There are many aspects of Chinese Medicine. You may know, acupuncture is useful for pain relief. What you may not know is that, in Chinese Medicine, stress and anxiety are considered painful conditions!

Chinese herbs are becoming more popular. Chinese Herbs have deep healing qualities, deeper than Western herbs. Many Chinese herbs are roots, like Ginseng. The root of the plant reaches the root of the healing. 

Chinese Medicine addresses tension, from internal, physical conditions and external responses to everyday life. Stress effects your physical and emotional, body. Your immunity, your hormones, your metabolism, your digestion, are all effected. Your endorphins contribute to your happiness and sense of well being. Stress triggers cortisol. It also, plays an important part in weight loss. Chinese medicine addresses these imbalances. Your body relaxes. Your health expands.

Relaxation from acupuncture builds with weekly treatments. Your body builds strength, balance and flexibility. These qualities help you maintain comfort and peace of mind though stressful times. When you relax, you open creatively, with insight and imagination unfolding, adding perspective and wisdom to everyday stress. As your mind relaxes, your ideas unfold, your thoughts change, you are in touch with a deeper truth within yourself. This helps you change your mind, which is the first step to changing your life.

About MaryAnne

MaryAnne is a licensed and Board certified acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist, a writer, and an artist. MaryAnne has worked with the principles of natural medicine since the age of 14. This began her education in the use of natural remedies and self healing with diet, lifestyle and meditation.

MaryAnne’s strength is her intuitive, diagnostic skill and her translation of Chinese Medicine theories to easy to understand language. This combined with her study of Chinese Pulse diagnosis has given her valuable tools in her ability to work with patients using Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs, Oils, Gems and Energy Healing.

MaryAnne’s Acupuncture degree is from Mercy College in New York. The curriculum included an extensive education in Western Sciences and more than 1800 hours of clinical time in hospitals in the New York City area.

In addition to her education at Mercy College, in New York, MaryAnne has studied with leading instructors in the world of Acupuncture, Chinese herbs, fertility, women’s health, chronic degenerative disease and pain relief both in the US and Internationally, in China and Thailand. 

MaryAnne has studied, extensively with Dr Jeffrey Yuen. He is an 88th generation Daoist priest, meaning, his lineage goes back to a time before the written word. The principles of Chinese Medicine, have been passed down, orally, for 88 generations. The opportunity to study with Dr. Yuen, has been the cornerstone of her practice.

With Dr. Yuen, MaryAnne studied Advanced Acupuncture, Herbs, Chinese medical history and Shamanism, Daoism, pulse diagnosis, treatment of various medical conditions, including cancer, diet, the use of essential oils, using them medicinally and the use of gems in Chinese Medicine.

MaryAnne is a licensed acupuncturist in California, where acupuncturists are primary care providers. The ability to practice Chinese Medicine, in many areas of the country, has allowed MaryAnne to work with a wide variety of people. MaryAnne has had a thriving practice in La Quinta, California and Santa Barbara as well as New York City and presently in Boulder, Colorado.

When she is not empowering women with her work, MaryAnne enjoys creative time, travel, painting, music, dancing and hiking in the majestic mountains of Colorado. On the weekends she enjoys hanging out with my husband and friends, savoring delicious food and exploring new places.

Extended Studies

Jeffrey Yuen – 2003 to present -studied Advanced Acupuncture, Herbs, Chinese medical history and Shamanism, Daoism, pulse diagnosis, treatment of various medical conditions, including cancer, diet, the use of essential oils, using them medicinally and the use of gems in Chinese Medicine.

Jimmy Chang – 2005 to present – Chinese Herbs for: Pain relief, stress relief, allergies, hepatic dysfunction, women’s health, skin conditions and various other issues

Jill Blakeway – author of Making Babies, 1999-2003. Acupuncture, Chinese herbs, Womens’ studies

Ray Rubio -2010 Male and Female Fertility with Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs

Brandon Horne and Wendy Wu – 2010 Ovarian Reserve and Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs

Acupuncture Licensing

California license # 10739

New York license # 002703

Colorado license # 1524

Professional Affiliations:
National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
American Acupuncture Council