Acupuncture In Littleton, CO

Serving Denver Metro Area

Rebecca Pearson, LAc., LMT.

Rebecca Pearson is dedicated to the health and wellness of the mountain community.

Rebecca offers a comprehensive array of therapies including

Rebecca works together with her clients to help them achieve the highest level of health and wellness possible. To accomplish this goal, she considers the overall health, diet and lifestyle of the individual. She looks for imbalances and energy blockages which if left untreated, can lead to more serious health problems. Once the imbalances have been identified, she suggests a course of treatment to bring the client’s body back into balance. This promotes an environment which allows the client’s body to heal itself as nature intended with little to none of the undesirable side effects often associated with traditional drug therapies. Achieving better health through natural balance is her ultimate goal.

Consultations are confidential and by appointment only.

Call (720) 271-5113 or click here to set up a confidential appointment today.


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