Tolley Sink MSOM, L.Ac.
Tolley Sink, is a Licensed Acupuncturist and Chinese Medical Herbalist. She holds a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine (MSOM) with over 3,092 hours of training from Southwest Acupuncture College, located in Boulder, Colorado. Tolley is nationally certified as a Diplomat in Oriental Medicine by the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).
Along with her training in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Tolley offers a unique style of Japanese Acupuncture that combines gentle precise needling, moxa heat therapy, and Shiatsu. Tolley continues to study Traditional East Asian Medicine with internationally renowned teachers. Some of her continuing education includes traveling to Japan to participate in an 8-day seminar with teachers such as Shudo Denmai, and Takahiro Funamizu, and studying post-graduate classical herbal medicine with Sharon Weizenbaum (Tolley is a current student in Sharon’s Graduate Mentorship Program). She has also studied in the fields of pediatrics, obstetrics, infertility, and Sotai structural integration movement therapy. In her free time Tolley enjoys yoga, meditation, the outdoors, and time spent with her family.
Tolley Sink’s Services & Treatments
[Licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist]
New Patient Visit w/ Tolley Sink: $150
1 hour consultation and 30 minutes of treatment
This visit is designed for patients that are new to Niwot Natural Medicine that want to see Tolley Sink. Established patients of the clinic do not need to do a new patient consultation w/ Tolley. This session entails a full diagnostic intake and acupuncture treatment with the addition of other therapies such as shiatsu/ body work, cupping, moxa, nutritional advice and an herbal prescription.
Long Return Visit w/ Tolley Sink: $100
30 minute consultation and 30-45 minutes of treatment
For established patients at Niwot Natural Medicine, this is the ideal follow up session with Tolley. It includes a consultation, acupuncture, body work, and any other needed modalities (cupping, Sotai, moxa and/or shiatsu/ bodywork) to optimize health and success with your treatment goals.
Short Acupuncture w/ Tolley Sink: $60
5-10 minute consultation and 20-30 minutes of treatment
For established patients of Niwot Natural Medicine, this is a great option for a time and cost effective tune-up acupuncture only session.
Herbs Only Initial Consultation w/ Tolley Sink: $100
60-minute herbal consultation
For new patients this session includes a detailed intake, consultation, complete personalized Chinese medical diagnosis and custom herbal prescription. Cost of herbs is not included. Requires at least 1-2 follow up appointments.
Herbs-Only Follow-Up Visit w/ Tolley Sink: $50
20-30 Minute Consultation
Includes consultation, re-assessment and refining the herbal prescription
Children (12 and under)
New Patient Visit w/ Tolley: $100
30 Minute consultation w/ 20-30 minutes of treatment
This visit is designed for children 12 and under who are new patients at Niwot Natural Medicine seeking treatment with Tolley Sink. Acupuncture and Chinese medicine is one of the safest, gentlest and effective therapies for a pediatric case. Tolley will not always use needles (or pins) during a session. Treatment may include shonishin (a Japanese acupressure technique), pediatric tui na (bodywork), and nutritional or herbal recommendations.
Return Child Visit w/ Tolley: $50
5-10 minute consultation w/ 20-30 minutes of treatment
Every treatment is customized to your child for that day and presentation.
Sliding Scale - (Suggested $15-$40). Minimum $30 if using a credit card!
All are welcome! You do not need to be a current patient at Niwot Natural Medicine.
Feel free to walk in for a quick 30-minute acupuncture session w/ Tolley Sink or Kat Dunbar in a community style setting. Community acupuncture is practiced in a group, rather than one-on-one, setting. You will consult quietly with Tolley or Kat, and then receive an individualized treatment. Don’t worry! You won’t be baring much skin. The treatments are primarily on the front of the body and mainly on distal points (legs, arms, hands, feet, ears, etc.). You will zone out and relax in a nice comfy chair for 20-30 minutes. This is the way that acupuncture is traditionally done in Asia. The idea is to make acupuncture as accessible as possible. This is also an affordable way to receive treatment on a more consistent and frequent basis. With regular treatments, you get results!