Jennifer Rose Acupuncture

Traditional Chinese Medicine

‘Restoring natural balance and well-being with holistic medicine’

Providing health and wellness support, with focus on the whole person. Creating a therapeutic relationship with compassion, empowering the patient, and honoring the uniqueness of the individual. Promoting optimal health-physically, emotionally, creatively, and spiritually while respecting nature’s innate healing abilities.



Acupuncture involves placing hair thin, sterile needles into specific points along the body’s energy pathways (meridians). This affects the physiological processes of the body and unblocks or redirects the flow of qi (energy) so the body can achieve its natural state of balance. Acupuncture stimulates nerves, muscles, and connective tissue. It aids in the release of endorphins, which are the natural pain fighters in the body. It guides circulation and assists with the body’s natural healing processes to support immune function.

Chinese Herbal Medicine

Chinese Herbal Medicine is different from Western Medicine in that it treats the root cause of an imbalance and not just the symptoms. The herbs are safe and gentle. They can be used as preventative care or treat an array of diseases and conditions. There are thousands of herbs in the Chinese pharmacopia, consisting of plants, minerals and animal products. Herbs are usually combined into formulas containing anywhere from 3 to 20 herbs. These herbal combinations are meticulously designed according to each individual herbal property.



Glass or plastic jars are placed on the body which create a partial vacuum with the use of a flame or suction. This method stimulates circulation and relaxes muscle tension. Cupping is also used to ‘draw out pathogens’ in the case of common cold or flu. The cups can remain on the skin stationary or be moved around. ‘Flash cupping’ is done for a milder stimulation where the cups are placed and quickly removed.


Moxibustion or Moxa is the burning of an herb called Mugwort or “Ai Ye.” It is used to warm the channels in the body, stimulate the flow of qi and blood, and promote healing. Moxa sticks can be held over specific body points until the area is warm or placed directly on the skin. Moxa has also been successfully used to turn breached babies.

Gua Sha

Gua Sha is a skin rubbing technique that promotes circulation and metabolic function. It allows toxins to come to the surface of the skin to be released.

Nutritional & Herbal Counseling

Meditation & Breathing Techniques


House Calls

IVF Transfer-On Location Support Before & After

Acupuncture aids in blood flow to the reproductive organs and stabilizes hormone levels. This in turn will increase ovarian function in women as well as sperm production in men.

Used as a complementary form of therapy for women undergoing other fertility treatments, acupuncture has been proven to be especially beneficial. Acupuncture can also help with the stress of fertility treatments. In particular, studies have shown that acupuncture definitely increases the rate of pregnancy in women undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF).

A German study was conducted in 2002 with women who underwent the IVF embryo transfer process along with acupuncture treatment and without acupuncture. The study showed that the acupuncture group had a success rate of 42.5% and the group without acupuncture had a 26.3% success rate. Additional research showed that there were less miscarriages and ectopic pregnancies with the acupuncture group.

About Jennifer Rose

Jennifer Rose is a California board certified acupuncturist and practicing clinical Chinese herbalist. She graduated cum laude from Emperors College in Santa Monica with a Masters of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine. She also holds a Bachelors Degree in Psychology from California State University, Northridge.

She treats a wide range of conditions and focuses her practice in pain management, women’s health, digestion, sleep concerns, and emotional balancing. Other clinical experience includes treating patients at the Emperors Clinic and UCLA Arther Ashe Health Center.

Jennifer believes in the importance of patient centered healthcare stemming from her deep empathy and desire to support people where they are with their own process. Her goal is to help facilitate improved health and well-being. She practices holistically taking into account the entire lifestyle of her patients to customize their care.


Jennifer Rose Acupuncture

Jennifer Rose, LAc, MTOM

4882 McGrath Street
Suite 190
Ventura, CA 93003


   31822 Village Center Road
Suite 101
Westlake Village, CA 91361  

Phone: 818.297.8510

Email: info@jenniferroseacupuncture.com

(by appointment)

We service the following areas:

Westlake Village
Thousand Oaks
Newbury Park
Simi Valley
Agoura Hills

Woodland Hills
Conejo Valley
Ventura County

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