Come and experience ancient medicine in community.
Starting the first Sunday of February there will be a community acupuncture clinic from 8:30am-11:30am at the Bolinas Community Center. Walk-ins welcome, no appointment necessary.
My goal is to make the benefits of acupuncture and Chinese medicine accessible and affordable to our community. I offer acupuncture, on a $20-$50 sliding scale. Our patients pay what works for them, no questions asked. At our clinic, you’ll receive acupuncture in a comfortable, open treatment room. Patients relax with needles in, for about 30-45 minutes. Acupuncture is most effective when patients can come in regularly, and I hope this creates that possibility for the residents.
Liliya Danilyan began her journey at a young age when she realized her deep desire to help others feel better. She received her Undergraduate Degree in Sociology from the University of Berkeley then went to receive her First Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She spent 4 years under the guidance and supervision of a variety of specialists in different fields. She especially enjoyed her clinical hours working in the Community Clinic at school and the Women’s Resource Center, as she was able to provide medicine and care to an underserved community of people.
In her free time you can find her enjoying the outdoors either surfing, hiking, biking, or gardening. She enjoys traveling, whether locally backpacking in the mountains or internationally on a tropical beach. An undeniable passion of hers is loving and feeding the sweet animals that exist around her, and of course humans too. She feels most at home in her cozy little home on the edge of the world in the special town of Bolinas, CA.
Liliya Danilyan, LA.c, DACM
Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine 2019, ACTCM
AADP Certified Health Coach, Institute for Integrative Nutrition
B.A in Sociology, University of California, Berkeley