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Sun, Aug 04



Acupuncture Pop-Up

Enjoy a private acupuncture or cupping session from Dr. Matthew Kerr!

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Acupuncture Pop-Up
Acupuncture Pop-Up

Time & Location

Aug 04, 2024, 10:00 AM – Aug 25, 2024, 2:00 PM

Chicago, 4041 N Milwaukee Ave #301, Chicago, IL 60641, USA

About the event

Announcing: Wildlight’s next Practitioner Pop-Up in August!  These quarterly events allow us to introduce different healing professionals & modalities to our community, creating even more opportunities for adventure and exploration of holistic healing and its transformative potential.

We are excited to welcome Dr. Matthew Kerr back to Wildlight!  He will be offering Private Acupuncture treatments and Cupping sessions every Sunday in August from 10am-2pm. Each session includes a consultation to better understand your health needs and craft a personalized treatment.

Available Services:

  • 60 Minute Private Acupuncture Treatment - $90

During your visit, Dr. Kerr will do an evaluation related to your main health concerns. He will ask a range of questions about your personal history that may include: diet + digestive concerns, sleep habits, mental/emotional state, pain issues, along with anything that may be pertinent to your health history.

During your treatment, Dr. Kerr will share the benefits of acupuncture, recommend a treatment plan and explain the process of an acupuncture treatment to help you feel at ease. This is a great opportunity to ask questions.

Your visit includes evaluation + acupuncture  treatment.

Request an Acupuncture Session

  • 30 Minute Cupping Therapy Session - $50

Cupping therapy involves the use of cups to create suction on your skin. This suction stimulates muscle and fascia tissue, increases blood flow, and helps relieve tension. Your practitioner will create a vacuum on your skin with the cups by using a manual pump. Cupping increases circulation and blood flow to the muscle tissue to help facilitate the healing process. It has a detoxifying effect on the body, and is helpful for everything from stiffness and inflammation to increasing circulation, increasing relaxation, and improving overall wellbeing.

Note: Cupping leaves marks; it’s part of the process. They vary in color and size depending on the cups used and placement.  Normally marks disappear in 2-4 days.

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$90 for 60 Minute Acupuncture Treatment

$50 for 30 Minute Cupping Treatment


Pre-Booking + Pre-Payment Required for all Sessions

Please submit this Form to Request an Appointment


Sundays in August | 10am-2pm

August 4th

August 11st

August 18th

August 25th

What is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is an ancient East Asian technique of inserting hair-thin needles into the body, in order to help to improve normal physiology and treat ailments. It is based on the premise that a blockage or disturbance in the flow of the body's life energy, or “qi,” can cause health issues. The needles encourage blood + lymph flow, restore qi, stimulate healing by activating the immune system,  regulate the central nervous system and promote relaxation.  Acupuncture treatments are customized to address the unique conditions of the individual.

What is Cupping?

Cupping Therapy is an ancient healing technique that has been practiced for centuries in China. Cupping therapy is commonly used alongside massage and acupuncture to amplify their therapeutic effects, but is also effective as a standalone treatment.  Cupping uses a cup to pull an area of skin into a suction that decompresses muscles and connective tissue. This promotes blood flow to the compromised area, enhances circulation and helps to increase the body’s own healing processes. Cupping can help with recovery from muscle fatigue, injuries, and other conditions such as digestive complaints, skin issues and respiratory problems.

About Dr. Matthew Kerr:

Dr. Matthew Kerr L.Ac., DACM, Dipl. OM received his doctorate in acupuncture and Chinese medicine from American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and is a graduate of Pacific College of Health and Science with a Masters of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine where he completed over 1000 hours of clinical internship, as well as in-depth studies of biomedicine, herbalism, and Chinese medical theory. He is nationally board certified in acupuncture and Chinese herbalism by the NCCAOM. Matthew received his B.A. in Psychology and a B.F.A. in Drawing and Painting from the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas.

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