All of our acupuncture practitioners are Nationally NCCAOM certified and Licensed Acupuncturists in the State of Colorado
Jessica Hardy, L.Ac. (licensed acupuncturist)
Jessica couldn’t be more thrilled to be doing community-style acupuncture! After running her own private clinic for 3 years, Jessica had the opportunity to open a Community-style acupuncture clinic. Jessica jumped on that opportunity because she knows the group healing energy and the affordability of this model is how she wanted to practice Traditional Chinese Medicine. Every day at Meeting Point Community Acupuncture Clinic, Jessica is thankful to be treating so many people with a wide variety of health issues who might not have been able to afford acupuncture otherwise.
When not working at the clinic, Jessica might be running, mountain biking, telemark skiing, taking her pups for a walk or run or possibly looking for the next adventure.
Jessica has a Master of Science degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine. She studied at Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Denver and the International School of Oriental Medicine in Beijing, China. She is licensed in the state of Colorado and is nationally certified as a Diplomat in Acupuncture by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).
Jamie Holland, L.Ac., ACN, ABT
Jamie has wanted to offer community style acupuncture ever since he first learned about affordable acupuncture, back in his college years. He is inspired to offer natural healthcare that everyone can afford, and has no interest in limiting this wonderful modality because of income.
Jamie has completed over 3,000 hours of didactic and clinical work during a 4 year Masters in Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine program at AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine. He is a Licensed Acupuncturist and Certified Chinese Herbalist by the state of Colorado, and is nationally board certified as a Diplomate in Oriental Medicine by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine. Additionally, Jamie completed a 6 month Japanese Traditional Acupuncture Certification with Japanese Master Acupuncturist Koei Kuwahara and has completed over 500 hours of Asian bodywork therapy (Tuina) becoming a Certified Practitioner by the American Organization of Bodywork Therapies of Asia. He has also trained extensively in functional medicine and nutrition and is an Applied Clinical Nutritionist through the Texas Chiropractic College.
Outside of the clinic, Jamie loves to spend time with his family (wife and dog) hiking, skiing, reading, dancing and enjoying a meditation class at Kadampa Meditation Center.
Rob is a Licensed Acupuncturist in the state of Colorado, and graduated from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Denver with a Diploma in Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2000, and then continued his studies at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York, earning a Masters of Science in Acupuncture in 2011.
He first learned about the Community Acupuncture movement and joined the Community Acupuncture Network while at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, & is very happy to be practicing at Meeting Point Community Acupuncture.
When not at the clinic or reading about acupuncture, Rob loves snowboarding, bluegrass, and hiking in the mountains.
Nate graduated from Jung Tao School of Classical Chinese Medicine in Sugar Grove, NC with a diploma of Classical Chinese Medicine in 2013. He focuses on treating the core of each patient’s condition, while using a minimal number of acupuncture needles to achieve positive results. Nate is a licensed acupuncturist in the state of Colorado and is certified as a Diplomate of Acupuncture by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).
After spending a few years in private practice, Nate was looking to find a way to make acupuncture more accessible and affordable to a greater number of people, and is excited to now be working at Meeting Point Community Acupuncture. Nate enjoys the challenge of working with patients with whatever ailments they bring in the door. He is excited to help people live healthier, stronger, more satisfying lives in the Front Range community of Colorado.
When he is not working, Nate enjoys kayaking, rock climbing, biking, martial arts, yoga and skiing.
Alicia Kelley, L.Ac.
Alicia first started studying health in 2007 when she moved to South Carolina. She graduated from Coastal Carolina University with a Bachelors of Science in Public Health with a minor in Exercise Science. During that time, she wanted to provide options for people to take control of their health by building affordable fitness centers in areas of need. This was a great thought, but she wanted something more hands on than writing grants and proposals.
After college, she moved to Boulder to attend Southwest Acupuncture College where she earned her Masters degree in Oriental Medicine. She is also certified by NCCAOM as a diplomate of Oriental Medicine. She uses acupuncture and herbal medicine to treat disorders such as insomnia, pain, anxiety, along with digestion and women’s health. Along with Acupuncture, she likes to use Chinese herbs, bodywork, and nutrition therapy.
She has also studied acupuncture, Chinese herbs, and bodywork at the Liaoning University in China. While there, she got to see how the hospitals are set up for healing and help with recovery, and how they combine eastern and western medicine. She also works in a private clinic in Boulder, but is excited to be working in a community clinic where everyone can afford this medicine. She strongly believes that everyone should be able to afford health care!
Alicia is happy to be living in Colorado, and loves being outside. She likes to explore and hike with her dog. She likes to climb both mountains and aerial silks and loves to play. She is happy to have found this medicine, and enjoys getting to know each of her patients.