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Please feel free to email Jill Kismet with questions.

Please call to schedule an appointment by leaving a message. Messages received on a business day will be returned that same day.

Appointment Availability

Appointments are typically just Fridays from 8:30AM (first) to 4:30PM (last).  If there are 3 or more of you requesting an appt. at the same location, different weekdays may be accommodated.  Please see the map to determine if you are within the bounds of where the mobile practice can drive, which is a radius of 10 miles from the intersection of 59th Ave and Highway 101.  New clients will receive paperwork in the mail soon after scheduling their initial appointment.  Simply fill it out and have it available for our first meeting.


Appointments are $80/session and includes discussion, acupuncture and any modalities that may be needed to enhance your wellness journey (i.e. electric moxa, herbal ultrasound, cupping or electro-acupuncture).   For 2 or more back-to-back clients at the same location, costs are reduced to $60/session.

Payment Agreement

Because of the travel and planning necessary to operate a mobile practice, a credit card (CC) on file is required at the time you make your initial appointment.  For your security, your CC info is encrypted within my scheduling software, Genbook.  On Wednesday morning (or 48 hrs.) prior to your Friday appointment, I will confirm your appointment time via text or phone call, and the full session price will be charged to your CC at 5 p.m. that same day.  After this time, cancelled or missed appointments will be refunded at 50% of the session price.  Of course, a 100% refund is always provided for an emergency situation. If you prefer to prepay using cash or check, please contact me to make those arrangements.


As a mobile practice, Bodhi Tree Acupuncture cannot meet the contractual requirements of insurance carriers who specify less than $80/session payment or an in-office procedure (or both). Banner Hospital is the only carrier where Bodhi Tree Acupuncture DOES apparently meet the criteria, and I am happy to file for the insurance coverage of Banner’s employees.