About Us

Beachside Community Acupuncture is more than just an acupuncture clinic. It's a new beginning, the start of an outward ripple. We want you to feel your best so that you can impact the community with your unique talents and inspire others to live their lives to the fullest as well. We have big dreams for you and are dedicated to helping you overcome whatever is holding you back through acupuncture, diet therapy, herbal medicine, supplements, and essential oils.

We believe

...every individual should be his or her own health advocate

...the path to health shouldn't be a secret

...everyone should have access to affordable holistic medicine

...the beach can heal aches of the body, mind, and soul

...it is our duty to preserve beaches for future generations

10% of our profits are donated to

The Ocean Conservancy

About Our PractitIoners

Kathleen Ellerie

Kathleen Ellerie, L.Ac., Dipl.O.M., graduated with Bachelor's degrees in Nutritional Sciences and Biology from the University of Florida and a Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and a Bachelor of Health Science from the Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine. She is currently a Licensed Acupuncturist in the states of Florida and Texas, an NCCAOM-certified Diplomate of Oriental Medicine, and a NADA-trained Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist. After working in private practice as an independent contractor, she was inspired to start Beachside Community Acupuncture to provide affordable acupuncture to those who might not otherwise be able to experience the ancient medicine's healing effects. She is especially passionate about diet therapy and essential oils and loves teaching classes to help her patients take control of their health. Her blog and social media outlets also reflect her holistic view of wellness.

In the media

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Interview with Kathleen Ellerie

of Beachside Community Acupuncture on The Well Nut

Kathleen Ellerie article acupressure in yoga

Add Acupressure to Your Yoga Practice

in Dallas Yoga Magazine

Kathleen Ellerie interview
Kathleen Ellerie article breathing exercises
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Kathleen Ellerie article acupuncture for pain