Jennifer Frey’s new office building for her business Serenity Acupuncture offers clients a serene healing environment with soft lighting, warm colors and wood panels all throughout the building. Sequim Gazette photo by Erin Hawkins

Jennifer Frey’s new office building for her business Serenity Acupuncture offers clients a serene healing environment with soft lighting, warm colors and wood panels all throughout the building. Sequim Gazette photo by Erin Hawkins

Serenity Acupunture opens new office

Serenity Acupuncture Clinic

370 River Road, Sequim

Open: 8:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday

Contact: 360-683-8550 or jfreylac@gmail.com

After 15 years of providing acupuncture services in Sequim, Jennifer Frey is proud to announce a new office building all of her own.

Frey opened her business Serenity Acupuncture in 2003 and has moved offices in Sequim a few times since her business’ inception.

It wasn’t until October of this year that she was able to buy her own space instead of leasing an office.

“One year ago I planted this seed of ‘one if we ventured out on our very own and bought instead of leased,’” she said.

Frey opened the doors of her new office at 370 River Road in October and is excited to offer her clients a serene healing environment with soft lighting, warm colors, pine wood panels all throughout the building and several green plants.

Frey’s acupuncture clinic incorporates holistic medicine techniques from various styles of East Asian medicine and acupuncture to improve her clients’ health and well-being.

She worked at Boeing for several years before she started her own business and became interested in East Asian medicine and acupuncture in 1995 after three auto accidents in one year left her living in constant pain.

After trying acupuncture and finding it reduced her severe pain to almost nothing, she was sold on the ancient medical treatment.

She has a Master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and is certified through the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine licensed to practice both in Washington state and Florida.

Since she first started her business, Frey has treated thousands of patients to help relieve pain from conditions such as back pain and fibromyalgia to using her practice to help recovering addicts with withdrawal symptoms and mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression.

Frey said she never thought this dream of owning her own space would become a reality and she is pleased to giver her clients a sanctuary that represents more than just her business.

“This is who I am,” she said. “It’s a statement of what I want to offer.”

Frey said she wanted to give her clients a tranquil space to be in during their acupuncture treatments and a place that also represents who she is.

“It feels like an extension of my living room,” she said.

Frey said her new space has two treatment rooms and her business hours are from 8:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

She said she allows two independent massage therapists to also use her space to practice massage therapy on the other days she is not in the office.

The acupuncture treatment Frey offers is individualized for each client and she makes sure to incorporate compassion into her practice.

“I feel blessed and proud to have maintained and grown a business,” she said. “It’s been an amazing journey.”

Frey said she can take new clients and she accepts most health insurances. Each session usually lasts from one hour to 90 minutes.

Interested clients can book appointments online at http://www.serenityacupunctureclinic.com/ or call 360-683-8550 or email jfreylac@gmail.com for treatment prices or more information.

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