Acupuncture + Chinese Medicine

Through a release of holding patterns, acupuncture restores the body and helps with both mental and physical disharmonies.

A key component of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is acupuncture. Acupuncture supports the smooth flow of “Qi” via the insertion of needles along various energetic channels on the body. “Qi” translates directly as “air,” but is understood as the life force and energy flow within.

Your primary visit includes both an intake and an acupuncture session. These sessions are ninety minutes, and include an in-depth patient intake during which the needs of the client will be reviewed in order to determine the best method of treatment. Currently. Jelena is only seeing existing clients. Reach out to be notified when space opens up again in Spring 2023

90 minutes / $155
* Currently, Jelena is only seeing existing clients *


Follow-up acupuncture treatments vary from patient to patient. Your acupuncturist will determine your course of treatment in regards to frequency and focus. Every patient is different, therefore frequency changes based on the individual and their needs. NOTE: For those seeking long-term relief, our Series of 6 package is a way to insure you receive the benefits of consistent treatment, plus, it’s discounted 15% compared to single sessions visits.

60 minutes / $95
Series of 6, $485 (Reg $570)



Your visit includes both an intake and an acupuncture session. Inquiries about what bothersome symptoms you’re currently experiencing (back pain, insomnia, headaches, etc.) will be considered secondary to privileging your nervous system.

To make this necessity accessible to a wider swath of the community, the price for these treatments is $50. One private session at a time. For you, your friend, their mom, and her neighbor. Black, white, brown. Trans, cis, queer. Student, parent, retiree … Boketto welcomes you (back).

45 minutes / $50
Series of 10, $425 (Reg $500)


Cupping therapy is a complementary treatment to acupuncture, in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. Cupping serves many purposes, including to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation, and well-being, and as a type of deep-tissue massage.

Cupping is available as an add on to your acupuncture session or as a stand alone treatment.

30 minutes / $50

Meet Jelena Nikolajevic [ L.A.c, MSTOM ]
Founder, Boketto Wellness

Jelena studied acupuncture and herb theory at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in NYC. While in school, she had extensive training in both eastern and western medicine that covered subjects like pediatrics, orthopedics, dermatology, oncology, geriatrics, urology and gynecology. She studied under some of the best practitioners in and out of school where knowledge in Japanese acupuncture, shiatsu, tui na, and sports medicine was enhanced.  

Areas of specialty include orthopedics, anxiety, stress, digestive disorders, insomnia, migraine headaches, menstrual disorders, low immune system, genitourinary disorders, asthma and night sweating. In her practice she incorporates trigger point release therapy, tui na, applied kinesiology and muscle testing, nutritional and lifestyle counseling and Traditional Chinese herbal medicine.