Five Element Acupuncture

The Gorge's only
Five Element acupuncturist, Rachel is committed to offering families affordable, compassionate care.


Why Five Element

Five Element Acupuncture uses a series of gentle protocols to help a person feel more at ease. This ancient theory looks at how Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water interact in our bodies. Personalized treatments invite your system back to balance over time.

Treatments are based on your needs and the quality of your pulses. The needles are inserted into specific points and removed right away. 

This can help with chronic pain, anxiety, depression, menstrual issues, pre and post surgery care; physical, emotional, psychological trauma; stress, and support during transitions; sleep, restlessness, insomnia; digestive distress; PTSD, addiction, and recovery.

I am the Gorge’s only Five Element practitioner.


Five Elements


About me


Rachel Moore-Beitler holds her Master of Acupuncture degree from the Institute of Taoist Education and Acupuncture where she graduated in May 2014. This four­ year program consisted of over 2,000 hours of education including over 600 hours of clinical practice. Rachel is certified as a Diplomat of Acupuncture by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and is licensed to practice in the state of Oregon. She is certified by the Council of Colleges of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (CCAOM) in Clean Needle Technique.

I am committed to offering compassionate care to my community. My priority is meeting my clients where they are at on their individual journey, to support them with their unique road back to balance.

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I am also certified in the NADA protocol: 5 needles that are gently tapped into each ear that work as an immediate reset for your nerves.

I am glad to offer this service at $20 for 20 minutes.

As a busy mama, I know how useful it is to have a variety of tools in the toolbox. I am always delighted to work with other caregivers to help them pause and reset, before heading back out into their daily runaround.”