Kim Reece smiling for the camera

Kim Reece, Dipl. OM., L.Ac. (she/her)

Kim is licensed in acupuncture and herbal medicine and specializes in working with populations ranging from teenagers to seniors. Kim’s treatments embody the idea that there is no separation between mind and body in Chinese Medicine. Kim has been providing acupuncture and Chinese medicine since 2007.


Kim takes an individualized and mindful approach. Her highest priority is to create a safe space where emotional and physical blockages can be released. Her training is system-based, evidence-informed integrative medicine. Her years of bodywork experience have led her to have a gentle and accurate touch. She is passionate about nutrition and stress reduction techniques as an adjunct to the healing process.


Kim specializes in treating mental health, including anxiety, depression, trauma and substance abuse. She also has extensive experience in pain management, chronic disease, neurological issues, women's health and digestive issues. She has recently been taking courses in tick borne illness, mold illness and Mast Cell Activation Syndrome.


Kim decided to study Chinese Medicine after she returned from 2 years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in China. Kim earned her Master’s Degree from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco, California where she got to study with some of the practitioners who helped shape Traditional Chinese Medicine in the US. Kim worked in several clinics in San Francisco including an addiction clinic, the Haight Ashbury Free Clinic and several community acupuncture clinics around the city. In 2011, she opened up her own acupuncture clinic “Family Room” in Pacifica, California. She was a pillar of healing in the local community and her clinic was voted “Best of the City” in 2021. In addition to Chinese Medicine and acupuncture, Kim has studied shiatsu massage and Reiki (a Japanese healing system).


Kim decided to move back to Minnesota in 2022 to be a health advocate for her mom who has dementia and to be closer to her family and Minnesotan roots. Outside of her clinical work, you will find Kim in her community garden, trying out new recipes, foraging local herbs and listening to podcasts. She is also an avid Qi Gong and yoga practitioner and explorer of consciousness and human potential.
  • Chronic Pain
  • Chronic Diseases
  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Digestive Issues
  • Substance Use Disorder
  • Grief and Trauma
  • In-person only