Welcome to Hawthorn Healing Arts Center

acupunture & naturopathic in Bend OregonWe are meant to live inspired lives, to cultivate our deeper gifts and to know a sense of peace and joy within ourselves. Our goal at Hawthorn Healing Arts Center is to facilitate this journey by addressing physical health concerns, mental and emotional disharmony, while helping individuals walk toward truly knowing themselves.

The focus and mission of Hawthorn Healing Arts Center, LLC is to offer individuals and families primary care holistic healthcare, while also offering “outside-the-treatment-room” opportunities for personal growth, healing and transformation. Classes and workshops are offered at the center by practitioners and teachers on a variety of topics – check out our weekly Guided Meditation and Qi Gong programs as well as the Cleanse Programs and monthly FREE talks. Musical and inspirational group events are also regularly offered.

We offer a collaborative approach to health and well-being that integrates the knowledge of western science with the wisdom and heart of traditional healing therapies. Our providers focus on primary care Naturopathic Medicine, Acupuncture and Chinese medicine, Massage, including Rolphing/Structural Integration and Reflexology, Counseling, Physical Therapy and Craniosacral Therapy in Bend, Oregon. We offer care for men and women, children and elderly. Practitioners at the center provide a comprehensive approach emphasizing collaboration and teamwork.


Hawthorn Healing Arts Center also offers retail, the highest quality vitamins and supplements, herbs and essential oils, as well as educational and inspirational books and CDs. Local companies Jem Raw Chocolate, Metolius Teas, Herbal Goddess Medicinals, and Kombucha Mama are all available through Hawthorn.

Are you looking for an integrative approach to healthcare that combines the best of holistic medicine in a health center that also has a dedicated community room for workshops, classes, and events geared toward health education and personal growth?

We offer acupuncture, naturopathic medicine, and other services in Bend, Oregon. We invite you to contact us at (541) 330-0334 or visit the center at 39 NW Louisiana Ave. in downtown Bend, OR.

“Smart, caring, compassionate and well-attuned to many modalities of healing and wellness, I highly recommend Hawthorn to anyone interested in a holistic approach to health and well-being. The practitioners at Hawthorn are not only skilled professionals, but are also genuinely interested in creating and supporting community here in Bend and Central Oregon!”


National Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Day October 24th

QiGongSunsetAcupuncture and Oriental Medicine Day is observed annually on October 24. It is part of an effort designed to increase public awareness of the progress, promise, and benefits of acupuncture and Oriental medicine.

To tie in with this international event, HHAC will be hosting an Open House celebration, Thursday, Oct 24th, from 3-8 pm providing an opportunity for central Oregon residents to learn more about Chinese Medicine, and experience treatments and presentations first-hand. The afternoon and evening will be packed with informative and experiential opportunities:

Come celebrate this event with us!


1. Qigong practice that anyone can just walk into and participate: XiXi Hu– an ancient form of walking QiGong.

 2. Community style treatments:  Ear and scalp acupuncture, Reflexology treatments, as well as Eastern style massage and CranioSacral treatments.

3. Short presentations by our staff:

  • 3pm Power of Essential Oils
    4pm CranioSacral Therapy Philosophy 
    4:30 Sound and Toning for Health
    5pm Organ Systems and Emotions 
    5:30 Hormone Balancing
    6pm Qi Gong group practice
Local vendors, including Metolius Teas, and others offered at Hawthorn will be available during the celebration, and a FREE raffle for products and services will be happening during the evening.
To learn more about Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Day:  http://www.aomday.org/
We invite you to attend the event at Hawthorn and learn more about the possibilities of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine and bodywork.
FYI!– A survey by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine found that approximately one in ten adults had received acupuncture at least one time and 60% said they would readily consider acupuncture as a potential treatment option. Nearly half (48%) of the individuals surveyed who had received acupuncture reported that they were extremely satisfied or very satisfied with their treatment. In addition, one in five (21%) of the total NCCAOM survey respondents reported that they had utilized some other form of Oriental medicine besides acupuncture, such as herbs or bodywork (e.g., shiatsu).

These studies and others like them clearly demonstrate that CAM therapies such as acupuncture and Oriental medicine are common practice in today’s health care system. They also support the need for consumers to be provided accurate and reliable information regarding their treatment options.

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November First Friday Art Walk featuring Kim Jones

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7th 6-8 p.m.

image1 (1)Hawthorn Healing Arts is honored to showcase the acrylic styling of Kim Jones, well-known artist in Central Oregon. Open from 6-8pm on November 7th, Hawthorn Healing Arts Center will be serving wine and snacks and raffling off natural products and services. Musicians Josh Phillips and Matt Lauziere will round out the evening with live music.

Kim Jones’s acrylic paintings are dramatic with their deep, rich earthy tones, ranging from mossy greens, through the yellows and terracottas of packed clay soil, to startling bright orange-red. Her paintings have a rustic, organic beauty. Kim often paints on a large scale, which comes naturally from her years as a muralist. Kim, a self- taught artist, has an Interior Design background, which has motivated her to bring warmth, through her art, into people’s homes. She paints in series usually based on certain color palettes. Kim’s style and subject matter are always changing, but her work has a contemporary feel. Light, texture and mood are the key elements she uses to compose her works. She enjoys painting figures as well as bold landscapes and colorful abstracts. Kim has always been inspired by the outer world, but says she is now very excited to explore the world within. Regardless of the piece, Kim always paints what makes her heart sing. An acrylic artist whose work has been exhibited and sold throughout Central Oregon for many years, Kim has been a member of Red Chair Gallery in Bend and The Artist’s Gallery, Sunriver. Her paintings have also been featured for many years in the annual Tour of Homes.  For more information about Kim visit her website: www.kimjonesartist.com

Hawthorn Healing Arts Center will be offering a musical ambiance through the collaboration of practitioners Josh Phillips, ND and Matt Lauziere, LMT who are both accomplished musicians.  There will also be a raffle for natural products and services. Come enjoy an array of complementary refreshments.

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