The Inn Spot Community Acupuncture & Stress Relief Lounge offers low-cost acupuncture, integrative health services & healing arts to our community. We provide high quality treatments by licensed acupuncturists in a healing supportive community setting. We offer very affordable rates so that finances are not a barrier to receiving health services regularly and as needed. Community partnerships and patient/community education is highly valued. We offer acupuncture, cupping, Gua Sha, massage, meditation, mindfulness, sound-healing, and Chinese herbal supplements including CBD.
Thomas earned his doctorate degree in acupuncture and Chinese Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, and his Master’s of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from South Baylo University in Los Angeles, California after graduating from George Washington University in Washington, DC with a BS in Exercise Science. Thomas has experience in community acupuncture settings and in integrative clinics working with chiropractors and massage therapists. Outside of the clinic, Thomas enjoys being active outdoors and spending time with his dog, JJ, who you just might find hanging out at the Inn Spot.
Casey earned her Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine and Masters of Traditional Oriental Medicine at Pacific College of Health and Science in San Diego, CA. She completed internships at UCSD’s RIMAC for student-athletes treating orthopedic and sports injuries, and at UCSD’s Free Clinic in Pacific Beach treating the homeless and underserved populations. Casey is also a Certified Massage Therapist. Casey earned her BS in Psychology and spent 8 years working in the non-profit mental health field. She worked with survivors of Traumatic Brain Injury and was a Program Director at a transitional living home for women with mental illness/co-occurring disorders. Outside of the clinic, she enjoys being in nature and spending time with family, friends, and two dogs.
Sylvvari has completed various levels of education and internships in the healing arts. He is a California Acupuncture Board Licensed Acupuncturist, CAMTC Licensed Massage Therapist and has mastery of qi gong and energy healing arts. He specializes in pain management and limited range of motion for both physical and neurological disorders. As an acupuncturist he has experience treating a variety of disorders.
RyuXtiel has treated professional athletes with sports injuries allowing them to return to their competitive sports. He has had the opportunity to work privately with world class athletes including Japanese MMA champion DJ Taiki, 6 time arm wrestling champion Carolyn Fisher and 26 time champion and star of AMC’s Game of Arms Allen Fisher, people from the NBA, NFL and pre-Olympics. He has done volunteer work for low income health clinics, veterans, migrants in Tijuana, firefighters and police to address issues that are physical and psychological.
Tom is a licensed acupuncturist and massage therapist, receiving his Master’s Degree from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. He states that as an acupuncturist, he can prevent or modify the perception of pain, or normalize physiological functions, including pain control for the treatment of certain diseases and dysfunctions of the body. He approaches healthcare in a variety of modalities with acupuncture, massage, and cupping.
Founder & CEO
Guy Page was born and raised in San Diego, California. Inspired by his veteran father, Guy joined the United States Air Force in his early 20s. After leaving the armed forces Guy started suffering from chronic pain and began receiving acupuncture treatments as an alternative form of medicine. He went to a life changing seminar held by Acupuncturists Without Borders where he discovered community acupuncture, how helpful and affordable it is. This experience compelled him to quit his job and finance a community acupuncture clinic, The Inn Spot, in which he is now healing his veteran population with free services. Guy is currently the spokesperson for Veterans Chamber of Commerce. In his free time, Guy enjoys participating in the healing arts of Yoga, Reiki, Tennis, and Sound Therapy.
Spot brings joy and peace to the clinic with his calm demeanor, leading from the back of the pack, and inspiring us all to live the good life. He is from Washington DC, has been twice certified as a Canine Good Citizen by the American Kennel Club and as a Therapy Dog by Therapy Dogs International in 2012 and again in 2018. When he’s not eating blueberries or other treats at the clinic, you can find him swimming after his frisbee in the ocean. He says come by and give him some love on Tuesdays from 9am-1pm.
The Inn Spot Community Acupuncture & Stress Relief Lounge offers low-cost acupuncture, integrative health services & healing arts to our community. We provide high quality treatments by licensed acupuncturists in a healing supportive community setting. Services are offered at very affordable rates so that finances are not a barrier to receiving health services as needed.