"Jasmine was a pillar of support when I was at my worst and she was critical in getting me through it and back to wellness. Her treatments always brought me back to more consistency and vigor in my physical, mental and spiritual health."


"When I began seeing Jasmine, I had almost daily headaches, frequent migraines, and a mysterious pain along my right side. She was incredibly diligent and curious about the causes. Now I rarely have headaches and the pain is gone. I'm not exaggerating when I say Jasmine changed my life!"


"I have witnessed Jasmine's patients heal from chronic physical, mental, and emotional pain under her care. She has the keen ability to identify the underlying cause of disease and the compassion to be with someone through their healing."


"Jasmine is incredibly knowledgeable and grounded, and her treatments and conversations guided me towards making lasting improvements in my life, and helped me feel good in the NOW. She digs deep to see the person within, and inspires her patients to envision a healthier version of themselves."



A second generation acupuncturist, Jasmine has been studying Chinese Medicine since 2011. Her approach is rooted in her commitment to self-cultivation and inspired by her lifelong interest in the human experience. Patients who are not progressing in their health or responding well to their medications have found relief in her care. She is particularly adept at working with illness marked by personal upheaval (stress, grief, anxiety, anger, PTSD, spiritual crisis, etc), chronic pain and inflammatory patterns, special concerns of the LGBTQ community, and menstrual imbalance.


Jasmine is Nationally Board Certified and holds a Master's in Acupuncture, a Bachelor's of Health Science, and a Diploma in Chinese Herbal Studies from the Academy for Five Element Acupuncture. She received her B.A. from Hampshire College where she studied Community Development for Social Change. She is an ongoing student of Lonny Jarrett's, with whom she has completed an additional two year course of study clinically integrating Five Element and TCM perspectives, meditation, and pulse diagnosis.  


Prior to opening her practice, Jasmine launched and contributed to a number of diverse projects and businesses both domestically and abroad. After working as a butcher, a florist, an entrepreneur, a startup consultant, a farmer, a copywriter, a youth educator, and a fish monger (to name a few) she finally returned to Chinese Medicine and the city where she was born. In addition to her private practice, Jasmine offers community-style treatment at the Brooklyn Acupuncture Project.


© Jasmine Stine 2018

Artwork by Chelsea Iris Granger

Photography by Res