I'm afraid I don't like the look and feel of the site at all.
In my opinion, you would be better to:
1 Put your h1 - "Open Sky Acupuncture Acupuncture, Eugene Oregon" - in its normal place below the visual and use the top space for well-formatted logo and website "slogan"
2 Get the menu options down to 1 line (maybe use submenus)
3 Get a better top visual
4 Get rid of the Twittern button in the main content - it's clutter and you have two other Twitter buttons on site
5 Declutter by getting rid of the unnecessary Meta section and Pages section (log in etc options can be put in the footer) - maybe move your left-side visual into your right column so that you have a decent width for your main content or use this space for a visual saying giving your selling points
6 Add some sub-headings into your content
Hope some of these suggestions help - I was trying to be helpful not critical.
@jan11: The number 1 suggestion still leaves the over-optimization hanging out there. And it's an eye sore to a human visitor, typography not helping, either. The point about positioning is spot on, though.
One cannot but help feeling the desire of the site creator to use every means available to optimize for ACUPUNCTURE EUGENE OREGON. With all of one's faith in a WordPress theme, the only thing left to do was gear up for search. I'll go out on the limb and say that it's doubtful any thought was given to the user--that concern was, as just stated, left for the theme to have tackled. Even the domain name is optimized, rather than branded. There is just too much SEO tomfoolery to take the page seriously.
You’ve only Got 3 SECONDS!
You’ve got 3 seconds to convince me that your product is going to make my life more complete - better, easier, more productive, more profitable and happier, if I owned what it is you are selling.
You do this with your website design, your logo, your content, your photos and your images. You do this by cutting out all the fat and leaving only what cannot be removed.
Now there are basically three types of content.
1. Your website pages: homepage, service page, case studies, blog.
2. Content that is created for lead generation. This is landing pages, white papers, webinars, emails and e-books. This is the type of content that most companies have yet to discover.
3. Social media content. This is your tweets, videos, power point presentations, slideshows, photo shares, status updates and the list goes on.
If you are serious about making money online then you need to create content in all of these areas. And you need to produce all types of content hard-hitting copy, powerful audio, and visually appealing video. But you’ve got to use the correct content in the correct places.
At this moment your home page looks and feels like a blog.
It should look and feel like a home page. It needs to be totally redesigned and call to actions put into place.