Yes, but a very little prick when the needles are first inserted. After they are in, you should not feel anything. Certain locations hurt more and certain areas hurt less. Try and see, don't suffer needlessly!
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In my experience, when a patient is very nervous and tenses up at mere the thought of needles, every needle will feel sharp. Remember to breath and allow your body to relax! You are in complete control. If you feel uncomfortable or scared at any point the practitioner can likely switch to other modalities and, if necessary, stop the treatment until you are ready.
Be sure to let your practitioner know your concern so they know to walk you through the process. After the first couple of needles are in, you'll see that it's a very relaxing and calming experience.