At River Valley Acupuncture, we think we have the best patients! And we want to say thank you by providing free treatments on Saturday, May 1 from 10am-1pm.
Our May Day celebration is for everyoneâ€”whether you’ve never had a treatment here, or you’ve been coming for years! Please bring your friends.
We will provide coffee, juice, and pastries and lots of relaxing acupuncture. The treatments will be done on a walk-in basis, no appointments will be taken. So, come early!
If you have friends and family in other areas, there may be a May Day celebration near them. Check the Community Acupuncture Network for a complete listing.
We’re Expanding Office Hours!
Starting in May, look for new hours on Monday, Thursday, and Friday mornings.
We need your help to fill the new time slots. Please help us make River Valley a success by telling a friend, family member, or co-worker who might benefit from acupuncture. Stop by the office to pick up a card so that your friend can try her first treatment for free!
Are you a parent? Are you interested in holistic health? You should know about this great resource in our community, the Holistic Moms Network (HMN).
HMN is a national non-profit dedicated to providing parents and caregivers with information about healthy living. The Worcester chapter meets on the first Wednesday of each month, starting at 7pm at St. Luke’s Church, 921 Pleasant Street.
You don’t have to me a mom to attend! Dads, grandparents, and other caregivers are also welcome.
At this month’s meeting (tomorrow, April 7), I will be giving a presentation about community acupuncture with fellow acupuncturist Tess Bois. This is your chance to ask questions about community acupuncture and to experience a demonstration acupuncture treatment. We hope to see you there!
Last week, I had the honor of being interviewed by Licensed Acupuncturist Giorgi Repeti of the live internet radio show â€œThe Acupuncture Power Hour.â€ For a full hour, we spoke candidly about community acupuncture and what it means for patients, practitioners, and the future of Chinese medicine.
The interview is now available as an MP3 file on the Talking Alternative radio station website.
If the concept of community acupuncture is still fairly new to you (as it is to most people), then you probably have lots of questions. It is definitely worth your while to tune in, as Giorgio did a great job of helping me clarify the purpose of community acupuncture in language that the average person can understand.
Please bear with the technical difficulties at the beginning of the showâ€”I’m not a live radio expert!