|Alaska Center For Acupuncture Open House|
On Wednesday, November 14th from 7pm-8pm
Alaska Center for Acupuncture will be hosting an
Open House. We will offer a FREE class
entitled "Introduction to Acupuncture." After the
lecture there will be a question and answer session
as well a group acupuncture treatment for those who
Introduction to Acupuncture
Acupuncture is a fast growing, highly-effective form of holistic health care with over 3,000 years of recorded history of effectiveness. Currently acupuncture is used by 2 billion people as their primary form of heath care. This presentation is designed both for those considering Acupuncture as a treatment option for the first time, as well as for current acupuncture patients. Participants will learn how acupuncture can be best used as preventative medicine to help you avoid many of the chronic illnesses that are pervasive in our current culture and life-style.
Topics covered will include:
Pre-register for the class by calling Alaska Center for Acupuncture at 745-8688 Space is limited, so call early!
For a printable flyer to hang in your office or pass on to others who might be interested, please click the link below:
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Like Acupuncture, Meditation strengthens the connection to the depths within and helps to cultivate focus, clarity, creativity, stamina, vitality, emotional stability and mindfulness in all actions. A daily meditation practice also expands one's sense of connectedness to the natural rhythms of life. Current research affirms what saints, sages, athletes, artists, and successful businesspeople already know: Regular meditation results in less stress, more ease and greater enjoyment of life amidst the many challenges of modern living.
Alaska Center for Acupuncture's monthly meditation group is open to the community and meets the second Tuesday of every month from 7-8 PM. Please call 745-8688 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a space. The next session will be Tuesday, November 13th at 7pm.
We have made some changes to the group format which are detailed in the flyer below:
Starting this session, we will be asking participants for a suggested donation of $20 for the meditation. Donations will go to The Smile Train - a non-profit organization that funds and performs cleft lip and palate surgeries in developing countries. We picked The Smile Train because 100% of donations go directiy to surgeries and programs - not to organizational overhead. $250 funds one surgery - so with a small group of 12 or 13 people, we can make a huge difference in the life of one child.
To learn more about The Smile Train and the work they do, visit the link below:
Please feel free to pass this information on to friends or family members who might be interested in participating in the monthly group meditation sessions.
If you haven't had a chance to view our testimonials yet, please visit the page below to read about the amazing range of benefits that patients receive at our center. If you or someone you know would like to experience similar benefits, please call us to set up a consultation. 745-8688
If you would like to inspire others by sharing how acupuncture treatment has been beneficial for you, you may use the link below to fill out a testomonial submission form.
Coming in December, local herbalist Stella Lyn will be offering a class on herbs which prevent and provide relief from colds and flu and assist in building strong immunity. The class will be held at Alaska Center for Acupuncture, on Wednesday December 5th from 7- 8pm. This year's cold and flu presentation will cover several well reputed tonics and remedies, and will spotlight a couple of prominent Alaska plants. Join us for a warm cup of tea and invigorating conversation. Look for more information on this class in our upcoming newsletter!
If you can't wait for December, Stella will also be
offering her Cold and Flu Class this Saturday,
November 10th from 1-2:30pm at
the Alaska Massage Center in Wasilla.