Posts Tagged ‘community’

What Does Community Mean to Me?

For those of us who practice community acupuncture, the term community has two meanings. One, of course, is a reference to the group setting. We believe that when people are treated together in a group, they experience deeper relaxation and enhanced treatment benefits. The other aspect has to do with our hope to be a

Why Choose Community Acupuncture?

The Experience Community acupuncture is done in a group setting. Patients remain fully clothed and are treated in reclining chairs, making the feel of the space less clinical and more like someone’s living room or community center. Because of the group setting, there is more appointment availability and many patients choose to come in with

New Additions to Our Office

I am pleased to introduce two new members of the River Valley community. Laura Faulkner and Jessie Pelletier will be joining the office as part-time receptionists on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. These smart and friendly women are on hand to offer you assistance and to help you have an enjoyable visit. Please extend a warm

Is Acupuncture Too Expensive?

In my survey last month, 20% of respondents felt that people don’t try acupuncture because it’s too expensive. What a great opportunity to spread the word about community acupuncture! Standard market rates for acupuncture can range from $50 to over $100 for a one-hour treatment. And since acupuncture usually requires a series of treatments to

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