Posts Tagged ‘generations’

Stress Relief Acupuncture is Back!

Can’t make it into the office for a full treatment? You can still start your weekend off right with a 30-minute stress-relief acupuncture treatment with acupuncturist Emily Konstan at Generations Healing Center. These are ear acupuncture treatments performed in a group setting for $15. The dates are Fridays: September 24, October 5, and November 12

Where We’ll Be

On Sunday, February 28 from 11am-1pm, we will be participating in the open house at Generations Healing Center in Oxford. I will be offering free stress-relief ear acupuncture for anyone who would like to try it. This event is the kick-off for a new collaboration between River Valley and Generations. Once a month, on a

Generations Talk Postponed—Read Here Instead for PMS and Menopause Info

The roundtable discussion scheduled for tonight at Generations has been postponed until the Fall (exact date TBD). Instead, I will give you a preview of some of the information that I was going to talk about. Many people are familiar with the work of Dr. Christiane Northrup, an MD who focuses on women’s health and

Where We’ll Be This Month

It’s turning out to be a busy month, with three speaking engagements coming up. First, this Sunday (August 9) I’ll be presenting at the Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA) with fellow community acupuncturist Tess Bois. We will be discussing community acupuncture—specifically, how we can be of service to local communities—and offering free treatments to attendees.

Acupuncture for Fibromyalgia: Part 2 of the Generations Talk Recap

This is the second part of a four-part recap of a roundtable discussion on fibromyalgia. You can read a background post here and part one here. As I wrote in part one, treating fibromyalgia requires an individualized approach for each patient. For the purposes of this blog post, I will need to vastly over-simplify and

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