Posts Tagged ‘POCA’

POCA Membership Drive

POCA, the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture, is a coalition of community acupuncturists, clinics, patients, and community members across the country. We share ideas and resources and support each other in our goal of making affordable acupuncture more accessible throughout the U.S. Support from POCA was (and still is) a vital part of what has

POCA Membership Drive

POCA, the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture, is a coalition of community acupuncturists, clinics, patients, and community members across the country. We share ideas and resources and support each other in our goal of making affordable acupuncture more accessible throughout the U.S. Support from POCA was (and still is) a vital part of what has

October Specials

POCA Week POCA is a network of affordable community acupuncture clinics across the U.S., and even internationally. POCA membership goes toward supporting new community clinics, and POCA Tech, the community acupuncture school. All of this helps to make affordable acupuncture more available in various communities. Down to Earth is a POCA member, as are all

May Specials

$5 Treatment for New Patients On Wednesday, May 14, New Patients can get their first treatment for just $5! This is valid for both our morning and evening shifts. This is for a patient’s first visit, and cannot be combined with other discounts. Please pass along to your friends! Herb of the Month: Solitary Hermit

Free Day for POCA Members 10/16

Community acupuncture clinics around the country are running our semi-annual POCA membership drive! At DTE, we are sweetening the deal by offering all POCA members a FREE treatment on Wednesday, October 16. What is POCA? POCA is the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture. It is a national cooperative network made up of acupuncturists, patients, and

5 Treatments for the Price of 1!

From April 15-April 27, if you become a member of the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture (POCA) for $25 (or more, on a sliding scale), you will receive 5 acupuncture treatments– 2 for you and 3 for friends! Here’s how it works: 1- Sign up online to become a member of POCA. 2- Bring your

Volunteers Needed!

If you have been to our office recently, you know it has been quite busy! Thank you for all of your support and referrals to friends and family! Unfortunately, a busier schedule has led to increased wait time in some shifts, and it is getting harder for the acupuncturists to do everything on our own.

Finding a holistic health practitioner: 5 budget-friendly ideas

Emily’s article about how to find a holistic health practitioner on a budget was recently featured on MassMoms.com. Read the full text here.

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