We are OPEN, please review our health & administrative policies before you visit! We are a Community Acupuncture & Holistic Health Collective in the heart of YYJ.
Continuing our mask wearing policy for Community Acupuncture
A firm reminder that the requirement for wearing masks is still in place regardless of the announcement of the province’s COVID-19 reopening plan. We will be carefully watching over the summer and carefully changing policies accordingly.
Many of our fellow acu-nappers and members of the community have yet to receive the 1st vaccine dose and to consider that there are individuals who are medically vulnerable that we need to continue protecting.
We thank you in advance for continuing to mask up during your community acupuncture sessions and if you forget, we have medical masks for sale for $2.Read here!
UPDATE: Summer Community Acupuncture Schedule in progress
Brewster Scott will be poking on select SUNDAYS, 1:00 – 5:00pm from mid-June to the end of August and more hours to come!
We are in the midst of training to ensure we can maintain our COVID health + safety protocols. There is currently no definite timeline as to when we will be adding new hours staffed by Brewster and Cydney, but once our schedule is solidified, we will make the official announcement!Find out more!
Humans of Heart & Hands: seeking Pandemic Stories
Have we made an impact in your life or the life of a loved one during the COVID-19 pandemic?
We love community. And we love stories. Humans of Heart & Hands is a collection of practitioner, volunteer & client accounts of how Heart & Hands Health Collective has made a positive impact in their lives.
Your stories are a living document of how community acupuncture can change the world, shifting societal views about self-care, the use of traditional modalities for prevention as well as supporting our organization and it’s hardworking practitioners.Share your story!
In support of the Indian Residential School Survivors Society: a Community Acupuncture fundraiser
THURSDAYS, 10am – 2pm in June (3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th),
25% of Community Acupuncture revenues will be donated to the
Indian Residential School Survivors Society.
Support our community practice, receive essential self-care and sending a reminder as non-indigenous settlers on this land, we have an obligation to contribute to the ongoing reconciliation process and supporting the access to culturally-relevant resources for First Nations mental-emotional-spiritual healing.Find out more!