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Scheduling updates for November and beyond
Our hours will be shifting at the beginning of November, with the possibility of expanding our hours as we watch our bookings heading into December.
Commencing the week of November 9 – 14, our schedule will be as follows:
MONDAYS 10am – 2pm w Veronica + 3 – 7pm w Susan
TUESDAYS 10am – 2pm w Christina
WEDNESDAYS 10am – 2pm w Veronica +3 – 7pmw Christina
THURSDAYS 10am – 2pm w Christina + 3 – 7pm w Veronica
FRIDAYS 3 – 7pm w Christina
SATURDAYS 10am – 3pm w Christina
SUNDAYS 10am – 3pm w Veronica
COVID Creature-Comfort Acu-Nap Contingencies
As we fast approach a seasonal change (farewell summer…sniff…), we will need to get creative to ensure that you continue to be comfortable AND safe during your acu-naps and that we do not create an overwhelming amount of laundry….
Here are a few suggestions that may help you stay warm and enhance your level of comfort and relaxation:
- DRESS WARMLY, sweaters, vests, scarves are all ways to keep your core toasty
- Bring your own CLEAN blankets and/or heating pads, hot water bottles (yes, we have a kettle) from home
- Toques are an option if you want to skip your head points
- If you are prone to extra chilly feet, we can modify your point combo so you can leave your socks on
Ways to support us (and yourself) into the winter
It is an increasingly stressful and uncertain time for most small businesses, now that we are midway through the fall and heading into darker, chillier and soggy Pacific Northwest days.
This is your PSA to support H&H and yourselves through this challenging time by exercising self-care. We depend on keeping our schedules booked so we can continue to pay our bills, our acupunks to make ends meet and to keep our doors open. So this is our call to book in to GET POKED !!!Read more!
Pandemic practicing is not without it’s trials, tribulations and quirks. There is no manual for what we should be doing.
The foundation of our community practice is relational and a huge component of the work we do involves human connection. Now that we have enhanced measures in place to keep both practitioners and clients safe and our shared space sanitized, it unfortunately compromises the face-to-face interactions that are at the core of providing high quality acupuncture sessions.
And while for many of our veteran acu-nappers, the H&H ‘punks now donning a mask that covers half their face is strange, but that with an established clinical relationship, it’s just an additional weird detail. But for our new clients, esp those who are new to acupuncture, we would like to THANK YOU and commend you for your courage and trust that you place in us to hold space for you in a vulnerable state and to work with your bodies and energetic field despite not knowing what we actually look like in-person.
So without further adieu, I’d like to unmask and RE-introduce myself…Read more about Christina!