We are a Community Acupuncture & Holistic Health Collective in the heart of Lkwungen Territories (Victoria, BC). MASKS STILL REQUIRED.
New Community Acupuncture hours coming this summer!
The time has finally arrived, the newest addition to the H&H acupunking team arrives in July! We welcome (back) Sarah Strohan, R.TCMP. to our little clinic and look forward to expanding our Community Acupuncture schedule this summer!
After spending the past 2 years in Saskatoon, she is very excited to be back working at Heart & Hands and bringing her enthusiasm for community acupuncture back to Victoria!
Our upcoming hours, exact start dates in July TBD:
Practice acu-nappers needed!
David Gillese, R.Ac. is looking for folks to practice on to refine his Community Acupuncture skills prior to starting his new hours in August!
We are looking for practice acu-nappers THURSDAYS
4 – 6:15pm in JULY!
Sessions are upon donation, cash or card. Everyone welcome & remember your mask :)
If you’d like to support David’s Community Acupuncture chops, please email
- Your name
- Phone number
- Desired timeslot from 4 – 6:15pm in JULY
These appointments are not available online. We will call to book you!
July – August is Doula Appreciation!
In partnership with Mothering Touch, the H&H acupunk team would love to support and replenish our Doulas so they can continue supporting expectant parents and their families in the Greater Victoria area for the remainder of the summer <3
A Doula provides continuous, informational, emotional, and physical support to birth givers during a transformative time in their lives. As a result of having Doula support, birth givers are more likely to have positive experiences and see lower rates of medical intervention, cesareans and trauma.
From July 4th to August 31st,
sessions are $25 for Doulas!
We will waive the $10 paperwork fee for NEW clients!
Clinic closure: Friday July 1st – 3rd
We will be CLOSED July 1st – 3rd, as the H&H team will taking the long weekend to REST and reflect upon the ongoing colonization of the unceded Indigenous territories we reside upon. We also specifically emphasize the rest as pandemic practicing continues to be intense and demanding, we will take the weekend to recharge so we are ready to continue to serve our community.
We encourage all of you to critically consider what the symbol of the Canadian flag means to you, but more importantly to take the opportunity to learn more about the land we occupy, the original peoples who were stewards of this land and their respective histories. May you celebrate respectfully and safely this weekend.