I was previously convinced of the power of acupuncture back when I started receiving it in the 80’s from an old school TCM practitioner back when I was living in Vancouver. The results were astonishing. It took me a long time to find my way back and luckily that path led to Heart & Hands.
I was going through some stressful times and Christina was profoundly helpful in managing my anxiety, ADHD symptoms and general aches and pains. I feel the nurturing atmosphere and receiving treatment in the group setting, encourages people look after themselves, including myself. Not to mention providing a much needed nap time and a relaxing pause from the fast-paced schedules of our busy lives.
I believe that the H&H acupuncture team is dedicated to providing high quality, compassionate and individualized care for each and every one of the clients that comes through it’s doors. It’s large and loyal following speaks volumes to the value and impact of their work, so the proof is in the pudding.
This new year, I look forward to committing again to weekly sessions to support my well-being and take responsibility for my health, which ultimately supports the H&H community!
Thanks H&H for doing what you do!
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Help us transition to non-profit!
As a tiny, values-based establishment in Downtown Victoria, it is no longer sustainable for us to remain as a business due to the rapidly rising cost of property tax. Hence, we are transitioning into a non-profit, a huge undertaking that will invest in our longevity. Then we can continue offering our vital and affordable services to the community as well as providing our practitioners with a living wage.
“Help us build H&H 2.0” is an online fundraising campaign running February 15 – March 20. We intend to raise a total of $15 000 = $12 000 for our 2020 property tax + $3000 for legal/accounting fees necessary for the non-profit transition.