Sunday Feb. 17th, Pain in the neck? Weight of the world on your shoulders? Are you a teeth grinder? Learn this simple sequence of acupressure points with a partner and let your tension melt away. Facilitated by Veronica Palmer-Jones, R.Ac.
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Sunday Jan. 20th, learn the basics of the traditional technique of moxabustion in this simple workshop facilitated by Susan Shields, R.Ac. Moxabustion is especially ideal in climates such as ours on Vancouver Island, which is generally characterized as windy, cold and damp for most of the year. It can help warm up and dry out our bodies.
In the spirit of balancing out the consumerism of the holiday season, we chose to give back to our local & national communities by collecting a total of $300 from December 1st - 23rd! We have made equal donations of $150 EACH to both Anawim House + Reconciliation Canada.
For the month of January, add a $2 donation on top of our $20-50 acupuncture fees & be entered in a draw for awesome H&H prizes. All proceeds go to funding Supportive Recovery Wellness programs at the Portland Hotel Society's Douglas St. Community!
We are always extremely grateful for the gifts our clients bring around the holidays. However, this year we would like to forgo the sugary treats and Christmas baubles in exchange for cash or e-transfer donations. No amount too small. We thank you all in advance for your generous contributions and we wish you a happy and healthy holiday season for you all and your loved ones :)
Sending a HUGE congratulations to Christine Patton, owner/operator extraordinaire of local Victoria business, Stone Haven Gems!
Sunday Nov. 18th, Pain in the neck? Weight of the world on your shoulders? Are you a teeth grinder? Learn this simple sequence of acupressure points with a partner and let your tension melt away. Facilitated by Veronica Palmer-Jones, R.Ac.
Sunday Oct. 21st, Coffee is hot and bitter in nature, while green tea is cold and bitter in nature. A workshop facilitated by Christina Chan, R.Ac., learn about the inherent nature of the food you eat and how to eat for your unique constitution.
Heads up! Our schedule is switching it up a little while Christina is in Vancouver for her first module of the Social Innovation Certificate at Simon Fraser University: Thursday Sept. 20th, 10am - 2pm - Susan Shields is poking Friday Sept. 21st, 3 - 7pm - Jenica Geisler is poking Saturday Sept. 22nd, 9am - 1pm - Veronica Palmer-Jones is poking Saturday Sept. 22nd, 2 - 6pm - acupuncture is CANCELLED