One of the key systems of how we operate our Community Acupuncture practice is the all important Invisible Receptionist (IR). Our IR has been through multiple versions of refinement over the past 13 years, we feel at this point, our system is pretty dialed, including being almost entirely paperless – it serves 3 important purposes:…
Ever wonder what a year’s worth of needles looks like at a bustling, high volume Community practice like H&H? And for scale, each of these sharps has a 1 gallon capacity… Some needling FAQ:
Masking acknowledges that the pandemic is not the thing of the past. Masking is a simple act that can be done regardless of health or vaccination status. Masking stands in solidarity with our immunocompromised community members. Masking decreases the spread of other airborne infections aside from COVID-19, ’tis the season. Masking lessens the pressure on…
“The ways we can make new, what was previously lost and I think that becomes one of the central questions and central work of many immigrants to in effect make their own history part of their contemporary work.” ~Stephen SatterfieldS1 E13 Point of Origin Podcast Heart & Hands Health Collective is my body of work….
The Heart & Hands crew was out enjoying the beautiful, sunny day! They had the opportunity to meet potential clients, provide acupuncture treatments and consultations at their first Village Block Party.
Christina Chan, R.Ac., dropped by to meet the lovely staff at the Foundry Youth Clinic this week to discuss a possible future acupuncture project for the fall!
…also quietly, courageously, groundedly holding space so you can listen to the stories of peoples’ bodies.
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