Celebrate love at the clinic! As a Valentine to you, Megan is offering a 2-for-1 special during her regular clinic hours on Monday and Thursday, February 13 and 16. Come as a pair, or come solo both days, and only pay for one. There will be herbal treats as well. Spread the word!
Come by the clinic this Sunday between 11 and 3 for a free acupuncture treatment, in honor of May Day. Welcome the spring, and welcome our new acupuncturist, Megan Gould, who will be on hand to provide you expert treatments to balance your qi and introduce you to a bit of what we’re all about.
To learn more about the Community Acupuncture movement and the May Day tradition, click here.
Are you curious about our clinic? Have questions about acupuncture?
We’re having an Open House….
August 14, 2010
12 pm – 4 pm
… We’ll offer you a free treatment card and do the intake for free.
Our thoughts these days are on transitioning toward autumn:
Changing Seasons: Attuning Your Diet
The middle of August means we begin transitioning to fall in the Bay Area, but not without some of our hottest, driest summer weather yet. You can help your body adjust to the changing seasons by attuning your diet to the changing weather.
Summer means stay hydrated! Include light, cooling vegetables like lettuce, cucumber, sprouts and asparagus, and fruits like lemons, oranges, peaches, melons and watermelons, into your diet. Stay away from icy cold beverages and greasy food.
Fall means incorporate foods that will support your respiratory health. The vitamin A in broccoli, kale and mustard greens will help protect your mucous membranes. You should also include pungent foods like garlic, ginger, radishes, and orange vegetables like pumpkin, squash and carrots.
Acupuncture can also help you with seasonal adjustments by boosting your immune system, and helping to reduce the effects of stress.
We will be serving refreshments and giving out free treatment cards to anyone who stops by.
See you there!