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Acupuncture Awareness Week – Free Mini Consultations – 26th Feb 2013

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Next week (25th Feb – 3rd March) is Acupuncture Awareness Week, which is supported and promoted by the British Acupuncture Council.  It aims to better inform people about the practice of this traditional complimentary medicine, and spread the word about its benefits.

To get involved and into the spirit of AAW I thought this would be a wonderful opportunity for me to offer free 10min consultations/chats/Q&A, whatever you would like to call it – basically come along and ask any burning questions you have, and if you’ve been wondering for awhile about acupuncture treatment, now’s your time to come and ask an expert!

Look forward to seeing you next Tuesday 26th February – I will be there as usual between 5.30pm – 9pm.  Feel free to just pop by, or text me first (07962 609554) just to make sure you’re not waiting around too long if I’m already with another client.

See you next week!

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FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION AND TREATMENT FOR DECEMBER!

With all the Christmas fun and present buying, you may be forgetting to look after yourself in these cold months, and putting those aches and pains to the back of your mind….so I would love to invite you to come along on a Tuesday evening for a free consultation and treatment!

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Please give me a call or text on 07962 609554 or drop me an email at loncapinfo@gmail.com if you’d like to book in over the next few weeks – I’d love to see you!

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We are now open for business!!

Last night was the opening evening of London Community Acupuncture Project at Hornsey Vale Community Centre, and what a lovely first eve it was!

I arrived with beds, screens and music, ready to transform the room into a clinic space, and with enough needles to treat a few hundred people…well, you never know do you?!  Luckily my lovely boyfriend was on hand to help me set up, and we had a small shuffle around with furniture positions until all was perfect and ready for action with a minute to go before the first patient arrived!


Over the next few hours, I treated four people, with wonderful feedback on how relaxed they felt during their treatment in the warm and peaceful room.  The  collective response was how great everyone felt to be able to afford a course of treatments due to the sliding scale.  Yey to multibeds!!

(The only negative feedback was the ticking clock brought to my attention by the first patient, which I rectified by removing the battery, so everyone else re-tuned during their sessions in peace!!)

Looking forward to next week!! xxx

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