Acupuncture: How can getting poked make you feel better?
Have you ever had these questions?
What happens when a needle is inserted?
What are meridians? Why put a needle in that spot?
What conditions are treated by acupuncture?
Does it make sense to see an acupuncturist if I hate needles?
What is the difference between acupuncture, acupressure, and massage?
How can I use pressure points to help a friend or family member?
Get the answers and more at this informative lecture on the many benefits of acupuncture!
Note: if this is your first visit and you would like to register as a guest, please call our office to set up your brief intake appointment so that you can take advantage of this and all our free classes, workshops and lectures!
Space is limited; Reserve early.
Margaret R. Whipple
Margaret is a graduate of both Kansai College of Acupuncture Medicine, Osaka, Japan and Santa Barbara College of Oriental Medicine, Santa Barbara, and did her Internship in Yamamoto Style Pulse Diagnosis, Nobuyuki Tanaka Sensei, Tennoji, Japan. She currently offers Acupuncture, Acupressure, massage, Electro-acupuncture, Intradermal needling, Moxibustion, Eastern (Chinese) Herbs, Western Herbs, Nutritional Counseling, Exercise Instruction, including Mind and Body Energy Coordination exercises.