Wednesday, January 20, 2010
We've resuming First Free Fridays after a holiday break. The first Friday of the month, new patients are free. Coming up: Friday, February 5th...
There are a few reasons we host First Free Fridays:
We want to introduce folks to acupuncture, and the work that we do at South Austin Community Acupuncture.
We want you to spread the word about South Austin Community Acupuncture.
We are a community acupuncture clinic. Community acupuncture is community supported acupuncture.
Community acupuncture isn't about being free or about being cheap, it is primarily about community - and it is only with the support of the community that we are able to do what we do.
Acupuncture is particularly well suited to treatment in a group setting > treating in a group setting makes it possible for us to see more people > seeing more people, in turn, makes it possible for us to charge less > charging less makes it possible for you to use acupuncture more realistically.
Acupuncture is typically not a one treatment kind of thing. It depends on what you are working on, but generally acute problems require a few treatments in close succession, whereas a more chronic situation may require longer term, on gong treatment. And always, acupuncture is just good at relieving stress. It's very relaxing. So if acupuncture isn't prohibitively expensive, you can actually use it in a way that is most beneficial to you - as often, or for as long as you need to.
So come on out, and spread the word...