Friday, January 28, 2011


Mike Sobin, whom many of you have known from our front desk, recently graduated and got his acupuncture license. As a result, we will be able to be open more days and longer hours.
Mike has been with the clinic since 2007, and is a welcome asset as a practitioner. You can rest assured you are in good hands.

So...beginning Monday, February 7th, South Austin Community Acupuncture will begin experimenting with new hours, as follows:

Mondays 9-5 
Tues/Wed/Thurs 10-8
Fridays 9-5
Saturdays 10-2

This adds Mondays, some more morning hours, and more evening hours.
We hope this serves you well.

We'll be refining this, and making adjustments to who is here when as we go, with the ultimate goal of being open 8am-8pm. To warrant this we need lots of warm bodies, so come on down and tell your friends and family.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

9000 Needles 2nd screening

A 2nd screening of the movie '9000 Needles' will happen this Sunday, Jan. 23rd at 12:30.
Thanks to the TAAOM, the Alamo, and Doug Dearth/One in a Row Productions.
Proceeds to benefit the Texas Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and the Devin Dearth Foundation.