Canada, British Columbia, Forest fire at night
Heart & Hands plans to donate 50% of its acupuncture revenues over TUESDAY July 25 to WEDNESDAY July 26 to Red Cross BC Wildfire relief efforts.
We would like to set a goal of $500 over the 2 days…
So we’re encouraging y’all to book in and GET POKED in benefit for our neighbours in BC’s interior communities.
**Please note, we can only accept payments in-kind for the fundraiser AKA we cannot accept MSP or Seat Sale punchcards as a form of payment.**
Our acupunk roster:
> Tuesday July 25, 10am-2pm – Christina pokes
> Tuesday July 25, 3-7pm – Susan pokes
> Wednesday July 26, 10am-2pm – Stefanie pokes
> Wednesday July 26, 3-7pm – Christina pokes
or call, 250-590-3185 to reserve your spot.
If you cannot make it in for an acu-nap during those timeslots, you are more than welcome to leave a donation in cash/cheque/debit/credit or send funds via e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org!
A good friend of mine one day convinced me to tag along with her to H&H. Acupuncture was definitely outside of my wheelhouse and not something I new much about. After that first session, I was in.
I go as often as I can. With all that I have going on in my life, that hour or so I spend surrounded with people from my community, has been paramount to helping me through a tough time. I always feel like a better person after a session.
And time and again, Christina has gone above and beyond to support me. Thanks Heart & Hands!
Back in September 2016, I received a serious head injury that resulted in a long lasting concussion and a prolonged period off work. My friend, Lauren, recommended I see Christina to help me deal with the persisting symptoms including severe headaches, neck strain, memory issues, difficulty regulating my emotions and foggy brain. I tried acupuncture once before for this same injury at a different place, but I found it made my symptoms worse.
I started seeing Christina in January, and after a few sessions, I noticed my symptoms began to abate. Most importantly, I was able to go to Heart & Hands and relax after suffering for so long. I’m still amazed at the way Christina can provide accurate assessments of how I’m doing using techniques that seem magical, and I appreciate the personal care she provides. The treatment room is a very tranquil environment and a healing place. Also, Christina went above and beyond to advocate for me with Worksafe so I could get coverage for many of my sessions. I went back to work a month and a half after Christina first started treating me and I finally feel like I’m my old self again.
Thanks so much for everything Christina! I couldn’t have done it without you.
Hayley Stobbs, R.Ac., CNC, is a registered acupuncturist, certified nutritional consultant, freelance writer, recipe developer, and artist. Hayley’s personal introduction to Chinese medicine and nutrition began at the age of eight years old. Health challenges at a young age gifted her with a sense of empowerment and empathy, which inspired her passion for wellness.
Hayley will be poking folks SUNDAYS 10am – 3pm, commencing July 9th!
or call 250-590-3185 to book an appointment with Hayley today!
Hayley believes that customized diet and lifestyle routines along with deep relaxation treatments can profoundly awaken one’s innate ability to heal. She gently guides each patient towards achieving health goals through attentive listening, skillful needling, and a sincere heart. Quality treatments are nurtured via ongoing continuing acupuncture education.
Hayley practices community acupuncture because it effectively meets multiple needs–socially, economically, and inclusively. When we are happy and healthy, it has a positive impact on our loved ones, communities and the environment. She’s grateful and inspired to be a part of Heart & Hands Collective and feels that being able to facilitate this fascinating holistic medicine to the community is a privilege and a dream come true.