Acupuncture Clinic for Politically Induced Stress - Brooklynian

Acupuncture Clinic for Politically Induced Stress

Election making you stressed?? 

Come to the Acupuncture Clinic for Politically Induced Anxiety, Rage, Insomnia, Fear and Trauma.

Sunday Oct 30, at 2pm

Honey’s, 93 Scott Ave. Brooklyn, NY         RSVP to acugraham@gmail.com to reserve a spot.

Acupuncture is an effective method to provide stress relief if you are finding the election coverage manifesting as physical or emotional symptoms.  It has been used by Acupuncturists Without Borders (AWB) throughout the world as a method to treat traumatized citizens in New Orleans, Haiti, Nepal, and after events such as hurricanes, tornados and wildfires in other places in the United States. We will offer an AWB community-style acupuncture clinic, in which everyone will receive treatment together at the same time, sitting in a quiet relaxing space. The treatment takes about one hour, wear comfortable and warm clothes.

The Acupuncturist: Graham Marks M.Ac has been in practice for over twenty years and has worked with Acupuncturists without Borders in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake and in Brooklyn after Hurricane Sandy.  Apart from his work with Acupuncturists Without Borders, he has a classical Five Element acupuncture practice in Manhattan near Union Square. www.grahammarksacupuncture.com

The Venue: Honey’s, owned by Arley Marks and Raphael Lyon, is a cocktail bar and meadery located in Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York City’s only meadery, they produce meads combining local honey and herbal infusions. It is a quiet space in a corner of Bushwick that will provide a healing environment for all that need some relief from the unending news cycle as we head into the final week of this election year.

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The treatments are donation based; pay what you can. Clinic is limited to 25 people. 

RSVP to acugraham@gmail.com to reserve a spot.

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