August 25, 2020
Solution Based Acupuncture Closes this Chapter
Dear Friends of Acupuncture,
It has been my pleasure to treat you these past three years of Solution Based Acupuncture. But, as with so many businesses, COVID-19 has forced a new chapter onto my practice. With the closing of the Madrona House Apothecary, Solution Based Acupuncture will be taking a six-month hiatus from seeing patients in person after August 25th, 2020.
I will continue to see patients through my online offerings as well as sending out seasonal self-care newsletters (please feel free to share these with friends and family!). I will also be available to answer any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The past three years have been a transformative experience and I am so grateful for the chance to meet and work with so many of you. I am looking forward to what this next chapter will bring!
Take care and stay healthy,
July 17th, 2018
Solution Based Acupuncture Celebrates its First Birthday!
Dear Friends of Solution Based Acupuncture,
Can you believe that it has already been one year since Solution Based Acupuncture first opened its doors in August of 2017? From hosting a salon on the 'The Three Symbols of Chinese Medicine,' to building a website and social media platform, to refining my style of acupuncture, this past year has been a whirlwind of learning, growth, and development both personally and professionally.
Year Two promises to be even better!
First, acupuncture is now my full-time job so I can devote all my time to helping more people and becoming an even better healer.
Second, Solution Based Acupuncture is expanding into two locations: the original Seward Park and the new Madrona House Apothecary. With this expansion, I am happy to offer new hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Finally, to make booking an appointment even easier, I have added an online scheduler to my website so you can find a time that works best for you!
I look forward to continuing to grow and learn with all of you. Without your support, Solution Based Acupuncture would not be what it is today.