Join us to experience the healing power of acupuncture in a group setting. Reduce pain and stress, gain clarity, and find peace while enhancing your body’s ability to heal and protect itself.
Community acupuncture provides an opportunity for people to come together in a supportive environment and share their experiences with one another. With this form of treatment, individuals can benefit from the healing power of acupuncture while also being part of a community that supports each other.
Join us for this effective and affordable way to reduce stress, increase energy levels, improve sleep quality, and provide relief from pain. In our community acupuncture setting at the Dayaalu Center, we have 3-4 treatment tables, chairs, or floor cushions where we are able to treat 3-5 people in the same room at a time. Each treatment lasts 30-60 minutes depending on the issues being treated and your own time constraints.
For more information, visit www.farmhandsmed.com/community-acupuncture.
Tim McGee, EAMP, LAc is an acupuncturist and herbalist on Bainbridge Island. He and his wife, Debbie Nicol-McGee LMP, own and operate Farm Hands Acupuncture and Massage on Bainbridge. Tim believes that acupuncture should be affordable and accessible to everyone and is honored to offer community acupuncture at Dayaalu. Tim graduated from Bastyr University in 2015 and has been working as a licensed acupuncturist ever since. He places a strong emphasis in his understanding of natural medicine on observing and working with the elements and the natural flow of life. His acupuncture is gentle, to the point, and effective. Besides acupuncture and herbalism, Tim is a farmer and permaculturist. He is currently developing a small holding where he grows a diverse array of fruits, vegetables, and herbs.
Thursdays, 6:00-8:30pm at the Dayaalu Center
Please wear loose clothes. Feel free to arrive at any time in the 2.5-hour window. Walk-ins welcome.
Cost: Sliding Scale of $20-$60