Free Stress-relief Acupuncture in Manhattan – Hurricane Sandy Response


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Free 30-minute Stress-relief Acupuncture
The Center
208 West 13th Street, between 7th and 8th Avenues
Room 310
Wednesday 11/07 and Thursday 11/08
11AM to 6PM

Thanks to the tireless efforts of Acupuncturists Without Borders and its volunteers, acupuncturists in New York City, Westchester and New Jersey have been offering free acupuncture to people affected by Hurricane Sandy. Acupuncture is being used to help reduce the stress, trauma and anxiety of being displaced from your home and suffering other loses.

The LGBT Community Center has graciously donated a room to Acupuncturists Without Borders to use on Wednesday, November 7th, and Thursday, November 8th, so that we can offer free auricular (ear-only) acupuncture to residents of Chelsea, the West Village and all New Yorkers feeling a little, or a lot, stressed by Hurricane Sandy. Treatments last about 30 minutes. Feel free to stop by some much needed stress relief. All are welcome. This is also a great opportunity to check out all of the resources the Center offers.

Subway and PATH Directions
1, 2, or 3 to 14th Street and 7th Avenue
A, C, E, or L to 14th Street and 8th Avenue
F or V to 14th Street and 6th Avenue
PATH to 14th Street and 6th Avenue

Please help spread the word by sharing this website, looking for Acupuncturists Without Borders on Facebook, or by downloading and passing around flyer.

Acupuncturists Without Borders provides trauma recovery services nationally and internationally using ear acupuncture as well as other protocols. These services have helped more than 60,000 people recover after Hurricane Katrina, the Iowa floods, the California wildfires, the Boulder wildfires, and with traumatized populations in Nepal, Ecuador, Mongolia, and Haiti. Many have said the treatment helped save their lives. To read more about Acupuncturists Without Borders, please read this About AWB.

To read more about what Acupuncturists Without Borders is doing in the New York and New Jersey, please download their AWB Sandy Response Press Release.

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