NeuroScience + Acupuncture, Yi Acu Clinic Interactive Event

Thu Apr 25 2024 at 08:00 am to 09:00 am

76 Canal St ste 300 | Boston

NeuroScience + Acupuncture, Yi Acu Clinic Interactive Event
Join and learn how to conduct Acupressure to alleviate pain and discomfort. No prior medical experience is needed.
About this Event

NeuroScience + Acupuncture = Yi Acu Clinic.

Your wellness can be at your finger tips, literally. Join us and learn how.

Select a date and JOIN

Sudden discomfort- headaches, back pain, neck pain, injuries, cramps, stomachaches, nausea, ear ringing, insomnia, panic attacks, allergies, sore throat, red eyes, fever, flu...

Deeper and chronic issues- depression, asthma,

eczema, psoriasis, arthritis, or weight gain...

Master these quick and easy acupressure techniques for instant relief!

Don't miss the opportunity to learn from an authoritative TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine)

practitioner. Practice your skills to save yourself and others.

The event is on weekday mornings from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Following the below link to RSVP with Yi Acu Clinic on is required due to limited seating:

Select a date and JOIN: and earn Favr points with Yi Acu Clinic that you can use towards treatments.

holds a Ph.D. in Neuroscience and Physiology from Japan and a Master's Degree in

Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture from China.

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combines modern neuroscience with ancient acupuncture to restore your body to its optimal state. We provide solutions for pain management, relief from conditions like conditions such as anxiety, insomnia, skin diseases, hearing impairment, sexual dysfunction, men's and women's health issues, as well as Alzheimer's disease and cancer treatment, and more.

when—Everything else has failed; --You first experience discomfort; --Anywhere in between.


Event Venue & Nearby Stays

76 Canal St ste 300, 76 Canal Street Ste 300, Boston, United States


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