Acupuncture & Associated Therapies will have a VERY SOFT OPENING starting June 22nd

A Very Soft Opening

Acupuncture & Associated Therapies will have a VERY SOFT OPENING starting June 22nd. What does this mean? Well, lots of changes.
It’s a new world in the office these days. Right now the office is in a major transition which involves working out how things will be handled slowly. Please be patient and most importantly stay safe. The virus is still with us even though things appear to be getting better. We are all thankful for that but we have a new reality that requires great respect.

The office will be open Monday and Thursday with abbreviated hours (no early morning times, no late in the day times available). There is no office staff and because of new regulations and procedures, appointment times are greatly spread out limiting the number of people that can be seen.

I am forming a waiting list of people who would like appointments. If you would like to be on that list you can do it one of two ways – call the office at 508.539.0299 and leave a message with your name and phone number or email the office at I’ll get back to you to schedule a time to see you. I can imagine that many people are ready for a “tune-up” and it will be wonderful to see everyone.

Maxine Bornstein and Debra Avery will also be offering sessions again! Yay! Our resident wizards are here to help us with all of the transitions. Thank you to them. They can be reached by contacting them personally, see below.

We still aren’t able to offer chair yoga because of social distancing but Barb will be back when regulations allow. She is doing Zoom classes with success. If you’d like to join contact her personally at or 508-633-8414. She’d love to add you to the class.

More updates will come as things progress. I’m sure this is not news to anyone. But, haven’t we had an interesting shift? It will be fascinating to meet up with everyone to hear what’s been happening for you!

See you soon, Stay Safe, Love life!
Arlene Myers, Lic. Ac.
Acupuncture & Associated Therapies

Author: Katy Acheson

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