Left Hand Valley Courier article on Southwest Acupuncture College Boulder Campus Reopening for the New Year! 

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Click on image above to read the article on the Purple Heart for Southwest Acupuncture College! 


Santa Fe Campus Student Jessica Dicker has been published! Click here to read more! 


 


Our very own Executive Director, Dr. Skya Abbate, published another book! Click the image above to download the order form. 

 
 

  



 


Samara Reigh Opening Chicago Clinic, Blue Island Traditional Medicine

Samara, and her business partner Beatrice, have a gorgeous new space for the clinic leased and the doors will open mid-May. If anyone is ever in Chicago, please visit. For those that do live in Chicago, come on down to Pilsen! They would be delighted to treat you.

Two years ago, Samara and Beatrice started an organization bringing their services (acupuncture & trigger point therapy) to homeless shelters on Chicago’s West and South sides.  They're continuing the volunteer work, but are also excited to be opening a bilingual community clinic in the Pilsen neighborhood, where they'll be serving the general public. Samara believes that holistic and preventive medicine are powerful, effective, transformative tools that should be utilized as public health strategies and made available to the whole population. She has thought this for a long time, and this clinic is her way of putting that idea into action.

They have managed to secure a small business loan from a non-profit to cover some of the start-up expenses, but are reaching out to the community as well to help get them all the way there. 

Update June 20, 2018!  The clinic is off to a great start! They have had an enthusiastic response from the community and our schedules are already filling up. Our Grand Opening party will be this Saturday and we are very excited to welcome everyone into our beautiful space that we've worked so very hard on :)


Brodie Welch in the Huffington Post

Brodie Welch is a Chinese Medicine expert, Licensed Acupuncturist, self-care strategist, and teacher. She empowers women to show up for themselves, tune into their own inner wisdom, and tweak their daily habits so they can feel their best. She practices and teaches Chinese Medicine, yoga, meditation, qi gong, stress relief, and habit change in Corvallis, Oregon, and offers innovative learn-from-anywhere classes at brodiewelch.com. Read more here. by Dagmar Ehling, MAc, LAc, DOM

Evolution is a progression that continues to evolve through cycles of heating cooling, moistening and drying, contraction and expansion. These processes enable bacteria and other microorganisms to grow. Nature evolves in harmony with these cycles and always seeks an equilibrium. Read more here.


Oriental Medicine: An Introduction 
 by Dagmar Ehling, MAc, LAc, DOM

Evolution is a progression that continues to evolve through cycles of heating cooling, moistening and drying, contraction and expansion. These processes enable bacteria and other microorganisms to grow. Nature evolves in harmony with these cycles and always seeks an equilibrium. Read more here.