Mon, Feb 28

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The Dancing Camel Yoga Studio

Community Acupuncture and Mini Sound Bath with Magic Moon Medicine

Come Get A Tune Up With Vibration Medicine!

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Community Acupuncture and Mini Sound Bath with Magic Moon Medicine

Time & Location

Feb 28, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PST

The Dancing Camel Yoga Studio, 910 15th St, Anacortes, WA 98221, USA

About the event

Come join us for this relaxing and powerful twice a month event.

During  this experience, You will delve into a meditative state while relaxing  in the nice comfy "nest" you create on your yoga mat. We encourage you  to bring pillows, blankets, and anything else you need to be cozy so  that you can relax while being treated. Once everyone has received  acupuncture, you will be bathed in sound with crystal bowls and chimes to further support your healing journey.

Community  acupuncture is practiced in a group setting. The treatments are   primarily on the front of the body, mainly your ears (auricular), with a  possibly a few other points on your head, hands or feet. The idea is to make acupuncture accessible to all. Please keep in mind, that for more  in depth treatment, you may want to schedule an individual one-on-one  acupuncture session.

Cost: $30

Please bring payment with you or you can pay ahead of time through The Dancing Camel Yoga Studio's Mind Body App.

We ask that you arrive 10-15 minutes before we begin to fill out paperwork.

Please note that the door will be locked at noon so as not to disturb the event.

Thank You and hope to see you there!

ABOUT YOUR HOST-

Jaclyn Schlindwein, LAc, is a licensed acupuncturist and East Asian Medicine Practitioner. She has been trained in Vibration Medicine by many teachers including her Hawaiian Kupuna, Chinese Medicine Shamanic Drumming for Balancing the Elements teacher, CT Holman, Harmonic Sounds for Healing with Rowena McKee, and Crystal Bowl Apprenticeship with Shalom 360- to name a few. She believes that the stressors of everyday life can lead to dissonance within our bodies, but that sound can return us back to balance.

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