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Horses Help to host educational event on Human Acupuncture

Horses Help is offering a spectacular educational event on Human Acupuncture! Featuring Annie Vedeler, L.Ac, a nationally accredited acupuncturist.

Horses Help is offering a spectacular educational event on Human Acupuncture! Have you ever wanted to know what acupuncture and Chinese medicine are all about? Perhaps you have an unrelenting, chronic pain condition and you have tried all other types of traditional therapies with minimal results and wondered if acupuncture could help you? Maybe you have tried acupuncture once and had a bad experience, or you are just plain terrified of needles! Now is your chance!!
 

Annie Vedeler, L.Ac

Annie Vedeler, L.Ac


Annie Vedeler, L.Ac is a nationally accredited acupuncturist with six years of private practice in the valley. She will be presenting at Horses Help on October 12 from 6:00-7:30 pm to share with you her knowledge and experience, stories from her practice, some Chinese medical theory, some humor and even a live acupuncture demonstration with up to 5 members of the audience.
She will also be teaching you five acupressure points that you can apply in your own life to help with nausea, pain, fatigue and to calm anxiety!
Learn how acupuncture works, how it might benefit you, what types of disorders it treats and see a live demonstration for yourself!
Horses Help is offering this event free to those that pre-register. The event will be held on October 12, 2017, from 6 pm – 7:30 pm.
Horses Help is located at 2601 E. Rose Garden Lane, Phoenix 85050. Please contact Dr. Pat Evans, Community Education Coordinator, to reserve your seat at pat.e@horseshelp.org.

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Horses Help is a PATH International Premier Accredited therapeutic and recreational agency that has been providing Equine Assisted Therapies and Activities since 1987. Utilizing specially trained horses, PATH International-Certified Instructors, AHA-Certified Physical and Occupational Therapists, and community volunteers we serve participants ranging in age from three to seniors. Participants enjoy weekly sessions enabling them to learn horsemanship, riding skills, build horse and human relationships, and receive therapy.

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