Free Acupuncture Open House: May 4

April 30, 2013 by  
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Free acupuncture treatments at this Saturday’s open house…

When money’s tight, expenditure on our own wellbeing is often the first thing that’s lopped off the budget. So thanks to Dominic Villanueva at Desert Lotus Acupuncture for sending the heads-up on their open house with free acupuncture treatments.

The Desert Lotus Acupuncture open house is on Saturday May 4, 2013, from 11 am to 3  pm.  During the open house, visitors can get a free acupuncture treatment on a first-come, first-served basis. Just show up, and there are no special requirements.

You can also ask a nationally certified Doctor of Oriental Medicine your questions about acupuncture, and they’ll have drawings for door prizes too!

I’ve had acupuncture for various conditions, and I’m very squeamish, but the needles are so fine that I’ve never experienced it hurting at all. Plucking my eyebrows is more painful… and the results generally not as good!

Desert Lotus Acupuncture is located at 10301 Comanche Road NE, Suite 4. If you have any questions, contact them at (505) 550-2227.

Note: As with all service providers in the wellbeing area, we don’t endorse any particular business, we just report the deals. It’s up to the customer to check out services for suitability.

–Tania


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Free Acupuncture Open House: April 28

April 27, 2012 by  
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Free acupuncture treatments both with needles and needle-free, at this Saturday’s open house…

When money’s tight, expenditure on our own wellbeing is often the first thing that’s lopped off the budget. So thanks to Dominic at Desert Lotus Acupuncture for sending the head-up on their open house with free acupuncture treatments.

The Desert Lotus Acupuncture open house is on Saturday April 28, 2012, from 11 am to 5  pm.  During the open house, visitors can ask nationally certified Doctors of Oriental Medicine any questions about acupuncture. Between 1 pm and 4:30 pm you can also get free acupuncture treatments.

I’ve had acupuncture for various conditions, and I’m very squeamish, but the needles are so fine that I’ve never experienced it hurting at all. Plucking my eyebrows is more painful. And the results generally not as good. However, if you’re super-sensitive about needles, they are also offering needle-free treatments. So that would be acupuncture without the puncture :-) 

The open house welcomes all ages, and the non-profit organization will also have door prizes/a raffle.

Desert Lotus Acupuncture is located at 10301 Comanche Road NE.

Note: As with all service providers in the wellbeing area, we don’t endorse any particular business, we just report the deals. It’s up to the customer to check out services for suitability.

–Tania

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Free and Low Cost Acupuncture

February 1, 2012 by  
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Here’s a sharp deal (ouch!) on acupuncture – with free treatments for new patients, and a host of other acupuncture specials, including discounts for military patients and families

Let’s get to the point: I’ve had acupuncture treatments, and for all my bad puns it doesn’t hurt at all. And I’m so squeamish I watch entire episodes of Grey’s Anatomy with my eyes closed (except for when McDreamy comes on). I’ve also found acupuncture effective for various conditions, although it has not yet cured my insatiable craving to save CASH!

So it’s good to know about these Casita Community Acupuncture deals:

  • Free acupuncture in February 2012 for new patients on Fridays from 2-6 pm.
  • Their regular low cost acupuncture treatments are charged on a sliding scale of $20 – 40 per session, depending how much patients decide they can afford. Expect to pay a $10 paperwork fee on your first visit.
  • Get 7 treatments for the price of 6 to save even more with the Frequent Patient Card.
  • A $60 pass is good for 7 visits within a 7 day period, and they say it might be suited for intensive work on issues such as severe pain, weight loss, or smoking cessation.
  • Get a free treatment when you refer 3 new patients.
  • All active duty military personnel, veterans, and their immediate families are treated at the military discount rate of $15. Take military ID with you.

Casita Community Acupuncture offers treatments in a community setting – meaning you’re in an open space near other patients rather than in a private room. CCA says this is the traditional Asian style of acupuncture treatment, and is the reason for the affordable acupuncture sessions, which usually last one hour (or 75 minutes for a first visit).

Casita Community Acupuncture is located at 2117 San Mateo NE.

Note: As with all service providers in the wellbeing area, we don’t endorse any particular business, we just report the deals. It’s up to the customer to check out services for suitability.

–Tania

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Deals at Three Acupuncture Clinics

July 19, 2011 by  
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When money’s tight, expenditure on our own wellbeing is often the first thing that’s lopped off the budget. So it’s good to see these three Albuquerque acupuncture clinics stepping up with such great offers.

Nob Hill Community Acupuncture

During the month of July 2011, the new Nob Hill Community Acupuncture is offering a first session for $15 to new clients, and also waiving the usual new client consultation fee of $10.

Regular fees are pretty good too, on a sliding scale of $20 – $40, according to what you can afford. Military and students get a further price break of $15 – $40 sliding scale. (Take your ID!) This is Asian-style acupuncture practiced in a group setting, by Doctor of Oriental Medicine, Eric J. Montoya. There’s a rather nifty Nob Hill Community Acupuncture online booking system for appointments if you want to see at once the appointment times available, and/or you don’t want to speak to an actual human being. Or call (505) 232 2870. Find them at 4118-A Central Ave SE.

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Casita Community Acupuncture

Current promotions at Casita Community Acupuncture include:

  • Sliding scale fees reduced to $15 – $40 per session (usually $20 – $40 per session) through August 31, 2011
  • Two for One Tuesdays. Take a friend from 10 am – 7 pm on Tuesdays and pay for only one treatment through August 31
  • Unlimited one-week pass on a sliding scale of $45 – $65 for as many visits as you wish within 7 days.
  • Military discount fee is $15 for active military, veterans, and immediate families with ID.
  • Get 7 treatments for the price of 6 to save even more with the Frequent Patient Card.

Expect to pay a $10 paperwork fee on your first visit. Casita Community Acupuncture offers treatments in a community setting – meaning you’re in an open space near other patients rather than in a private room. Casita Community Acupuncture is located at 2117 San Mateo NE, call (505) 750 8224 for appoinments, although they also take walk-ins if space is available.

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Golden Needle Acupuncture

Golden Needle Acupuncture  is becoming a non-profit, and has already started offering their non-profit rate. That’s $20 for private acupuncture sessions (as opposed to treatment in a community setting) that are typically 45 to 60 minutes long. New patients pay a $10 paperwork fee too. Make an appointment in advance with either of the Doctors of Oriental Medicine: Dominic Villanueva on (505) 550-6108 or M Jacob Schmalzriedt on (505) 550-2227.
Golden Needle Acupuncture is located at 10301 Comanche Rd NE, at Comanche and Morris.

Note: As with all service providers, especially in the wellbeing area, we don’t endorse any particular business, we just report the deals. It’s up to the customer to check out services for suitability.

–Tania

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Free Acupuncture Day and 2 for 1 on May Sundays

April 28, 2011 by  
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Here’s a sharp deal (ouch!) on acupuncture – with a free treatment day, a “bring a new patient for free” May offer, and discounts for military patients and families…

We’ve mentioned the low cost acupuncture clinic Casita Community Acupuncture before, and reader Katie dropped us an email to say: “This is my acupuncture practitioner and they are great!” 

I’ve also found acupuncture effective for various conditions, although it has not yet cured my insatiable craving to save CASH!

So it’s good to know that on Sunday May 1, 2011, you can get free acupuncture between
9 am– 1 pm for Casita Community Acupuncture’s Free Acupuncture Day. Just walk in, no appointment is needed.

This is part of the  Community Acupuncture Network May Day celebration. According to the list at the link, other clinics offering free acupuncture on May 1 are:

  • Community Acupuncture on Vermont in Albuquerque  
  • We the People Community Acupuncture in Santa Fe

Plus, at Casita Community Acupuncture on Sundays in May, if a current patient takes a new patient with them, the new patient can try acupuncture for free!  The 2 for 1 acupuncture deal is for Sundays only from 9 am- 1pm through the end of May, 2011.

Casita Community Acupuncture regular low cost acupuncture rates:

  • Treatments are charged on a sliding scale of $20 – 40 per session, depending how much patients decide they can afford. Expect to pay a $10 paperwork fee on your first visit.
  • Get 7 treatments for the price of 6 to save even more with the Frequent Patient Card.
  • All active duty military personnel, veterans, and their immediate families are treated at the military discount rate of $15. Take military ID with you.

Casita Community Acupuncture offers treatments in a community setting – meaning you’re in an open space near other patients rather than in a private room. CCA says this is the traditional Asian style of acupuncture treatment, and is the reason for the affordable acupuncture sessions, which usually last one hour (or 75 minutes for a first visit).

Casita Community Acupuncture is located at 2117 San Mateo NE.

Note: As with all service providers, especially in the wellbeing area, we don’t endorse any particular business, we just report the deals. It’s up to the customer to check out services for suitability.

–Tania

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Acupuncture $20 Golden Needle

April 19, 2011 by  
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Golden Needle Acupuncture sent word that they’re offering acupuncture for $20 per session.

These are private acupuncture sessions (as opposed to treatment in a community setting) and are typically 45 to 60 minutes long. Golden Needle Acupuncture is in the process of becoming a non-profit, and the practictioners have decided to start offering the non-profit rates NOW!  Prices aren’t mentioned at the Golden Needle website – we’ve just heard (and confirmed) the offer via email.

$20 for acupuncture? Sounds like a great way to pin down a sharp deal!

New patients pay a $10 paperwork fee, so the first (slightly longer) visit comes to $30 including paperwork, and all subsequent acupuncture sessions are $20. That rate applies to as many appointments as you wish, and there is no expiry date right now.  (Although if you’re reading this at some future date looooooong after this deal was posted, check with Golden Needle Acupuncture in case fees change.)

You need to make an appointment in advance with either of the Doctors of Oriental Medicine:
Dominic Villanueva  on (505) 550-6108 or M Jacob Schmalzriedt on (505) 550-2227.

Golden Needle Acupuncture is located at 10301 Comanche Rd NE, at Comanche and Morris.

Note: As with all service providers, especially in the wellbeing area, we don’t endorse any particular business, we just report the deals. It’s up to the customer to check out services for suitability.

–Tania

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Free Acupuncture Day and $20 March Special

March 2, 2011 by  
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Here’s a sharp deal (ouch!) on acupuncture – with a free treatment day, a $20 March special, and discounts for military patients and families…

We’ve mentioned the low cost acupuncture clinic Casita Community Acupuncture before, and reader Katie dropped us an email to say: “This is my acupuncture practitioner and they are great!” 

I’ve also found acupuncture effective for various conditions, although it has not yet cured my insatiable craving to save CASH!

So it’s good to know that on Saturday March 5, 2011, you can get free acupuncture between
9 am– 1 pm for Casita Community Acupuncture’s Free Acupuncture Day. Just walk in, no appointment is needed.

Plus, during the entire month of March, new patients get their first visit for $20. I suspect that for the March acupuncture deal you need to make an advance appointment.

Casita Community Acupuncture regular low cost acupuncture rates:

  • Treatments are charged on a sliding scale of $20 – 40 per session, depending how much patients decide they can afford. Expect to pay a $10 paperwork fee on your first visit.
  • Get 7 treatments for the price of 6 to save even more with the Frequent Patient Card.
  • All active duty military personnel, veterans, and their immediate families are treated at the military discount rate of $15. Take military ID with you.

Casita Community Acupuncture offers treatments in a community setting – meaning you’re in an open space near other patients rather than in a private room. CCA says this is the traditional Asian style of acupuncture treatment, and is the reason for the affordable acupuncture sessions, which usually last one hour (or 75 minutes for a first visit).

Casita Community Acupuncture is located at 2117 San Mateo NE.

Note: As with all service providers, especially in the wellbeing area, we don’t endorse any particular business, we just report the deals. It’s up to the customer to check out services for suitability.

–Tania

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Free Acupuncture Day and 2 for 1 February Special

January 26, 2011 by  
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Here’s a sharp deal (ouch!) on acupuncture – with a free treatment day, a “bring a new patient for free” February offer, and discounts for military patients and families…

We’ve mentioned the low cost acupuncture clinic Casita Community Acupuncture before, and reader Katie dropped us an email to say: “This is my acupuncture practitioner and they are great!” 

I’ve also found acupuncture effective for various conditions, although it has not yet cured my insatiable craving to save CASH!

So it’s good to know that on Saturday January 29, 2011, you can get free acupuncture between
9 am2 pm for Casita Community Acupuncture’s Free Acupuncture Day. Just walk in, no appointment is needed.

Plus, during the entire month of February, if a current patient brings in a new patient, the new patient can try acupuncture for free!  The 2 for 1 February acupuncture deal requires an advance appointment.

Casita Community Acupuncture regular low cost acupuncture rates:

  • Treatments are charged on a sliding scale of $20 – 40 per session, depending how much patients decide they can afford. Expect to pay a $10 paperwork fee on your first visit.
  • Get 7 treatments for the price of 6 to save even more with the Frequent Patient Card.
  • All active duty military personnel, veterans, and their immediate families are treated at the military discount rate of $15. Take military ID with you.

Casita Community Acupuncture offers treatments in a community setting – meaning you’re in an open space near other patients rather than in a private room. CCA says this is the traditional Asian style of acupuncture treatment, and is the reason for the affordable acupuncture sessions, which usually last one hour (or 75 minutes for a first visit).

Casita Community Acupuncture is located at 2117 San Mateo NE.

Note: As with all service providers, especially in the wellbeing area, we don’t endorse any particular business, we just report the deals. It’s up to the customer to check out services for suitability.

–Tania

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Free Acupuncture Day: December 4

November 29, 2010 by  
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Here’s a sharp deal (ouch!) on acupuncture – with a free treatment day, a “bring a new patient for free” December offer, and discounts for military patients and families…

We’ve mentioned the low cost acupuncture clinic Casita Community Acupuncture before, and reader Katie dropped us an email to say: “This is my acupuncture practitioner and they are great!” 

I’ve also found acupuncture effective for various conditions, although it has not yet cured my insatiable craving to save CASH!

So it’s good to know that on Saturday December 4, 2010, you can get free acupuncture between
9 am2 pm for Casita Community Acupuncture’s Free Acupuncture Day. Just walk in, no appointment is needed.

Plus, during the entire month of December, if a current patient brings in a new patient, the new patient can try acupuncture for free!

Casita Community Acupuncture regular low cost acupuncture rates:

  • Treatments are charged on a sliding scale of $20 – 40 per session, depending how much patients decide they can afford. Expect to pay a $10 paperwork fee on your first visit.
  • Get 7 treatments for the price of 6 to save even more with the Frequent Patient Card.
  • All active duty military personnel, veterans, and their immediate families are treated at the military discount rate of $15. Take military ID with you.

Casita Community Acupuncture offers treatments in a community setting – meaning you’re in an open space near other patients rather than in a private room. CCA says this is the traditional Asian style of acupuncture treatment, and is the reason for the affordable acupuncture sessions, which usually last one hour (or 75 minutes for a first visit).

Casita Community Acupuncture is located at 2117 San Mateo NE.

Note: As with all service providers in the wellbeing area, we don’t endorse any particular business, we just report the deals. It’s up to the customer to check out services for suitability.

–Tania

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Low Cost Acupuncture

September 21, 2010 by  
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Here’s a sharp deal (ouch!) on acupuncture – including fees waived for new patients, a free treatment day, and discounts for military patients and families.

Let’s get to the point: I’ve had acupuncture treatments, and for all my bad puns it doesn’t hurt at all. And I’m so squeamish I watch entire episodes of Gray’s Anatomy with my eyes closed (except for when McDreamy comes on). I’ve also found acupuncture effective for various conditions, although it has not yet cured my insatiable craving to save CASH!

So I’m pleased to find several ways to save cash at the low cost acupuncture clinic Casita Community Acupuncture.

  • Casita Community Acupuncture is waiving the $10 first time paperwork fee for new patients through September 30, 2010
  • Their low cost acupuncture treatments are charged on a sliding scale of $20 – 40 per session, depending how much patients decide they can afford
  • Get 7 treatments for the price of 6 to save even more with the Frequent Patient Card
  • All active duty military personnel, veterans, and their immediate families are treated at the military discount rate of $15. Take military ID with you.
  • Get free acupuncture on their next Free Acupuncture Day: Saturday, October 9, UPDATE: October 16, 2010 from 9 am2 pm

Casita Community Acupuncture offers treatments in a community setting – meaning you’re in an open space near other patients rather than in a private room. CCA says this is the traditional Asian style of acupuncture treatment, and is the reason for the affordable acupuncture sessions, which usually last one hour (or 75 minutes for a first visit).

Casita Community Acupuncture is located at 2117 San Mateo NE.

Note: As with all service providers in the wellbeing area, we don’t endorse any particular business, we just report the deals. It’s up to the customer to check out services for suitability.

–Tania

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