Free Acupuncture: May 1st @Turning Point Acupuncture

May First, also known as May Day, is celebrated in many ways around the world. Growing up in a Roman Catholic community on Guam, I first knew May Day as a commemoration of the purity of Mary, the mother of Jesus, where she is celebrated with song and flowers. When we moved to Europe, we joined local communities in May Day festivities usually involving dances and copious amounts of food and drink around the village Maypole, or Maibaum.

But in almost every part of the world, May Day is recognized as a day celebrating the resilience of working class women and men as International Workers' Day. In keeping with that tradition and with the ethic of community acupuncture to provide affordable care for all people, Jessica Feltz at The Turning Point Acupuncture here in Frederick, MD will join the network of community acupuncture clinics around the U.S. and the world offering FREE ACUPUNCTURE open to everyone on Tuesday, May 1, 2012.

To accommodate as many people as possible, Ms. Feltz is offering both morning and afternoon/evening appointments throughout the day (usually the clinic is only open in the afternoon/evenings on Tuesdays). If you don't live in our neck of the woods, please check out the POCA website to find a community acupuncture clinic near you and see if they will be participating too! If you've been on the fence about trying acupuncture, this is your best chance to give it a shot…. or needle (smile).

The sessions are free on May Day, but you must call ahead to reserve your recliner! Here are the details for The Turning Point Acupuncture's May 1st event:

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It's the Annual May Day Event
at The Turning Point Acupuncture

Who:    EVERYONE is invited!

What:   FREE acupuncture for EVERYBODY

When:  Tuesday, May 1st
            9:00 am - 1:00 pm AND 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm


The Turning Point: A Community Acupuncture Center
243 W Patrick Street, Frederick, MD 21701

Why:    In celebration of International Workers' Day

            Save your seat, call 240-405-7878