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Relieve stress and help raise money for Curt’s Café South – 12pm
September 29, 2015 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm$20
Benefits of a stress relief treatment include:
- Increased calmness,
- Relief from stress and emotional trauma,
- Better sleep, and
- A discovery of inner quiet and strength
How: You will be treated in a group, sitting up in chairs, fully clothed. Amy will place up to five small, sterilized disposable needles into specific sites on each ear. If you don’t want to have acupuncture, you can still benefit from the treatment by sitting with the group.
When: Tuesday, September 29th at 8:30am and 12pm at Curt’s South or 6:30pm at Curt’s on Central
Where: Curt’s Café South, 1813 Dempster St, Evanston
Cost: $20, proceeds will benefit Curt’s Café South
Call North shore Acupuncture Center at 815-814-1319 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot. Space is limited!
What is Curt’s Café?
The philosophy of Curt’s Café is to “dine with purpose”: enjoy great food and help our community at the same time. In addition to offering delicious food and a comfortable space, Curt’s Café is a non-profit organization that provides training in food service and life skills, for at-risk youth in Evanston.
How can you contribute if you cannot make the event?
If you cannot attend, but would like to donate to Curt’s Café, you can mail checks written out to Curt’s Café to Northshore Acupuncture Center at 2906 Central St #189, Evanston, IL 60201 or you can make a donation on Curt’s website (see the orange Donate Now button on the right). If you make a donation through the website, please send an email to email@example.com with the donation amount, so that we can track our progress towards our goal.
What are participants from previous Stress Relief Treatments saying?
“I can’t believe how good I slept! I’m ready to go again!” Karla Brewer
“Amy, never did I think sticking 5 needles in my ear would help me sleep so soundly…thanks so much!” Michael Cho
“I actually slept through the night. Usually my eyes open on their own at 2am but I actually woke up at 4:55am – which made me very happy. Felt very rested.” Rachel Canning
“Feel calm and great peace of mind this morning. Just went for a run and it felt easy!” Andrea Godfread Brown