Acupuncture Happy Hour
We know you’ve had a busy week and could really use some quality relaxation time, so I and fellow acupuncturist Aaron Winning are offering a special acupuncture event just for you on Friday, August 17th from 5-7 p.m. Grab some friends and tell them to meet you after work at the Austin Bodyworker for acupuncture and bodywork.
Treatments are in a group setting, aka “community-style,” and you will be amazed by how soothing it is to share a chillaxation space with a few other folks. While instantaneous relaxation is a virtual guarantee, improved mood, better sleep, decreased pain, enhanced recovery and more energy are among the lasting benefits of these acupuncture treatments.
• The Austin Bodyworker, 916 West 12th Street Suite D, 78703
• Auricular, scalp, hand and/or foot acupuncture while clothed in a group setting
Treatments are focused with a brief intake and are administered in a chair or on a table.
Last person is treated 30 min. before closing.
• Additional Info: 619.723.6705
All ages welcome, but under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
If you can’t make it to Acupuncture Happy Hour, you are welcome to schedule a private session during the week at 619.723.6705 or by using the Online Scheduler
Acupuncture is provided by:
George Tabares L.Ac.
George earned his Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree from AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in Austin, TX. He has been a health care professional since 1999, first as a personal trainer and bodyworker and later as a holistic health practitioner and nutritionist.
Now a Licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist, George has clinical experience treating patients of all ages presenting with orthopedic, neurological, autoimmune, respiratory, digestive, reproductive and psychological conditions.
Aaron Winning L.Ac.
Aaron Winning has been involved in fitness & sports his whole life. He attended Ball State University & graduated with an Exercise Science degree. Aaron has been professionally coaching & personal training since 2001.
During this time he continued his education & acquired a Masters degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine. He specializes in sports medicine using holistic modalities such as fire-cupping, acupuncture, kinesio-taping, and herbal medicine.