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Acupuncture “Happy Hours” at New Lotus Flower Center

Dec 15, 2010 11:34PM

Alise Beccaria

Acupuncture “Happy Hours” at New Lotus Flower Center

Alise Beccaria, owner of Lotus Flower Acupuncture Center, has moved her Brookfield office to 777 Federal Road. There she is offering low-cost Auricular Acupuncture during Acupuncture “Happy Hours” several times a week. Utilizing only five points in the ear, provided in a group setting, this is a great way to affordably deal with stress, to stop smoking, quit caffeine, sugar and other addictive behaviors, and an easy introduction to acupuncture. Gift Certificates, special packages, and full-body acupuncture treatments are also offered, in a private, calm and relaxing setting with warm tea served to customers.

 Alise Beccaria, L.Ac. is licensed to practice acupuncture in both Connecticut and New York and is certified in Acupuncture by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). She earned her Master's of Science in Acupuncture from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York, and earned her BA in Psychology from the State University at Albany. Ms. Beccaria’s education from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine consisted of over 2500 hours of comprehensive and hands on clinical and theoretical training including western medicine. She is currently working on her ADS (Acupuncture Detox Specialist) Certificate.

The new Lotus Flower Acupuncture Center is at 777 Federal Road, Brookfield, next to A Cut Above and Yoga Space. To schedule an appointment call 203.947.3542, or visit LotusFlowerAcupunctureCenter.com where appointments can be booked online 24 hours a day. Connect on Facebook: Lotus Flower Acupuncture Center.

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