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Free acupuncture seminars in Eagle

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Vail, CO Colorado

EAGLE, Colorado – Susan Engle, licensed acupuncturist and owner of Laughing Buddha Community Acupuncture will offer four free seminars in January to discuss the benefits of acupuncture and help you determine if acupuncture is right for you. If you have been considering trying this age-old form of healthcare, but have questions or reservations, attend a free seminar.

Topics will include:

•-Wednesday – Acupuncture 101: Engle will share a brief introduction to acupuncture and explain Chinese Medical theory and how it works. Attendees will be given an opportunity to ask questions followed by demonstration of a simple acupuncture treatment.

•-Jan. 12 – Acupuncture for pain relief: This seminar will focus on pain issues including both long-standing and acute injury caused by trauma. Discover how it works and find out how it can help you.

•-Jan. 19 – Acupuncture and cancer: Acupuncture is great supportive cancer care, Engle says. Even if you or your loved one has decided to follow a Western medical treatment plan, acupuncture can support the body and mind through the process. Treatment side effects can be reduced and sometimes eliminated with the use of a few fine needles. Acupuncture is also great follow-up treatment to rebuild your immune system, help with fatigue and get you back to feeling like yourself again.

•-Jan. 26 – Acupuncture to manage stress: Most acupuncture patients find their treatment to be a very relaxing and rejuvenating experience. Stress is all around us and over time it can wreak havoc on our bodies. Find out how taking just one hour out of your busy week for an acupuncture treatment can benefit your health and help you manage your stress.

These seminars will be held at Laughing Buddha Community Acupuncture, 236 West 3rd Street in Eagle (on the corner of Hwy 6 and 3rd Street). Call to reserve a space or just drop in. Call 970-309-9253 with any questions or visit us online at

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