New Look, New Hours and New Offerings at Barefoot Acupuncture




Barefoot Acupuncture Clinic has undergone a “space lift” with a recent remodel, creating an even cozier and more inviting waiting area. A broken hot water heater flood disaster from late 2017 has washed away the old energy, including the carpets, leaving the newly buffed, smooth cement floors in its wake. An area rug and comfortable couch have replaced the desks, creating the space for future classes and workshops to begin in September.

Along with the remodel, the hours of operation have been revised, allowing greater flexibility for people to be able to schedule appointments before work, during lunch or in the evening.

Barefoot Acupuncture will also be offering new services, which can be enjoyed in person or by phone. Tracy Minton-Matesz is offering a variety of readings, energy healing, hypnotherapy for weight loss and smoking cessation, and personal development coaching. They will also have a Heretic Health and Hypnosis class on Saturday, September 15, where attendees will learn how to lose weight, reduce pain and improve health by doing the opposite of what the “experts” advise!

Barefoot Acupuncture has been serving the Phoenix metro area with affordable acupuncture for pain, stress and health maintenance for more than 10 years.

Location: 6722 E. Avalon Dr., Ste. 1, Scottsdale. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 602-954-8016 or visit Barefoot-Acupuncture.com.

 

 

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