Blog by Melissa and David Sokulski, L.Acs.

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Thursday, April 22, 2010

64% off Cosmetic Acupuncture



The Birch Center for Health
is so excited to bring you another great deal in conjunction with Groupon! (We're the "side deal" today through this weekend, you'll find us on the sidebar.)

Today through Sunday, you may purchase a package of 3 Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture Treatments (also known as Cosmetic Acupuncture or "The Acupuncture Facial") for only $130, which is 64% off the regular price!

At only $43 per treatment, this is a great deal, even if you use it for regular acupuncture only! Our facial acupuncture treatments include:

  • a full consultation
  • whole body acupuncture treatment focusing on your specific symptoms, conditions and concerns
  • PLUS points on the face which help reduce wrinkles and blemishes, and bring energy and vitality to the head and face.

Birch Center Master Acupuncturist David Sokulski has been specially trained in facial acupuncture, and brings great care and skill to each treatment.

Many clients report additional benefits to these treatments:

  • increased memory
  • decrease in headaches, anxiety and depression
  • increase in energy and ability to sleep soundly.
Please don't miss this amazing deal!

Groupon Price: $130 for 3 treatments
Regular Price: $360 for 3 treatments
Savings of 64% (save $230!)

Purchase through Groupon today!

Thanks so much!

Sincerely,

Melissa and David Sokulski

Licensed Acupuncturists
The Birch Center for Health
(412) 381-0116

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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Wild Edibles Walks

Wild Edibles Walk at Frick Park Earth Day

It was cold, but we still had a great turnout and great fun at both our walks at Frick Park Earth Day celebration last Saturday! Thanks to everyone who braved the cold!

We saw so many wild edibles...way more was up this year than last year, even though the event was held the same weekend last year! I guess our warm temperatures at the beginning of the month caused a lot more to come up.

Here are some things we saw:

Fiddleheads
Fiddleheads

violets
Violets

garlic mustard, flowering
Garlic Mustard

We also saw:

    dandelion
    burdock
    lambs quarters
    japanese knotweed
    may apple - ripe fruit is only edible part of this plant
    bloodroot (medicinal, not edible)
    mugwort
    cut-leafed toothwort
    onion grass
    jewelweed (poison ivy remedy)
    poison ivy - not edible, please do not eat!



Please join us for our next wild edible walk, which is this Sunday, April 25, 2010 at 11 am at the south side river trail in Pittsburgh! It is $5/person (children under 10 free). For more information visit our events page. Please call (412) 381-0116 to register, so we know to expect you.

Thanks!

~ Melissa and David Sokulski, acupuncturists and herbalists

Food Under Foot
Birch Center for Health

(412) 381-0116

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