Introductory Acupuncture Special at Royal Road Clinic
Licensed acupuncturist Adriana Royal of Royal Road Clinic, in Milwaukee, is offering an introductory acupuncture experience to relieve pain. Throughout this month, new patients can mention this Natural Awakenings news brief to receive an intake and initial treatment for only $45—a savings of $30.
“It is important to us to make acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine an accessible and affordable option so that you can commit to your health,” says Royal. “Unfortunately, the more chronic a condition, the longer it takes to treat the pain. With this introductory offer, you can experience the benefits of acupuncture and see if it’s a fit for you, without breaking the bank.”
Research and studies have shown acupuncture to promote relaxation and relieve pain, as the modality triggers the body’s own innate ability to heal itself. “The sooner you get treated, the more likely your body will rebalance itself and begin to heal,” Royal adds.
Location: 1841 N. Prospect Ave., Milwaukee. For more information, call 414-377-3898, email Adriana@RoyalRoadMKE.com or visit RoyalRoadMKE.com.
Edit ModuleShow Tags
More from Natural Awakenings
Starting the week of October 15, Sacred Sound Yoga will offer several classes that blend the healing power of yoga with sound.
Those seeking the latest approaches to natural wellness can explore 40 eclectic exhibits, demonstrations and presentations in holistic and alternative health at the Wellness Body, Mind & Spirit Expo.
During October and November, Cindy Carlson Reiki and Energy Healing is offering a special $45 one-hour reiki session.
Health & Wellness Open Doors takes place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, October 13, in the Shorewood Business District along Oakland Avenue and Capitol Drive.
Ananda Acupuncture & Healing Center is rebranding as Ananda Healing Collective and will focus on divine feminine healing and collaborative energy within their clinic.
Sacred Sound Yoga, a unique musical studio opening in October, will hold yoga classes that include sacred sound healing and beautiful original music played by owner Rosie Rain and her friends.
Dr. Mary Simon, a naturopathic doctor, is now accepting patients at Natural Health Services, located on Milwaukee’s East Side.
Options include a combination of microcurrent frequency therapy, OZone sauna and the Halo Bed dry salt therapy and much more.
Healing arts practitioner Rhiana Tehan, of Be Reiki, has opened a new, larger energy healing facility located at 3082 Main Street, in East Troy.
Dagmara Beine of Zuza’s Way Integrative Care is now offering intravenous (IV) nutrition therapy, which is a method of feeding vitamins, minerals and amino acids directly into the bloodstream to correct intracellular nutrient deficiencies.
Paula Evans offers a flowing style of yoga that connects the movement of the body with the breath. Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and Sri T. Krishnamacharya developed Ashtanga during the 20th century.
The Body Mind Spirit Expo will share a weekend of insights and life-affirming wisdom from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., March 10, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., March 11, at the Grand Stay Hotel & Suites Milwaukee Airport.