The Goldstream food bank serves approximately ten thousand hungry people every year, and about 800-900 people per month, 32% of which are children. “As temperatures climb donations at food banks decline, people need good food to be healthy and StillPoint is here to heal, so we are running a Christmas in July food drive to help support Western Communities residents and the Goldstream Food Bank,” said Jean-Paul Thout, StillPoint Community Acupuncture owner and registered acupuncturist.
Stillpoint Community Acupuncture charges on a sliding scale of $20-50 for treatments, no proof of income required just pay what you can afford, no questions asked. Acupuncture was deemed a designated health profession in Canada under the Health Professions Act on April 1, 1996. Community Acupuncture is effective, safe, and natural. Treatments occur in a spacious room, where everyone can sit quietly in comfortable zero gravity reclining chairs with their sleeves and pant legs rolled up. People enjoy the calming and healing atmosphere during their treatment and even bring their own earphones to listen to their favorite calming music.
Jean-Paul Thuot, R.Ac
Stillpoint Community Acupuncture (http://www.stillpointcommunityacupuncture.com)
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