Mini Acupuncture class in Mont-Tremblant Village Jan. 30!

Hello and Happy Year of the Water Snake!  I sincerely hope that 2013 finds you all doing well and blessed with good health.

I’d like to invite you to an afternoon presentation, a kind of mini course about acupuncture and Chinese medicine, its history, how it works and why the World Health Organization recommends it for a vast number of health conditions.

It takes place Wednesday, January 30 at 1:30-4:00pm and is hosted by the English chapter of the Université de Troisième Âge. Location is Salle des Loisirs, 144 rue du Couvent, in Mt-Tremblant Village.  Admission is $15.  Please register online here or contact coordinator Elaine St-Pierre at (819) 425-9735.

Together we’ll  clear up some misconceptions about this effective health practice that has become my chosen profession. There will be time to ask questions and hopefully all will come away with a heightened awareness about Chinese medicine.

I love this kind of local event because it gives me the chance to meet you, so please register, mark your calendar and bring a friend!
Be well!
Rosemary McDonough, LAc.

Coup de Coeur Fair tomorrow, April 28!

Really looking forward to meeting you tomorrow at the Coup de Coeur Fair in the St-Jovite church hall. I’ll be there all day from 9am -4 pm. Stop by my table and enter my drawing for a chance to win a free treatment!

J’ai hâte de vous voir demain , samedi le 28 avril au Salon Coup de Coeur… Salle de l’église de St-Jovite de 9h00 à 16h00. Visitez ma table et courir une chance à gagner un traitement en acupuncture! Au plaisir!

Acupuncture in Arundel, Quebec!

Last evening I had the pleasure of making my first ever presentation about acupuncture to the community of Arundel, Quebec.  What a wonder-filled experience it was spending time with the warm hearted people of this welcoming rural community situated about 18 km south of  ‘ downtown’  Mont-Tremblant.

The goal of my presentation was simply to increase awareness in the local population about how acupuncture works and how it can help those in need. I expected that a small group of 5 people  might attend (and I would have been thrilled if this were the case, as the total population in Arundel is estimated to be 600.)  Indeed I was very surprised to watch as the room filled up with 23 interested people!

Arundel, Quebec

I had a great time, good questions were posed and I was made to feel very much at home-I was even presented with the gift of homemade bread and organic shea butter soap.

Thank-you Arundel!