Points of Interest: NADA Protocol

The NADA protocol is a set of 5 ear acupuncture points Treats anxiety, stress, addiction, and behavioral health conditions.National Acupuncture Detox Association (NADA) protocol was officially named a treatment style in 1985 by the Director of Lincoln Detox, Michael Smith.NADA has its roots in black history and the black liberation movement of the 1970’s. This … Continue reading

October 11, 2020 Acupuncture

Schedule Specifics

We have opened up the schedule a bit. Margaret will be in the office Tuesday/Thursday evenings and Saturday/Sunday mid-day. She’ll be focusing her acupuncture and cupping talents on clients then and can even throw some herbs into the mix Mike will be in the office Monday and Wednesday evenings. We are trying to emphasize the … Continue reading

May 7, 2020 Acupuncture

New World, New Clinic

Hi everyone, Traditionally we have treated clients in a group setting using recliners, hence the “community.” With the current state of the corona virus creating the need to maintain distance between individuals to prevent spread, we are modifying our approach so that we can continue to provide accessible acupuncture. Initially we will be using our … Continue reading

May 4, 2020 Acupuncture

Wellness Workshop: Yoga and Acupuncture

***********CLASS IS FULL************************ NEEDLE RELIEF? Wellness Workshop: Yoga and Acupuncture come together under one roof for a morning of total wellness! Margaret and Mike Sobin of Louisville Community Acupuncture and Live Well Louisville (Lisa Flannery) are pleased to present a mini retreat for you! We will begin with a gentle yoga class to release stored … Continue reading

August 7, 2017 Acupuncture

Black Friday Acupuncture

If you start typing “Black Friday” into google now it will probably start showing you results for things like “DEALS” or “Ads” or “chaos”. And you can find millions of photos like the one below. And apparently it’s not enough for shoppers to compete against themselves for the goods anymore, now they are having the … Continue reading

November 23, 2015 Acupuncture

Sliding Scale

We recently had our first “negative” review on Yelp. (We will not get into a discussion of Yelp’s limitations here.) It was one of those lazy, three line reviews. Where you almost wonder more what the person’s impetus for writing the review was rather than what the person actually said. But their concluding line was … Continue reading

November 2, 2015 Acupuncture