Exclusive Offer

$40 off healing acupuncture for all members of The Sydney Feminists

 

Do you suffer from physical or emotional pain?  Do you have a painful disability?  Have you gone through periods of great stress and trauma and need someone to listen to you whilst also helping to heal your body?

 

Epping Acupuncturist Si Ning Luo is interested in using his skills to help heal women who have gone through difficult times, be they physical, emotional or financial.  He also specializes in treatments for menstrual pain and fertility.

 

He is therefore offering members of The Sydney Feminists and any woman who needs the support a 25% discount off acupuncture, reducing the cost to more affordable prices:

 

$40 off a full consultation and treatment (1 hour) is $70

$40 off a 45 minute appointment is $50

$40 off a 30 minute appointment is $20       

(45 minute appointments are typically around the $100-$120 mark)

 

Acupuncture can be a calming, deeply relaxing experience and has recently been scientifically proven to reduce the sensation of physical aches and pains.   It can reduce stress, balance bodily functions and calm and clear the mind.

 

 If you are afraid of needles, Si Ning practices the Flying Needle technique, a rare form of acupuncture that greatly reduces any pain or discomfort from needles.

 

Not interested in acupuncture for yourself? Please pass this voucher onto someone who may benefit from treatment. For more information, call Si Ning at 0416 018 502 or 02 9869 2885

 

 

 

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