Community Acupuncture Classes Brisbane
Acupuncture is an ancient system of healing. Community acupuncture classes offer an affordable way to access this treatment for people who may not be able to afford a private session. The classes in community acupuncture provide a way to equip your body with the tools to heal while preventing disease and promoting greater health, wellness, and performance. Everyone can benefit from acupuncture, and it’s a natural and well-respected treatment method in the wellness and greater health community.
Acupuncture is a treatment which works best when performed regularly. When you can commit to a series of treatments in our community acupuncture classes, you will see the greatest benefit. Weekly sessions for a few weeks on the go are recommended when you have a specific issue you are dealing with, while a monthly session is your best option if you are looking for a maintenance option.
Our community acupuncture classes make committing to regular treatment easier. We offer effective, individual treatments in a casual, comfortable, group setting at Kula Health. If you have questions about getting treatment in a group or about acupuncture itself, please call us on 0432 561 229. You are welcome to discuss any issues with our treating practitioners and we will do all we can to give you the best possible information.
Join us from 9am - 11am on Tuesday mornings and 7pm - 8pm on Wednesday nights.
$45 drop in or packages starting from $40 per session
Kula Health Experiences
For those looking for a deeper health and healing experience why not consider a Kula Health experience? We run regular events and weekends away for people looking to reconnect with themselves and push the reset button. In today’s frantic world we often put ourselves last, with kids, family, work and everything else taking priority.
But burnout is very real, and if you do not take care of yourself you’ll find yourself at risk of illness and health complications. A Kula Health Experience is a way to give yourself some ‘me time’ and to pay respect to your body and your own experience.