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CA101 Workshop - Berkeley CA - March 24, 2013
Posted: 02 February 2013 12:11 PM   [ Ignore ]  
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Berkeley Acupuncture Project Presents
Introduction to Community Acupuncture Workshop!

When:  Sunday,  March 24th,  2013,  9 am –  5 pm

Where: Berkwood Hedge School, 1809 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA 94703

Cost: Sliding Scale Fees: Licensed Practitioners - $100 to $175, Students - $50 to $100
CEU’s: 7 California (Category 1) CEU’s (pending)

Registration: Email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to register
Limited to 24 participants, register early to reserve your space!

Workshop will cover:
~Nuts and bolts of the business model ~ how to set up and run a clinic
~Marketing and social responsibility
~Community building and patient communication
~Treatment strategies for a community acupuncture practice
~There will be a Q & A with a panel of community acupuncture practitioners

Tatyana Ryevzina, LAc is the co-founder of Sarana Community Acupuncture in Albany, CA, and has been practicing community acupuncture full time since 2008. She has taught community acupuncture classes and workshops at AIMC Berkeley and ACCHS Oakland. Tatyana has been involved in the Community Acupuncture movement as a volunteer, serving on the Board of Directors of Community Acupuncture Network and supporting People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture (POCA) as a circle volunteer.  She is committed to helping others open successful community acupuncture clinics and increase access to affordable healthcare in their communities.

Julia Carpenter, LAc
is a co-founder of Berkeley Acupuncture Project in Berkeley, CA, and has been practicing community acupuncture full time since 2009. Julia’s involvement in the community acupuncture movement includes teaching at CAN and POCA Conferences, facilitating and teaching regional classes (Technology and EHR’s in the Community Clinic, Communication in the Community Clinic, Secrets of Great Community Acupuncturists and Community Acupuncture 101), but most significantly, she is the Clinic Manager for BAP, which provides 450 acupuncture treatments to community members each week. Julia is excited about helping others feel confident to open in their own community clinics in underserved areas.


~tatyana, co-manager & acupunk
Sarana Community Acupuncture
Albany, CA