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Community Acupuncture: The Calmest Revolution Ever Staged

This is the story of how a small group of loud-mouthed, over-educated, under-employed activists and a massive group of ordinary people with average incomes revolutionized healthcare systems by using large empty rooms, old recliner chairs, and two-cent needles.

Filmed & Directed by Brian Lindstrom. Co-produced by Moses

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A patient's commentary after seeing: Community Acupuncture: The Calmest Revolution Ever Staged

The most important thing for me is to see Americans moving out of the individualistic illness which has characterized this society for a long time. Therefore, now it is starting to shift into the community movement with Community Acupuncture and Occupy and many other forms by getting together as


Community Acupuncture Documentary

Community Acupuncture: The Calmest Revolution Ever Staged

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Watch the Documentary On Blip TV:  http://blip.tv/community-acupuncture-network/community-acupuncture-the-calmest-revolution-ever-staged-5287533

by Brian Lindstrom, 35 minutes

What is it?


new community acupuncture documentary

When I first considered creating an acupuncture video for Communichi, I spent an embarrassing amount of time thinking about what to say - you know, so that I could get the message out on community acupuncture. As usual, the proper course of action was simply to get out of


What it is, What it does: The documentary is working.

There were a lot of reasons why CAN enlisted Brian Lindstrom to film the documentary that hopefully we all know about and have seen and promoted by now.  First of all we know that Lisa Rohleder wanted it to change people's perception of what acupuncture is, what


Community Acupuncture: The Calmest Revolution Ever Staged

“This is the story of how a small group of loud-mouthed, over-educated, under-employed activists and a massive group of ordinary people with average incomes revolutionized healthcare systems by using large empty rooms, old recliner chairs, and two-cent needles.”

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