Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and Join us for the Grand Opening of Khanie Ha, LAc, MSW, Acupuncture and Wellness Clinic in our brand new clinic in Oakland!
The event is a unique opportunity for the public to learn about the benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine and tour the new clinic. The newly expanded facility provides an intimate space for treatment with two private rooms, a Chinese herbs station, medicine shop and waiting area. The new clinic incorporates the Feng Shui design, ensuring a positive healing space for patients.
How can Traditional Chinese Medicine heal health problems? What is acupuncture? What is cupping? These are the common questions people have. Acupuncturist Khanie Ha, will provide a short talk about services and treatments that are offered in her clinic.
The event’s program will include FREE giveaways! These giveaways include:
1) Health Consultation: This will entail a tongue and pulse diagnosis. In Chinese Medicine, the tongue and pulse are reflections of your internal body. The short and simple examination will offer insights into what may be causing pain or dis-ease within your body.
2) Ear Seed Treatment: This treatment is connected to the health consultation. The ear can heal any ailment you may have in your body, as the ear is a microcosm of the body. Ear treatments can be powerfully detoxifying as well as give your nervous system a reset.
3) Herbal Oils: Sample of White Flower Oil that can be applied to variety of ailments to alleviate pain.
One lucky guest will win a FREE TREATMENT in the raffle drawing!
Light refreshments will be available. Street Parking is available. The clinic is located within five minutes of Fruitvale BART station.
Khanie Ha is a licensed Acupuncturist in state of Washington and California. She earned a Masters degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences in Oakland, CA; Masters in Social Work; Bachelors in Philosophy and Communication from University of Washington in Seattle, WA. And is currently a doctoral candidate at University of East West Medicine working on how Chinese Medicine can heal our socio-political global conflict by healing each individual. Khanie is bilingual in Cantonese and English.