MED MOK OPENING PARTY!!Submitted by doc on Mon, 2016-06-27 21:42
Greetings, Y'all! ♥
Medicinal Moksha has been in the works since it's inception as a LLC in 2013, following Doctora Christina's graduation from a 5-year Naturopathic doctoral (ND) program at the National College of Natural Medicine (www.ncnm.edu). This multi-dimensional holistic healing practice has been slowly building as Dr. Nelson traversed the planet seeking knowledge and experience as a Yoga Alliance-certified teacher, licensed massage therapist, and integrative wellness consultant.
► Detailed professional practice information can be found at www.MedMok.com.
You are cordially invited to an informal Meet-n-Greet at the new MedMok office in the People's Wellness Center at 4107 Medical Parkway (Suite #106). There will be giveaways, light refreshments, gift certificate raffle, wild botanicals harvesting game, free samples, herbal tea, turmeric mixers, and tea ceremony with the lovely Miss Lacy Quin of West China Tea Company. We'll do our best to accomodate everyone in the small 300-sq ft space, so please RSVP! After party across the street at Austin's famous Draught House Pub & Brewery.
RSVP on Facebook HERE.
► All attendees will receive a 20% discount on your 1st service.
Services now offered in Austin and online (via Skype/VSee)* include:
• Naturopathic wellness consultations**
• Homeopathic consults
• Ayurvedic consults
• Lifestyle/Dietary/Nutritional guidance
• 60, 90, or 120-minute therapeutic massage sessions
• Shiatsu massage
• Foot reflexology
• Facial/scalp massage
• 1:1 Personal alignment yoga
☆☆ Coming Soon ☆☆
Scheduled classes & workshops (medmok.com/classes)
Monthly women's circle
Healing Hill Country retreats
All-natural health & beauty products
Infrared & LLLT photobiomodulation for musculoskeletal pain
Weekly themed donation-based yoga class with seasonal herbal tea & vegan potluck to follow.
***GIFT CERTIFICATES now available!
*Online sessions do not include all service options.
**Please note that NDs are not yet licensed in Texas. Therefore, all information provided is educational and should not be considered as diagnosis or treatment. Please consult with your PCP.