ZoiAcupuncture.Com is Here!

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to celebrate this month of Thankfulness!

Although I have one more board exam, November 21st, and graduation is not until December 13th, this is the month to be Thankful, to cultivate a grateful spirit within ourselves. I want to share with you what I am most grateful for right now, & that is the journey I have been on over the past year, building the business plan for the Zoi Acupuncture and Herbal Clinic!

I had the amazing opportunity to travel to Colorado Springs in September with my mom to explore the city and to meet people in that community, to tell them about the Zoi Clinic! My friend, David, has designed this website for me, so that I can launch this project fully equipped and with such beauty and grace! I have had the input of amazing minds all around me. Friends and family have rallied to share their knowledge and pour into my dream for this clinic!

There is much much more to come. The website is designed to provide a complete picture of what services the Zoi Clinic will provide. It will include the blog space for tips and tricks to stay healthy, to stay inspired, and to be encouraged. It will also make it easy and simple to book an appointment and to understand the treatment plans available!

Thank you so much to my wonderful community, all throughout Austin, Dallas and Colorado Springs! I am blessed beyond words! I can’t wait to bless you back with the incredible Science and Art of Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine.

Cheers!

– Noa

* “Zoi” is the word for “Life” in Greek. It was chosen as the name of the clinic because Zoi Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine is committed to supporting everything that is Life-Giving!

One reply on “ZoiAcupuncture.Com is Here!

  • Catherine Pape

    I have rheumatoid arthritis. My body does not tolerate chemotherapy drugs or immunosuppressant drugs. I have 1 infection after another. As well as dire and pailful gastric involvement. Prednisone is effecting my moods, my weight, my quality of life and relationships. My joints are painful and becoming misshaped. There has to be a better way. I have limited resources but do not want to end up non-functional.

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