Boston Acupuncture Project (BAP) welcomes Christine Rose to its Board of Directors.
A graduate of Boston University, Christine’s professional career spans the food service industry, financial services, service-based businesses, and the not-for-profit sector. She is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association and volunteers on the Membership Experience Committee. She is also a member of the Dorchester Food Coop and volunteers regularly. Her volunteering and community leadership have taken her from Big Sisters, to Hebrew Senior Life Nursing Home, to serving on the Board of Directors at educational non-profit Abraham’s Tent. And now, Christine joins us at BAP.
In her words: “As a wellness practitioner, I believe in all complementary modalities to help affect change in the mind, body, and spirit. I also believe whole-heartedly in accessibility. I love that BAP is located in an adjacent neighborhood to me.”
Christine brings her entrepreneurial brilliance and passion for helping people to BAP, connecting two welcoming wellness organizations in Boston.
Boston Acupuncture Project, Inc. (BAP) builds community by providing widely accessible and affordable acupuncture in a community (group) setting and other forms of holistic health care. Regular access to acupuncture can help manage chronic illness, relieve pain, and resolve acute conditions.
In its 3 years open, BAP has given over 3,800 community acupuncture treatments to over 690 of our neighbors. Treatments are offered 5 days a week at 74 Fairmount Ave, Hyde Park, MA 02136. For more information and to book an appointment, please visit: www.BostonAcupunctureProject.org