Educators: we really believe you can hold it together until the end of the school year.
And acupuncture can help.
We’re posting this special BEFORE April Fool’s Day, because this occupational special is no joke. All educators* can get 20% off on up to 3 treatments per person at Boston Acupuncture Project this month.
First Visits for $28 (regularly $35-$65 sliding scale) Return Visits for $20 (regularly $25-$55 sliding scale)
How to use the special: just let us know you’re an educator* when you fill out your intake form, or come in for your return visit.
*Educators = anyone who works at 🏫 Public or private pre-primary, primary, and secondary schools 👨👩👦 Childcare centers and Head Start programs 📚 Any other organization providing education or support in a school or childcare setting!
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Our friends at 4 Corners Yoga + Wellness are offering $20 off a full-priced massage of 60+ minutes, when you come in for an acupuncture treatment at Boston Acupuncture Project! This offer is now extended through Feb. 28, 2021.
Massage & acupuncture work so well together. Why?
Even one acupuncture treatment may start to reduce an area of radiating or referring pain, so a massage therapist can spend more time focusing on where the pain is really coming from.
Getting acupuncture before massage can help reduce your pain and get you into relaxation mode, so that your massage therapist can spend more time on the therapeutic part of the massage – or you can just enjoy it more!
Getting acupuncture after a massage can help the results of the massage “stick” better – your muscles can stay more relaxed, your range of motion improved, etc. for much longer when these two are combined.
So book your appointment at Boston Acupuncture Project today – use our online scheduler (just click here) or call or text 617-506-3868 if you don’t see a time that works for you. Please remember that NEW patients need a brief tele-health consultation before a first in-person visit!
We’re celebrating the second anniversary of our Hyde Park community acupuncture clinic with a day of FREE acupuncture treatments on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, November 28, 2020! Appointments (and masks) required. First treatment begins at 10:00am, last treatment begins at 2:15pm, and doors close at 3:00pm. Click here to save your spot!
We will also kick off our Readiness Raffle, raising money to cover the costs of providing outdoor acupuncture this coming Spring.
BAP offers 2-for-1 treatments for the ENTIRE MONTH of February 2020.
When you make 2 appointments for you and a friend, right next to each other, on the same day, and pay for those treatments in the clinic, you will get 2 treatments for the price of 1.
2 brand new patients: each pay $15, or $30 together 2 returning patients: each pay $10, or $20 together 1 new and 1 returning: $15 + $10 = $25 together
Sorry, this special cannot be combined with any other offers, including “5 for $85” packages.
How to use this special: 1. make 2 appointments for the same day*, right next to each other, for 2 different people 2. come in for your appointments on time (or 10 minutes early if you’ve never been here before) 3. say “we’re here for the 2-for-1 special!” 4. get your treatment 5. pay in the clinic by cash or card.
*This special applies to all regular community acupuncture hours in February 2020, specifically the following dates: Feb. 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 18, 19, 20, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, and 29, in the year 2020.
Boston Acupuncture Project welcomes the new year with a New Patient Special for the entire month of January 2020: just $10 for a first visit.
First visits include an intake, where we talk about health concerns, as well as an acupuncture treatment. Usually first visits cost $30-$50 sliding scale. Return visits cost $20-$40 sliding scale. What you pay on the scale is up to you, no questions asked.
The fine print: this offer is only for first time, new patients who have never had an intake at Boston Acupuncture Project; it can only be used in the month of January 2020 and cannot be combined with any other package, special, or discount; only one per person.
This is a great chance to try acupuncture, or introduce your loved ones to acupuncture, or try out a new acupuncture clinic. (That would be Boston Acupuncture Project at 74 Fairmount Ave, Hyde Park, MA 02136.) Click here to make an appointment online now, or give us a call or a text: 617-506-3868
You can also walk in for a treatment during our regular hours, which start again on Thursday, Jan. 2, 2020. Appointments available:
Monday 3:00pm-6:00pm (doors close at 7:00pm) Tuesday 9:00am-12:00pm (doors close at 1:00pm) Wednesday 3:00pm-6:00pm (doors close at 7:00pm) Thursday 9:00am-12:00pm (doors close at 1:00pm) & Saturday 10:00am-2:00pm (doors close at 3:00pm).
Celebrate democracy – and ease your election day jitters – with community acupuncture treatments at 50% off, only on Tuesday morning, November 5, 2019, from 9:00am-1:00pm with Andrew Cheever, Lic.Ac. at Boston Acupuncture Project, 74 Fairmount Ave, Hyde Park, MA 02136.
Book online (click here) or call 617-506-3868 to reserve your appointment.
Our regular sliding scale is $20-$40 per visit, plus a $10 intake fee for first visits only. On November 5th, you can pay as little as $10 for a return visit, and as little as $15 for a first visit. Pay what works for you on our sliding scale, no questions asked.
Please note that you must pay with cash or card in the clinic on November 5, 2019 to get this special offer!
Cannot be combined with any other offers or discounts.
If you appreciate having Boston Acupuncture Project in your neighborhood, consider joining POCA, the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture. POCA is a multi-stakeholder cooperative of patients, providers, clinics, and organizations working together to increase accessibility to and availability of affordable group acupuncture treatments.
Boston Acupuncture Project wouldn’t be here without our co-op. That’s why we’re saying “thank you!” in October by offering $15 treatments for all new and current POCA members, all month long.
POCA dues for community members are on a sliding scale from $25 – $100 per year. You decide what to pay. Just like our treatments, membership is the same no matter what you pay on the sliding scale. Your dues fund projects like:
Also known as International Workers Day, May Day is acknowledged worldwide as a commemoration of the social and economic achievements of the international labor movement. POCA Community Acupuncture clinics like Boston Acupuncture Project are social businesses dedicated to affordable healthcare.
UPDATE, 4/30/19: it is likely that no more appointments are available when you click the link. You can still stop by the day of, to see if we can squeeze you in – just in case someone does not show up to claim their spot. But we can’t guarantee this will happen. Thank you for your interest and understanding!
Walk-ins are always welcome as long as there is space – just wait for someone to greet you before going in past the waiting area.
Remember that acupuncture appointments through the end of May are 25% off for all POCA members. Find out more and join POCA at pocacoop.com/join-page
The People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture (POCA) is a multi-stakeholder cooperative working to make acupuncture available to as many people as possible. POCA members are acupuncturists, clinics, and – the largest membership group – patients/community members!
POCA members believe everybody should have access to the many benefits of community acupuncture. For that to happen, we need more acuPUNCturists (a.k.a. ‘punks’) in more places! That means a community acupuncture clinic in every town, everywhere.
Boston Acupuncture Project, a clinic member of POCA, regularly provides acupuncture treatment for everybody on a sliding scale of $20-$40. With over 150 Community Acupuncture clinics across North America, thousands of individuals are expected to receive free services on May 1st.
In May, Boston Acupuncture Project participates in POCA’s Membership Drive. We wish everybody, everywhere who had an ache or a pain had a local acupuncture clinic to turn to, so we’re making that happen – and you can join us. This year’s theme is “More Punks in More Places”.
A POCA membership is an opportunity for you to help others receive care, while also benefiting yourself. By paying once-a-year dues on a sliding scale from $25-$100, you directly support the creation of new community acupuncture clinics, and the graduation of more acu-punks from POCA Tech, so more people can get more acupuncture.
Just like our acupuncture treatments, POCA membership is the same no matter what you pay on the $25-$100 sliding scale. We appreciate any contribution you can make. To sign up for a membership go to: https://www.pocacoop.com/join-page
A POCA membership can pay for itself in a few treatments, because perks include a free treatment on your birthday, 3 “free first treatment” coupons to share with loved ones, and having all new patient paperwork fees waived at any POCA Clinic (click for a map)!
Our new patient paperwork fee of $10 is always waived for all POCA members, but in May 2019, POCA members get 25% off all month long. That means you can pay just $15 for any acupuncture visitwhen you show your POCA membership card.
As POCA members we are creating jobs, creating community, and creating a healthier future for everyone. We hope you will join us. If you have any questions please check out POCA’s mission and vision at https://www.pocacoop.com/our-mission-and-vision, or ask your acupuncturist how much POCA means to them!
UPDATE April 21, 2019: congrats to UCFW workers on a tentative contract agreement with Stop & Shop! Our offer (details below) is extended one week, through April 28, 2019.
Boston Acupuncture Project offers free acupuncture treatments to all Stop & Shop workers currently on strike in our community and across New England. Workers on strike are welcome to up to 3 free treatments per week through May 1, 2019 (or until the strike ends, if that’s sooner)! Just show your Stop & Shop name badge or UFCW membership card.
While we can’t do much to help with the uncertainty of being on strike, we want to offer a concrete opportunity for stress relief (plus treatment for anxiety, trauma, pain, and many other health concerns) at a very stressful time!
Some ways to support Stop & Shop workers on strike: 1. do not shop at Stop & Shop grocery stores while the strike is happening 2. bring water and food to striking workers on the picket line at your local Stop & Shop 3. sign this petition to tell Stop & Shop to listen to worker demands: bit.ly/supportSSworkers 4. give to the fund for striking Stop & Shop workers in need: https://www.gofundme.com/supportstopandshopworkers