Gillian N. Miller certified sound healer sits behind crystal singing bowls

Immersive sound bath + restorative acupuncture = AcuSound.

Join us for a relaxing group acupuncture session from licensed acupuncturist Ren Pilinger enhanced by a live ambient sound bath from certified sound healer Gillian N. Miller of Mindful Mavens.

Registration and pre-payment required! Click here to save your spot.

Sound has the capacity to shift energy and restore the mind, body, and spirit to a balanced state. Many ancient cultures have used sound as invocations, in ceremony and rituals to offer healing. -Gillian N. Miller, certified sound healer

Doors open at 5:45 PM; sound bath begins at 6:00 PM.

Please get in touch if you have any questions! contact @ / 617-506-3868


Beyond Pride Wellness Fair x Prideful Pickleball

Come for Pickleball, stay for our Beyond Pride Wellness Fair! Current offerings:

Beyond Pride Wellness Fair is supported by a grant from the City of Boston Mayor’s Office of LGBTQ+ Advancement.

See below for Prideful Pickleball event details.

Daddigirl Productions presents Prideful Pickleball with support from the Boston Parks & Recreation Department. Saturday, June 24, 12-4 PM. A recreational gathering for LGBTQ folks and allies, friends, and families. Come watch, learn, or play the hottest sports sensation at the tennis courts on Boston Common. All levels welcome. Beginner clinics provided. Boston Common, Boston, MA 02108. For more information contact Pippa Fleming 857-615-8916

Acu-pressure and Acupuncture for Well-Being

Acupuncture has been used by humans for thousands of years, with traditions throughout East Asia presenting different schools of thought on how the body works. Learn about how ancient Daoist observations of nature are still relevant to us today, including acu-pressure points you can use on yourself at home.

Oren “Ren” Pilinger is a graduate of The New England School of Acupuncture at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, state licensed, and board certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). After practicing at community acupuncture clinics all over Massachusetts, he co-founded Boston Acupuncture Project, which opened in Hyde Park in 2018.

Disclaimer: The library does not give medical advice or interpretation.

Hyde Park’s Juneteenth Celebration

Join us for performances, vendors, awards, living histories exhibit, activities for youth and adults, yoga, zumba, giveaways, and more! Register for Juneteenth Joy in Hyde Park 2023 – click here for the registration form.

Boston Acupuncture Project will be providing free mini acupuncture treatments. We will be joined by Dr. Angela Jamal of Anami Wellness who will be providing free ear seed treatments!

You must register to be eligible for giveaways!

For more information about the event, pictures from last year, and sponsorship information, please visit the West Fairmount Hill Community Group website:

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Hyde Park Juneteenth Joy on Saturday, June 17, 2023 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM. At the Martini Memorial Shell Park and Moynihan Recreation Area, Truman Parkway, Hyde Park, MA 02136. Mistress of Ceremonies City Councilors At Large Ruthzee Louijeune and Julia Mejia. Speaker: Hilina D. Ajakaiya, Executive Vice President, Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau. Porsha Olayiwola, Poet Laureate, City of Boston. Invited Guests: Maura Healey, Governor of Massachusetts. Ayanna Pressley, Congresswoman, MA-07. Michelle Wu, Mayor of Boston. Segun Idowu, City of Boston, Chief of Economic Opportunity and Inclusion. Acitivites include Zumba and Afrobeats classes, Canoe Rides on the Neponset River, Paint Parties for kids and grown-ups, children's book giveaway, chair massage, community acupuncture, photo booth, bouncy house, kids crafts. Food samples from: Zaz, Park 54, Rincon Caribeno, Bacarros, Las Delicias, Manyi Juices, Fair Nutrition, Ben and Jerry's ice cream, Cappy's Pizza, Shaws, Stop & Shop, Effies Homemade, Fan Fan Bakery. Exhibits and Vendors include The Switch Co-op, Aunt Bev's Creations, Bubbles and Ink, Dragon Moon, Dress with Confidence, Intriguing Hair, Meaningful Messages, and KS Studio. Dance performances by KS Studio, Boston Rhythm Riders, BLA Step and Stroll, Team and student performances from local schools. REGISTER at bit,ly/Junejoyhp to be eligible for giveaways including gift bags, gift cards, and more

May Day Free Day

On Wednesday, May 1, 2019, acupuncture is FREE at Boston Acupuncture Project, Hyde Park’s new community acupuncture clinic! Come celebrate May Day and kick off a membership drive for the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture (POCA) with a free sample acupuncture treatment.

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. Community Acupuncture clinics are social businesses dedicated to affordable healthcare.

Community acupuncture has been popularized in the USA by the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture, a multi-stakeholder cooperative working to make acupuncture available to as many people as possible and to support those providing acupuncture to create stable and sustainable businesses and jobs.

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.

Acupuncture is recognized by the World Health Organization and the National Institutes of Health for effectively treating nearly four dozen conditions, including: Side Effects from Chemotherapy, Allergies, Neck Pain, Back Pain, Sciatica, Headaches, Arthritis, Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Infertility, and more.

Whether you have ever been to Boston Acupuncture Project or not, you can click here to reserve your May Day free treatment online or walk in from 2:00-6:00pm on Wednesday, May 1 at 74 Fairmount Ave, Hyde Park, MA 02136. Walk-ins will be seen only if there is space, so appointments are recommended!

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!

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