First off, THANK YOU for trusting me with your acupuncture care – I’ve been in practice for 8 years and it’s been a privilege to serve you.

 

But there is a BIG change coming… I am pregnant! (and expecting in August).

 

To keep you as informed as possible, the following is an outline of my remaining schedule and what my maternity leave will look like:

 

I am open for normal hours and appointments through August 6, 2020.  Please call and get scheduled before I close 🙂

 

Starting August 7, 2020, the office will be officially closed through September.

 

I will have limited hours available for appointments on Friday’s from 10 am to 4 pm on the following dates:

October 9, 2020

October 16, 2020

October 23, 2020

October 30, 2020

 

The office will be closed on all other dates through October. The best way to schedule for October will be setting up before I close in August or through email: flourishacupuncturecenter@gmail.com

In November, the office will be open as normal with one change: my last appointment time will be at 3:45 pm (due to daycare pick up).

 

Again, thank you for being truly awesome and trusting me over all these years 😊

XX

Shana Grams L.Ac

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