Acupuncture & Massage College will be offering FREE mini-massages, FREE lectures and FREE lunch to celebrate Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Day. The AOM open house will be held on Saturday, October 25 from 10 am to 2 pm and will include a raffle for a FREE acupuncture treatment at the AMC Community Clinic. Space is limited, so please call and RSVP today, (305) 595-9500. The college is located at 10506 N. Kendall Drive, Miami.
Acupuncture physicians and other AOM practitioners have been celebrating AOM Day since October 24, 2002, the occasion of the first Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Day. The purpose of AOM Day is to educate the public about the benefits of acupuncture and other Oriental Medicine healing modalities. AOM Day was originally held by a group of AOM organizations from the U.S., Canada and Mexico.
The number of organizations, participants, advocates, and Oriental medicine practitioners recognizing Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Day has expanded and grown significantly since the first AOM Day celebration. With the eighth anniversary of AOM Day this October 24, this year’s celebration is expected to include several colleges and organizations participating for the first time this year.
Since the first AOM Day began on October 24, 2002, Acupuncture & Massage College has been an active participant in this AOM commemoration. Joining with other acupuncture and Oriental medicine participants and organizations throughout the United States and other countries, AMC is proud and honored to host an annual event to celebrate the professions of acupuncture and other Oriental medicine modalities, such as Chinese herbal medicine, Tui Na, Chinese dietary therapy, and others.
In commemoration of this important day, AMC offers an open house and several free activities on October 25 to promote greater public awareness of the benefits of acupuncture and Oriental medicine. These activities include free mini-massages, free talks about AOM, conducting open house tours of AMC’s clinics and facilities for prospective students and the general public, and working with local AOM practitioners in this commemoration.
Acupuncture & Massage College’s board of directors, faculty and staff acknowledge the importance of having this official day for the AOM professions, practitioners, advocates, and participants to celebrate the contributions that acupuncture physicians and other AOM practitioners make to the health care profession.
For more information about AOM Day or to RSVP call (305) 595-9500.