CR Johnson Healing Center offers acupuncture to benefit High Fives
March 26, 2012
TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; The High Fives Non-Profit Foundation and the CR Johnson Healing Center will work with acupuncturist Kaila Cruttenden L.Ac. to offer competitive acupuncture rates with 20 percent going to the High Fives Non-Profit Foundation and#8211; CR Johnson Healing Center.
Kaila Cruttenden L.Ac, owner of Elemental Back and Body is a licensed acupuncturist by the California State Board, as well a nationally accredited Diplomat of Chinese Medicine. Kaila will work out of the CR Johnson Healing Center, providing her services on an on-call basis. Kaila has a passion for helping people achieve optimal wellness and live long, healthy lives through her healing techniques.
Using acupuncture, deep tissue massage, muscular training and re-education, nutritional counseling, and a host of other methods, Kaila addresses the underlying causes of many musculoskeletal problems, not only relieving pain, but preventing its return.
and#8220;Being able to give back to a community I love so dearly while helping people achieve their health and wellness goals makes me very excited to be working with The High-Fives Non-Profit Foundation – CR Johnson Healing center,and#8221; said Kaila. To schedule an appointment, contact her at email@example.com, 530-906-0150 or visit http://www.elementalbodies.com.
About the CR Johnson Healing Center
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On Aug. 10, 2011, the High Fives Non-Profit Foundation opened the CR Johnson Healing Center as a program service to commemorate the professional skier and beloved Truckee residentand#8217;s birthday. The Healing Center will provide High Fives and#8211; Highlighted Athletes with a space in which they can continue to work toward their goals in a private, and#8220;no questions askedand#8221; facility. Visit http://www.crjohnson.org.
About the High Fives Non-Profit Foundation
High Fives Non-Profit Foundation is a Tahoe-based 501.c.3 nonprofit organization dedicated to raising money and awareness for athletes who have suffered a life-altering injury while pursuing their dream in the winter action sports community. Visit http://www.highfivesfoundation.org.
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