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Published: Tuesday, March 20, 2012, 12:01 a.m.

Snohomish class to explain acupuncture

So acupuncture, that's just someone poking you with a bunch of needles, right?
Here's a class that will help clarify the point of acupuncture.
"Acupuncture Demystified" will help people learn more about acupuncture, how it works and who can benefit from this more-than- 2,000-year-old treatment.
Guests can also observe needle demonstrations.
This free class is being offered at 7 p.m. Thursday at Snohomish Naturopathic Clinic, 1101 Avenue D, Snohomish.
Class space is limited. Call 360-568-2686 to register or go to www.SnohomishNaturopathic.com.
Herald staff
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