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Everyday Feng Shui for the New Year and more

Happy 2022!

It has been another year around the sun and we are so grateful to have spent it with you all.

For many this year has a time of change, challenges, and contrasts. An old Chinese principle states that Yin and Yang, although opposite, always seek balance and harmony.  Read more to find out about upcoming classes, increased hours and the results of our pajama drive!

Bonsai tree on table with tea cups

Everyday Feng Shui Webinar

The new year doesn’t just mean the arrival of 2022, it’s also almost the Year of the Tiger! Chinese New Year falls on 2/1/22 this year. Come learn some Feng Shui basics with Molly to call good energy into your home and office for the year to come!
When: Wednesday Jan 19th, 12:30 – 1:30pm
Cost:  Free.
Register here


Pajamas and books

Thanks for the PJ’s and Books!
Thanks to you we were able to collect over 28 pairs of pajamas, and 30 new books for the Pajama Program.  Your generosity amazes us.  We want to thank everyone who donated this year, and a special thanks to those who went above and beyond with their donations.  It feels good to do good!


Expanded Hours in Edina
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December News

Meet the Team

Meet or Catch up With Lindsay O’Keefe of the Selby Acupuncture Team.

  • SA: What do you like most about Selby Acupuncture?
    • LO: I love the sense of community I feel from both my colleagues and our patients. Over the last 9 years, I have gotten to know and learn from countless of kind, generous and supportive people. Being in this environment has absolutely made me a better person.
  • SA: What do you like most about your role at Selby Acupuncture?
    • LO: I appreciate how the clinic’s flexibility has allowed me to adapt my role from Office Manager to Billing Specialist based on changes in my personal life. After years of unsuccessfully trying to start our own family, my husband and I made the decision to adopt through foster care. We welcomed three incredible children into our home in November 2020, and officially adopted them this June! Even though my life took a significant change, everyone at Selby has been incredibly supportive and I am so happy to be continuing my involvement with the clinic. My role over the years has allowed me to get to know so many people going through all of the
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November News – The Pajama Program is Back!

Meet the Team

Meet Tatziana McKnight (Tatz) of the Selby Acupuncture Team.

  • SA: What do you like most about Selby Acupuncture?
    • Tatz: I enjoy working with a team that is fully committed to helping patients feel their absolute best. From the front desk team to the acupuncturists to Lindsay and Bruce, we all work closely to provide a nurturing environment for healing.
    • I’ve been getting acupuncture since I was thirteen for various reasons, so transitioning into this job felt natural for me.
  • SA: What do you like most about being a PCC?
    • Tatz: I used to work as a receptionist at a hair salon for years and I really enjoyed the calmness that came with being a patient care coordinator. I still get to chat with everyone but I enjoy that it’s less about gossip and more about wellbeing.
  • SA: When you’re not working what brings you joy?
    • Tatz: When I’m not working, I spend a lot of my time sewing and making clothes. Thrifting also fuels that hobby. For the most part, I hangout with my four roommates constantly. I find immense joy when I have time before work to grab coffee
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October Clinic News: Get to know Bruce, Herbal soup season, and Fall schedules are filling up fast

This month we talk to Bruce Dressen of the Selby Acupuncture Team.  Bruce is the Director of Operations for the SA clinics.

  • SA: What do you like most about Selby Acupuncture?
    • BD: A few years ago, I made the conscious decision to re-center my life.
    • When the pandemic hit, I decided to take things a step further and explore a career change to something that would be more personally meaningful. That’s when I met Julie and was introduced to Selby Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. I love the mission and the purpose, and it allows me to apply my skills in a way that fits my inner goals.
  • SA: What do you like most about being an Operations Director?
    • BDI love the variety of things I’m responsible for and it allows me to apply all the skills I’ve gained throughout my career. It’s been truly fascinating to learn about Traditional Chinese Medicine and be surrounded by so many good people doing such meaningful work.
  • SA: When you’re not working what brings you joy?
    • BD: My true passions are cooking, bike riding, music, and spending time with my family. Boy, does that sound cliché! I wish I could
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