The Christmas and New Year acupuncture and massage opening hours are now available. Mark will be working the following times at the three different clinic in Greenwich, Battersea, and Camberwell.
Week Commencing 16 December
Normal working hours
Week Commencing 23 December
Monday 23 December: Greenwich Natural Health Centre 15.00 – 21.00
Tuesday 24 December: Fairlee Wellbeing Centre (Battersea) 10.00 – 16.00
Friday 27 December: The Corner Surgery (Camberwell) 9.30 – 12.30, Fairlee Wellbeing Centre 13.30 – 18.00
Week Commencing 30 December
Monday 30 December: Greenwich Natural Health Centre 15.00 – 21.00
Tuesday 31 December: Fairlee Wellbeing Centre 10.00 – 17.00
Friday 3 January: The Corner Surgery (Camberwell) 8.30 – 12.30, Fairlee Wellbeing Centre 13.30 – 19.00
Sunday 5 January: Greenwich Natural Health Centre 9.00 – 13.30
Mark at London Acupuncture Therapy would like to wish you all, his patients and colleagues and those in the wider community, a very merry Christmas and a highly prosperous new year and hopes that you enjoy this special time of year.
Normal clinic hours can be found here.
For those wishing to volunteer to help others in London this Christmas, check this out.
If you have any questions or special requests about the Christmas and New Year acupuncture and massage opening hours, please do get in touch. Mark will be contactable by email during the festive season and is always happy to answer any questions.
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