Two years ago, readers learned about a new business in Tucson that offered acupuncture therapy, an herb pharmacy and more for natural healing enthsiasts. See link here. Since the opening of Desert Bloom Acupuncture, the studio has experienced changes that are instrumental to the running of the business and helpful for the public to know about.
The first change in business is management-based. In July of 2010, Serena Pullen and Kristina Allred opened their studio with the utmost attention to detail, creating an idyllic setting for their clients. The setting is still ideal for massage, acupuncture and serenity, but co-owner Allred has moved away. Serena (Pullen) Gabriel is now the sole-owner of the business.
The inside hasn't changed much with the change of sole ownership, but Gabriel spoke of the chnages in a recent interview:
"The tables are arranged differently, candles hang over each bed and the diaphanous curtains are new."
Along with the physical changes, Gabriel added, "The sliding scale has changed."
It now ranges from $40 to $80. As the sole-proprieter of the business, Gabriel says she prefers to work one-on-one with clients. Besides offering acupuncture therapy, clients may request the services of a massage therapist, chiropractor and the healing properties of sound techniques.
Gabriel says she offers something called Ancient Waves which involves sensory circles and sound thereapies. Along with her work at Desert Bloom, the owner also provides Sensory Circle healing at the Yoga Connection and other locations in town.
Another change that has taken place in the last two years is the change in phone number. Desert Bloom Acupuncture can now be reached at (520) 647-4833. The website has also undergone changes, see: Desertbloomacupuncture.com.
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