Acupuncture Center Toronto, located in Bloor-Yorkville at 12 Cumberland Street, has launched a COVID-19 response for restaurant owner’s who have lost their business due to the pandemic.
Acupuncture Center Toronto is offering a limited number of free acupuncture, cupping and other clinical Chinese medicine services to all Toronto restaurant owners who’ve lost their businesses because of COVID- 19 restrictions. The clinic staff collectively came together to provide this free service because they felt giving physical and mental health relief to a group facing a lot of stress was important to help the city start healing from the impacts of the pandemic.
“We are also a small business and our hearts go out to our fellow entrepreneurs that are not as lucky in terms of the pandemic restrictions,” said Sarah Kreitzer, Registered Acupuncturist (R. Ac) and Clinic Owner of Acupuncture Center Toronto. “We welcome all restaurant owners that have lost a brick-and-mortar establishment in Toronto to apply by January 15th 2021.”
Acupuncture Center Toronto, along with other registered health care providers, have been allowed to continue operating during the pandemic to provide essential health services to Torontonians. However, as part of the small business community, the Center staff and ownership recognize the emotional and financial stress other businesses who have been forced to close are facing.
“We are there for Torontonians to do our part to care for this vulnerable group, one of many facing huge financially burdens and an increase in stress and anxiety”, said Kreitzer.
Acupuncture Centre Toronto
12 Cumberland Street