Archive | March, 2012

March and April Special: $5-$20 drop in acupuncture at Greenworks in the Downtown Las Cruces Mall

21 Mar

March and April Special!

WHAT:  $5-$20 drop in acupuncture, pay what you can, even if you can only afford $5.  No initial paperwork fee.

WHERE:  125 N. Main, Las Cruces, NM 88001

Greenworks Community Enterprise Center in the Downtown Las Cruces mall right next to La Iguana Restaurant.  Click here to download the flyer.



WEDNESDAY/MIERCOLES 9AM-3PM (During the Farmer’s market)




WHY:  Thanks to the support of the non-for profit Greenworks New Mexico, Crossroads Community Acupuncture is able to provide this special drop in rate for the people of Las Cruces during March and April.  We want everyone to be able to come receive an acupuncture treatment.  This is only a promotion special just for March and April, help us spread the news about our new community clinic.  Click here to download a flyer to post in your neighborhood.

Bring a friend, a family member.   Come get acupuncture together. We’ll also offer drop in acupuncture during the Wednesday and Saturday Farmer’s Market.  Stop by and say hello!

Pinatas for spring parties!

20 Mar

Pinata sale at Crossroads to benefit workers and community services in Mexico

Crossroads is now selling piñatas that have been handcrafted at the community agency Pastoral Obrera, proceeds of which will benefit their border region social and legal services.  Come swing by our clinic to check them out!  The piñatas range from $10 to $20, some are small shelf sized and more decorative and others are large enough to be used for parties.  All proceeds go to a great cause!  Each piñata was created by workers in Mexico whom have been laid off short of their pensioning age.  Pastoral Obrera hires these workers for their piñata workshop, through which they can stay employed until they can receive a pension.

* Above:  Workers at Pastoral Obrera work towards their pensions by handcrafting pinatas.

**Below:  Some of the pinatas that Crossroads are currently selling to help support these programs.