>> Monday, July 25, 2016
So after my last acupuncture appointment at Magna mid-June, we all learned that Magna was closing. It was a sad day. Robert (my favorite needle-jockey [I don't know if he likes to be called that or not so let's not let this catch on]) decided that the closing of Magna was the jolt he needed to go out on his own. Here's part of a note he sent to his former Magna clients earlier this month:
I am happy to announce that my new acupuncture practice, Taproot Acupuncture, has an official location and opening date...
Together with Tara Schug and Teddy McCann, formerly Magna’s talented chiropractor and massage therapist respectively, I am very excited to continue offering the collaborative model of health care we are so passionate about! This had been our intention all along, but it was proving to difficult to find a space that was both suitable and ready to operate. Well, last week we found just that in a space in Northeast Minneapolis! Conveniently located just off of the New Brighton Blvd exit on 35w, the new location is at 1915 Broadway St NE and will offer free designated parking, larger treatment rooms, and a family-friendly reception area. Although we will all continue to run our businesses separately, we will be maintaining an overall brand for ourselves as Element Wellness Group.
Here are his new hours and info:
MWF - 8am - 4pm
TTh - 1 - 7pm
Sat - By Appointment
Robert Crane LAc, DiplOM
at Element Wellness Group
1915 Broadway St. NE • Mpls, MN 55413
I sort of realized how much Robert was helping me once he WASN'T helping me any more. After Magna closed, my healing started to plateau. But now I started seeing Robert in his new location. The waiting room area is still under construction, but his room is all set up nicely:
Working on my lower back/disc/sacrum issues.
Shoulder needles. Robert grinned when he told me he got
the little naked guy in the photo in the background because he knows I like him.
Some cupping after the acupuncture.
He was super proud of that dark coloring on my upper back.
I look like a Super Nintendo controller.
See you next week, Robert!