Dave Martin, MSOM, LAc. and Joanne Matson, Ayurveda Wellness Counselor invite the community to the grand opening of Trinity Natural Medicine’s new location on the Heights in Hood River.
Trinity Natural Medicine has moved from White Salmon to a new larger location at 1808 Belmont Ave. on the Heights.
The grand opening will be Jan. 31, from 4-8 p.m. starting with the Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting ceremony, and brief introductions to Daoist and Ayurveda principals.
Food and refreshments will e served and music will be by Amber Nelson, Rick Hulett and Ryan Kolberg.
Trinity Natural Medicine focuses on principles of health and wellness nascent in traditional Asian culture. Its areas of study include Daoist medical and martial arts, and the traditional medicine of India; Ayurveda.
“Our treatment modalities include diet and lifestyle counseling, herbal formulations, acupuncture and moxibustion therapy, medical massage and cupping,” Martin said. “We treat a full range of acute and chronic illness and injuries, including the common cold, migraine headaches, motor vehicle accidents, work-related injuries, sports injuries and post-operative recovery.”
Trinity’s martial arts studio is home to the Cascadia Gong Fu Club; a satellite organization of the North American Tang Shou Tao Association.
Martin teaches classes in the studio in Xing Yi, Ba Gua, and Kajukenbo. Matson teaches classes in Raja yoga with an emphasis on Hatha movement.