Evelyn Zak Completes Acupuncture Training




Evelyn Zak

Evelyn Zak recently completed training and certification in the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association’s (NADA) five-needle acudetox protocol. NADA is an organization of individuals who support the use of acudetox, a five-point auricular acupuncture.

Acudetox is used in a number of addiction and behavioral health treatment settings. Within these settings, acudetox has been shown to increase client retention and improve client outcomes (Acudetox.com).

Zak is a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor with over 20 years of experience as a Yoga Therapy Practitioner. She works full time at the Family Counseling Center for Recovery in Richmond and is an ambassador at Project Yoga Richmond (ProjectYogaRichmond.org).


For more information, email EvZakYoga@gmail.com or visit EvelynZak.com.

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