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Zen Space and RidePDX Team up for Relief Project

Posted on 01 October 2016 by Jason

Zen Space Healing Center, in northeast Portland, has teamed up with RidePDX to support the Acupuncture Relief Project. On October 2, RidePDX, a cycling studio located on the southwest waterfront at 3745 SW Bond Avenue, will host a ride led by Jessiah Goodwin, a lifelong fitness enthusiast and teacher.

The ride begins at 11:30 a.m. All riders who sign up will receive their next ride free at RidePDX as a new customer. An added bonus is the 20 percent discount on RidePDX class packs purchased at the event.

Zen Space will be offering chair massage, chiropractic exams, free cupping and an acupuncture information session. There will also be a raffle for prizes for attendees. Prizes include a five-pack of classes, RidePDX gear, an alpine division duffle bag and two bottles of Oregon wine.

All proceeds will go toward the Nepal Acupuncture Relief Project, which provides treatment to patients living in rural villages outside Kathmandu. Clinics operate for free and run solely off the support of volunteers. The money volunteers raise, as part of their commitment to the program, goes toward housing, clinic supplies, paying interpreters, etc. Volunteers offer treatment for anything from basic
wound care, musculoskeletal complaints, infectious diseases, diabetes management, basic healthcare, nutrition education and more.

Cost: $25. RSVP by calling RidePDX at 971-352-6152. For more information on the Nepal Acupuncture Relief Project, visit

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