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Sarah Richards

Sarah Richards | Volunteer CoordinatorVolunteer Coordinator

Sarah Richards joined Acupuncture Relief Project in 2016 after serving as a volunteer in 2012 and a Team Leader in 2015. She currently volunteers with ARP as the Volunteer Coordinator to continue supporting the project from home.

Sarah has been a Licensed Massage Therapist in the State of Washington since 2000 and is passionate about anatomy and movement as well as alternative healing therapies such as energy medicine, hypnotherapy and spiritual healing.

The self-care that she cultivates for herself is ecstatic dancing, yoga, floating, receiving acupuncture and bodywork, hiking in the PNW, travelling the world, and riding her motorcycle.

Featured Case Studies

  • De Quervain’s Syndrome +

    57-year-old female presents with hand tingling and Read More
  • Facial Paralysis (Bell’s Palsy) +

    35-year-old female presents with left-sided facial twitching Read More
  • Typhoid Fever Induced Paralysis +

    32-year-old female presents with left-sided paralysis of Read More
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Recent Blog Posts

  • End of Life Care in Rural Nepal +

    Basanti is a 32 year old woman Read More
  • The Color of Love +

    In my first week with Acupuncture Relief Read More
  • Integrated Medicine for Rural Primary Care  +

    “Easy! Easy!” My motorbike’s rear tire spins Read More
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In addition to volunteering their time and energy, our practitioners are required to raise the money it takes to support their efforts at our clinic. Please consider helping them by making a tax deductible donation in their name.

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