Alchemy clinic and tearoom holds grand opening, April 16

From a press release:


The practitioners and staff at Alchemy are excited to announce the grand opening celebration
of our new clinic and tearoom located at 62 Clayton St. (next to Starbucks off Charlotte St.).
The new studio features acupuncture, classical Chinese medicine, a full service apothecary
featuring locally sourced herbs, as well as a cafe to rest, relax and hang out. Join us for our
grand opening to meet our practitioners, sample the tea room menu, and learn more about
Alchemy’s approach to wellness on Saturday, April 16, from 5 to 9 PM. We will be serving up a
variety of delicious treats, including made-from-scratch empanadas, seasonal Chinese tea blends,
and samples of Alchemy’s famous 24-hour bone broth, known for its healing and nourishing
About Alchemy
Alchemy is proud to offer classical Chinese medicine, acupuncture, massage, and a full service
tea cafe featuring Chinese herbal blends, traditional teas, and a daily selection of in-house made
snacks. Alchemy owners, Emmy Bethel and Ashley Kuper, are graduates of Asheville’s Daoist
Traditions College and believe in a holistic approach to wellness which combines the wisdom of
Chinese medicine with locally sourced herbs and lifestyle support. Alchemy’s vision is to
transform the way our local community experiences Chinese medicine by making it a special,
fun, high-quality experience in a restful and harmonious setting. Treatment at Alchemy will be
infused with the ancient essence of Chinese medicine but with our own modern twist.

WHAT: Grand opening of Alchemy tearoom, apothecary and acupuncture practice

WHERE: 62 Clayton Street, Asheville

WHEN: Saturday April 16, 5-9 PM

MORE INFO: or AlchemyAsheville on Facebook

CONTACT: Ashley Kuper, Alchemy co-owner: 575-9419 or

About Susan Foster
Freelance writer passionate about wellness and spirituality, clinical psychologist, avid hiker and reader. Follow me @susanjfosterphd

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