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Back by popular demand, our Asian Health & Healing Clinic is back! This year's clinic will take place on Sunday, May 21, 2023, from 10 AM - 3 PM PST at Trinity Presbyterian Church once again--1002 West 8th Street, Stockton, California.

Just like our previous clinics, the event is entirely free and will feature health services, resources, food, and activities including:

  • Screenings for blood pressure, blood glucose, diabetes/A1C, and more!

  • Holistic healing through massage therapy, sound healing, yoga, and more!

  • COVID-19 vaccines!

  • Wellness activities include self-care kits, creative arts, activities for kids, and more!

Of course, plenty of health education, community resources, fresh produce boxes, food trucks, and raffles will be back as well.

This year's Asian Health & Healing Clinic is made possible through our partnership with Little Manila Rising, Healing PUSO, and ECHO Little Manila.

Join us for a FREE Women’s Self-Defense Workshop on Saturday, March 11 from 11 AM to 1 PM PST facilitated by Tina Tagorda of Team CAMA!

In honor of Women’s History Month in March, Healing PUSO and EMAC offer this training as part of our ongoing Stop the Hate work to promote women’s safety, awareness, and empowerment.

RSVP at or by calling (209) 315-5389—space is limited! ✊🏽 Open to all ages (parent/guardian consent required for those under 18). Attendees will receive 1 FREE WEEK of any class at Team CAMA! Please inquire about translation services if needed. Location: Concepcion Academy of Martial Arts (8909 Thornton Road, Unit #2, Stockton, CA 95209) Tina Tagorda, Assistant Taekwondo Instructor - Tina is a dedicated student who trains 4 to 5 days weekly. Along with training, she assists with the Children’s Taekwondo classes on a regular basis. Her training background consists of both Taekwondo and Kickboxing. Tina is currently attending college and uses martial arts training as part of her exercise routine and as a stress reliever to balance her life. She has realized that the benefits of training do not end within the academy, but permeate all other areas of her life. Tina is a 1st Dan Black Belt in Taekwondo and is also an avid competitor in the sport.

Our EMAC Board and staff spent the President's Day weekend on Esselen land (Monterey, California) for our annual two-day retreat. With the support of Impact Foundry's Executive Director, Kim Tucker, we were able to reflect on our past five years as a small but mighty organization, and dream up the possibilities for the next three years of our journey.

A big thank you to the New Breath Foundation for making this weekend possible! Stay tuned for exciting updates on the direction and growth of our organization.

If you'd like to help us continue to serve our Stockton community, please consider donating to our organization here.

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