Becca Stott, Acupuncture

Trained in the tradition of Five Element acupuncture, Becca is also a certified herbalist and medical qi gong practitioner.  She combines these modalities with nutritional therapy, cranio-sacral therapy, and guided meditation for a dynamic and holistic healing approach.  She views the self as an integration of body, mind and spirit, and thus believes that deep healing only happens when all three levels are treated.

Ko Darlington, Craniosacral

You may feel “off” now. . . but it’s true—your body really does know best. When properly supported, it self-corrects and naturally moves toward optimal health. The treatment sessions and classes I offer give this kind of support, removing obstacles so the body can help itself!

Peg Rodrigues, Energy Intuitive

Peg’s gift she shares with you each session is to “see” with her hands. By accessing higher guidance and the subtle body called your energy field, she can lead you to transform and shift energy blocks. This typically results in the release of physical pain, a deeper spiritual or self connection, and release of old patterns.

Tamara Newmoon, Psychic

Tamara is an internationally recognized psychic and healer. Intuitive, empathic and clairvoyant from a young age, she has utilized her gifts in a variety of arenas. She is remarkably accurate with the information she conveys, as she opens her vision and receives the guidance that spirit has to offer. Combining her training in shamanism, plant medicine, astrology and yoga, with her gift as an intuitive, a reading with Tamara is a truly unique experience.

Rachel Jones, Structural Medicine Practitioner, Craniosacral

Rachel Jones is an experienced Structural Medicine practitioner, with a passion to heal and balance body and mind. She aims to see the entire body in great clarity, and hold space for the client to arrive at what they need. Rachel takes great care to meet each person openly and honestly.

Seattle Hakomi Education Network, Body-centered Psychotherapy

Hakomi body-centered psychotherapy, an experiential therapeutic method originated by Ron Kurtz, is often described as assisted self-discovery. It can be experienced in one-on-one therapeutic sessions, weekend workshops, or as an extended training. The Education Center offers three levels of workshops, Personhood Series (I), Hakomi Training (II), and Deepening Skills (III).

Jenny Hayo, Yoga and Meditation Instructor

Jenny offers a holistic approach to yoga therapeutics by encouraging the integration of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual teachings. Her work encourages mindfulness through movement, breath and meditation practices. Students can experience Jenny’s work in public classes, private sessions or on silent retreats.

Laura Totten, Web Designer

Laura specializes in developing small business websites – she listens to each client’s unique needs and works to build the perfect website to showcase your product, keeping your specific clientele in mind as the audience.

ProFormance Rehab, Physical Therapy

The primary vision of Proformance Rehab is to provide each patient with a quality, individualized, hands on approach allowing the patient to be proactive in their goals towards self reliance and return to full function.

Mark Goodman, Therapist

Mark is a Seattle therapist specializing in mindfulness based, compassion centered psychotherapy. He is passionate about mindfulness and the power of mindfulness to transform people’s lives. Mark works with people who are looking for help with depression, anxiety, trauma, and relationship issues as well as people simply facing the existential question of how to find meaning and fulfillment in a human life.

Kelly Ross, Therapist

Kelly’s practice helps heal past traumas, address current destructive habits, and ease life transitions. By bringing kind attention and respect to the body’s habitual responses and parts of ourselves that have been hidden away, we begin to connect with a deeper understanding of who we are as individuals.

Jodi Wellman, Therapist

Jodi is a licensed mental health therapist practicing in Seattle, Washington. She offers a body-centered approach to therapy utilizing her knowledge of yoga, meditation, & pranayama integrated with her training in clinical psychotherapy.

“In the end, only three things matter: how much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.”
- Buddhist Saying