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Ashley Schiavone, L.Ac

Acupuncture & Chinese HERBs

Ashley honors the unique partnership of the human body and nature. She focuses on empowering her patients, educating them about health in order for them to achieve and sustain their most vibrant picture of well-being. Ashley is trained in Craniosacral Therapy and Neuro Emotional Technique. She incorporates these skills with Chinese herbal therapy, acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) dietary education to address the many layers of health. She incorporates deep tissue work, Craniosacral Therapy and additional modalities within acupuncture sessions. By integrating her background in western science with the philosophy of eastern medicine, Ashley is able to look at health from many angles.

Ashley is a board certified and WA state licensed acupuncturist, Chinese herbalist and massage practitioner. Ashley earned her Bachelor’s degree from The University of Michigan in biopsychology with a focus on neuroscience research. She graduated from Bellevue School of Massage and earned dual master degrees in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Bastyr University. While at Bastyr, Ashley received training in diverse clinical settings, as well as traveling to China in 2010 to continue her education in Chinese Herbal Therapy. Ashley completed externships with Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Shu Guang and Long Hua hospitals in China.

Insurance

Ashley is currently contracted with Aetna, American Specialty Health, Cigna, Foundations Networks, Global, Health Ways, Heritage, Lifewise, Premera, Regence, and PIP cases (personal injury claims).

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To book an appointment with Ashley, you can book online with the schedule button below or call us at (206) 972-2999. Please note, we have more availability in her schedule by calling in and would love to book your appointment.

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Corrie Adams, LMP

Since graduating from Cortiva Institute of massage in 2015, Corrie has been thrilled to integrate her lifelong movement background into her massage practice. Whether it's through dance, running, swimming, hiking, mountain biking or yoga: She enjoys exploring the intricacies of human anatomy and one's overall sense of body awareness. Since graduating she has spent several months in Thailand to further explore her passion for their rich culture and to both learn & teach the ancient bodywork practices of Thai Massage.

She specializes mainly in Deep Tissue, Swedish, Myofascial release, Sports & Neuromuscular techniques, Trigger point, Acupressure and Thai massage therapies. She is fascinated by the ability to change one's body through focused, intentional activity and enjoys assisting people in that process through massage. Her goals are not only to help aid in the relief of each client's stress, aches & pain; but also to help them regain an overall sense of ease & balance within. Whether it's on the table or on the Thai mat, Corrie is excited to explore & share in compassionate and effective bodywork with you.

Meg Heather Ford

Doula Services

My path to birth work has been a circuitous one indeed. Initially drawn to Chinese medicine, I began my acupuncture training at the American College of Oriental Medicine in San Francisco in 2001 and, after moving to Bristol, England to be with my fiance, completed my studies in 2005 with a Professional Licentiate Degree in Acupuncture from the South West College of Oriental Medicine. During this time I received further training in Shiatsu techniques, Indian Head Massage and Detox Auricular Acupuncture. As I developed both a private practice as well as a community based clinic, I was naturally drawn to women’s health and worked with clients around fertility, pregnancy and hormonal health.

After my experience of birthing my own babies at home with the continuous care of NHS midwives, I knew I wanted to birth to be my work. Less drawn to the medical role of a midwife and given my acupuncture training, I knew my skills lay in connecting with women and their families, providing educational, mental and emotional support that seeks above all to honor a woman's innate ability to navigate her own birth and freedom to make informed decisions.

When my family returned to the US in 2010, I transformed my training as an acupuncturist into the work of a birth doula. I attended my first birth in January 2011 and have since supported over 85 births.

I find my own practice of yoga, walking meditation and breathe awareness enhances my work as a doula and I increasingly incorporate this along with my knowledge of acupressure into my work with women and their partners.

I am a certified birth doula with the International Childbirth Education Association. I live in North Ballard, Seattle with my husband and two young boys.

For more info, please call Meg at 415-987-6842, email her at megheatherford@mac.com, or visit www.megheatherford.com.

 

Jennifer Wesson, NTP

Nutritional Therapy

Jennifer understands the power of food.  She knows that a proper, personalized diet can give your body everything it needs to function and heal.  Through nutrition, she has helped people reverse the effects of joint pain, insomnia, anxiety, obesity, chronic digestive issues and behavior problems in children. Hers is an integrated approach, using nutrition, meditation, yoga and other practices to bring the body back into balance. 

 

Jennifer's journey to nutritional therapy was a personal one.  After a long search and much research into why her daughter was repeatedly getting sick, Jennifer discovered the power of nutritional therapy to determine the root causes of symptoms and support the body innate ability to heal itself.  What she discovered was so life-changing that she became a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and has committed herself to sharing her knowledge and experience with others.

For more information or to schedule your appointment visit: www.threerootsnw.com