I'm pleased that you are here and that you are taking steps toward being in charge of your own health. My goal is to work with your strengths and lend support where necessary.
My foundation for East Asian medicine is in Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine and the techniques that accompany this form of treatment; cupping, gua sha, Tui Na, etc. From this, I have branched out into Traditional Swedish and Ayurvedic Abhyanga style massage, Ayurvedic medicine and panchakarma as well as sound healing, utilizing Nepalese Seven metal singing bowls and Acutonics; tuning forks. These different styles allow me to use just what is necessary in a session to offer you individualized care. I look forward to meeting you and helping you awaken your inner healer.
Melissa Yaden AEMP, LMT, AP
We acknowledge that we practice on the land stewarded by the S’Klallam and Chemakums peoples. We continue to learn how we can support our indigenous relationships and support local activism. We welcome all peoples of every race, gender, sex and sexuality, body size and type, religious status, socioeconomic status, immigration or HIV status. We are trauma-informed and care about supporting our community to thrive not just survive. Our goal is to build resilient communities, promote healthy and engaged people, and work together for a better community and planet.
In addition to private practice, we offer community acupuncture sessions in a calm, safe, supportive group setting. We support one another and lift up each other along the path of our individual health journeys to build healthy people and a healthy community.
Service Compassion Tradition
Singing bowls and me