Acupuncture is an ancient healing modality that falls under the umbrella of Chinese Medicine. Drawing from wisdom of over 5000 years, acupuncture and Chinese Medicine are designed to stimulate the body’s own innate ability to heal.
Drawn to acupuncture while living in Sri Lanka, I returned to the States to pursue my Masters of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, a three and a half year intensive program, at Bastyr University, located north of Seattle, Washington.
I graduated in December 2012 after completing a 5 week intensive externship program of study in China (in the cities of Cheng Du and Shanghai).
After practicing community style acupuncture for a year, I was delighted to start my own private practice in Wallingford. There has been no turning back – I love it!
Starting in May 2017, I expanded to serve two locations in Wallingford, a quaint neighborhood in the north Seattle area:
I see clients at:
Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, at a foundation level, are preventative in nature. However, in American culture, tend to fall into the same rhythm as Western medicine, that of being responsive.
Wherever you are in your healing process, acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine can offer valuable support for treatment.
“Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine are transformative tools that strongly compliment other healing modalities. Personally, I believe acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine have a wonderful way of weaving together other modalities to help create a strong foundation for healing.”
– Emily Paul, Acupuncturist, Herbalist, Healer
I welcome working with individuals who are working with other practitioners and want to broaden their support on the healing path.
I appreciate working with clients committed to self-care and improving their health and well-being. My ideal clients are those dedicated to making positive change in their life. Individuals who believe in the benefits of treatment with acupuncture and herbal medicine, and who:
If specific conditions are impacting your sense of focus, strength, well-being, or resolve, we can target treatment to address these needs.
In Seattle, I have used acupuncture with clients to unravel and overcome:
Acupuncture is most widely known to help with pain and is a recommended alternative to the opiod epidemic in the United States. A few specific pain patterns I often help clients overcome with acupuncture in Seattle:
Motor Vehicle Accidents can have a significant effect on those impacted. If you or someone you love has been involved in a car accident and is seeking help, consider acupuncture as an option!
Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine can help after a car accident to :
Recovering from a car accident is an example of when acupuncture couples beautifully with other healing modalities. Chiropractic, Physical Therapy, Craniosacral, Massage, and Homeopathic care are some primary modalities to treat someone after a car accident in Seattle.
I welcome clients who pay out-of-pocket at time of service. For those who prefer to use insurance, I am currently credentialed with the following insurance providers:
For any other plan, I submit a claim for reimbursement, but you should be aware of what your coverage is and recognize that you are responsible for any portion of the fee not paid by your insurance company.
You are welcome to contact my billing agency, Prestige Medical Billing, to get a quote for your specific acupuncture coverage with insurance. You may fill out their contact form online, or give me a call and I will submit a quote, through Prestige, on your behalf.
Rates vary depending on the type of service and the complexity of the problem. Aum Holistic Healing Arts offers a discount for payment at time of service and an additional 10% discount for Legends (aka Seniors) age 65 and over.