Amanda Anuraga from Tacoma East Asian Medicine (USA)
Amanda received her Masters of Acupuncture through the Seattle Institute of East Asian Medicine. Women's health, digestion issues, relief for pain, stress, anxiety and recovery support for post-surgery, PTSD, substance abuse, and eating disorders. These are underserved populations that fascinate her and are what she'd like to help heal in the community.
Reya Born from Brilliant Medicine (USA)
Reya has been practicing TCM in the Seattle area for 15 years. She graduated from the Seattle Institute of East Asian Medicine in 2003. Her hands-on diagnostics creates custom designed and unique treatments for each patient. Reya is passionate about furthering the medicine both through patient education and practitioner access to Engaging Vitality.
Kailey Brennan from Alpenglow Acupuncture (USA)
Kailey earned a Masters in Traditional Chinese Medicine from The Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Denver, Colorado. Kailey is a general practitioner with a special interest in the treatment of psycho-emotional well-being, women’s health, and fertility. She has trained in multiple approaches to the practice of acupuncture and herbal medicine in order to comprehensively approach a patient’s situation from multiple therapeutic viewpoints.
Gemma Casasampera (Spain)
Leon Gobert (Netherlands)
Jack Radner from Amherst Community Acupuncture (USA)
Jack graduated from the Seattle Institute of East Asian Medicine in 2003. After years of private practice he started Amherst Community Acupuncture in 2007. The mission and vision of this clinic has always been to allow as many people as possible in the community to benefit from good, thorough, attentive care with Acupuncture, Herbal medicine, Cupping, and Moxibustion. Jack has continued his education by regularly taking part in workshops and seminars with the likes of Kiiko Matsumoto, Nigel Dawes, Huang Huang, and Dan Bensky.
Nina Siegling (Germany)
Jeanette Waterval (Netherlands)
Velia Wortman (Germany)
Angelika Zabel (Germany)