Everybody needs help. As a quick reference to the people and places we go to get ourselves taken care of, or have heard great things about from trusted sources, we offer you this list. We are so grateful to have these excellent practitioners to turn to, and always interested to hear who you go to when you need it!
Jennifer Keller– Craniosacral Therapy, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Neuromyofascial release, low force bodywork
Brenna Buckwalter– Massage Therapy in upper Fremont
Christina Pappas– Craniosacral Therapy, deep tissue Swedish massage
Eve DeRooy– Craniosacral Therapy, Swedish massage, Somatic Experiencing/Organic Intelligence
The team at Banya 5– for sooner-rather-than-later needs
Yoga on Beacon
Motion Sense Movement Education Becci Parsons does amazing Feldenkrais work in north Seattle
Karen Clay is a multifaceted movement wizard, Somatic Unwinding and Feldenkrais in central Seattle
Kinesia Pilates Classical Pilates in Pioneer Square
Vitality Pilates Pilates in multiple locations around Seattle.
Kahoutek Coaching personal training
Renew Physical Therapy in Hillman City (South End)
Heidi Gans works out of her home office in Columbia City
Footworks Physical Therapy fine tuned bike fitting and PT in Pioneer Square
Movement Systems Physical Therapy by Lake Union
Cascade Dizziness and Balance Clinic in Madrona
Angela Grace Counseling for families, couples, and individuals
Kathi Buchanan (206) 931-4256 Somatic Experiencing Practitioner and Counseling
Charlotte House counseling from a bodywork background, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner
Alexandra Onno (206) 949-4520
Robin Held, Grief Coach
Ellen Forney is a mental health coach whose own journey managing bipolar disorder is chronicled in her two books Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, & Me, and Rock Steady: Brilliant Advice From My Bipolar Life. She now offers one-on-one support for people who are struggling to find a steady center.
Lynn Warner, ADHD Coaching
Dean Chier, MD– Seattle Healing Arts Center has a great reputation.