SEATTLE ACUPUNCTURE & CHINESE MEDICINE

My private practice in the Maple Leaf neighborhood of Seattle is a unique and powerful integration of Classical 5-Element Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) with bodywork and Zen practices. Over the past 17 years, I have worked with people of all ages, struggling with injury rehabilitation, stress management, acute/chronic pain, anxiety/depression to a wide range of chronic illnesses. I specialize in working with the mental-emotional-spiritual root causes as to why the body isn’t healing itself, and am passionate about offering people the tools which will allow their body/mind to do what they were meant to do naturally.

LATEST NEWS:

February, 2020 - We are excited to bring on massage therapist and health coach, Katy Grace Ball, LMT. Check out her bio!

January, 2020 - I started school to earn my Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine through Pacific College of Oriental Medicine!  

November, 2019 - I am honored to host Judy Worsley, lineage holder of Worsley Five Element Acupuncture, for patient consultations.

October, 2019 - Heading to Colorado for the Advanced Teacher Training  at the Institute of Taoist Education and Acupuncture for 5 days of rich Five-Element Acupuncture teaching wisdom. Very excited!

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September, 2019 - I completed a 2 year long mentorship with my amazing teacher, Thea Elijah, and working with the profound "medicine without form" body of work named Whole Heart Connection. 

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November, 2018 - I had the rare opportunity to be down in the Peruvian jungle along the Amazon river and work with local shamans exploring the power of their native plant spirit medicine. 

DAVID A. TUCKER, MSAOM, L.Ac, LMT

9500 Roosevelt Way NE, Suite 301, Seattle, WA 98115
(206) 696-1121
david@thezenofhealing.com

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