An experienced massage therapist relieves lingering muscle aches and joint stiffness during a soothing tuina or shiatsu session
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What You'll Get
- Tuina and shiatsu sessions are done fully clothed
- The visit may be conducted in a community room setting rather than in individual rooms
- SIEAM interns provide bodywork therapy using either Chinese medical massage (tuina) or Japanese acupressure therapy (shiatsu)
- These techniques are good for relaxation and stimulating full body circulation, which supports overcoming pain, tension, and injuries
The Fine Print
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About Seattle Institute of East Asian Medicine
For students, the Seattle Institute of East Asian Medicine, which was established in 1994, provides an active, clinically-based graduate program in acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. A small instructor-to-student ratio ensures purposeful training and frequent skill assessments in patient care and varied treatments. At the end of their apprentice-style studies, 90 percent of alumni become active in clinical practice.
For patients, SIEAM has long been a provider of affordable alternative healthcare, including herbal consultations, shiatsu massage, and tui na, a form of Chinese manipulative therapy often used in conjunction with acupuncture and t'ai chi. Services are explained and executed by interns with help from the faculty—all have a minimum of ten years experience treating patients.