Ashley Schiavone EAMP, LA.c., LMP
“I seek to celebrate life, honor the rhythms of nature and support others in their journey to live joyfully.”
Ashley Schiavone EAMP, LA.c., LMP, honors the unique partnership of the human body and nature. She focuses on empowering her patients, educating them about health in order for them to achieve and sustain their most vibrant picture of well-being. Ashley is certified in Craniosacral Therapy (CST) and Neuro Emotional Technique (NET). She incorporates these skills with Chinese herbal therapy, acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) dietary education to address the many layers of health. She incorporates deep tissue work, Craniosacral Therapy and additional modalities within acupuncture sessions. By integrating her background in western science with the philosophy of eastern medicine, Ashley is able to look at health from many angles.
Ashley is a board certified and WA state licensed acupuncturist, Chinese herbalist and massage practitioner. Ashley earned her Bachelor’s degree from The University of Michigan in biopsychology with a focus on neuroscience research. She graduated from Bellevue School of Massage and earned dual master degrees in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Bastyr University. While at Bastyr, Ashley received training in diverse clinical settings, as well as traveling to China in 2010 to continue her education in Chinese Herbal therapy. Ashley completed externships with Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Shu Guang and Long Hua hospitals in China.
Nicole Eskandari EAMP, LA.c.
"True healing occurs when you are seen within the context of your physical, emotional, mental and social sate of being."
Nicole S. Eskandari MS, LAc, EAMP, believes true healing occurs when you are seen within the context of your physical, emotional, mental and social state of being. Nicole sees herself as a patient advocate, someone who will not only provide you with excellent treatments, but will also be your support as you maneuver through the health care system. Nicole believes that every person needs an advocate within health care and in the end will be much better for it. Everyone needs time and attention in order to thrive, and in order to understand the root cause of illness.
Nicole’s main passion in Acupuncture and East Asian medicine is the nuanced nature of it’s diagnostic system, which has been designed to pick up on the slight imbalances in the body that lead to illness.
Nicole blends acupuncture, botanical medicine, cupping, manual therapy, aroma acupoint therapy, and sound therapy into her treatments depending on needs. She has a special interest in working with sound and has spent many years studying the effect of different notes upon the body. Nicole is always delighted to incorporate sound therapy into treatments and notices that treatments reach a new level of regenerative prowess when sound is incorporated. This therapy is especially effective for stress and anxiety relief. Nicole’s specialties are pain management, stress and anxiety relief, immune wellness (including a specialty in allergy care), reproductive health and digestive care.
Nicole S. Eskandari received her MS, LAc, EAMP from Bastyr University. She completed her pre-medical studies at ASU where she also acquired a BA with a focus on global history, philosophy and religious traditions. Here she was awarded her departments Outstanding Humanitarian Award. She is nationally certified with NCCAOM as a diplomat in East Asian Medicine and is a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist in the state of Washington. She has completed clinical rotations at Bastyr’s Center for Natural Health, High Point Medical Center, Harborview Medical Center, and Providence Hospital’s Cancer Care Alliance. She has served as the Site Coordinator for a free monthly clinic at ROOTS, a young adult shelter in Seattle, through the non-profit organization Integrative Care Outreach for many years. She recently completed an externship in Taiwan under the renowned Dr. Lee Chen Yu(r). She is also a Yoga Alliance certified yoga teacher, having received teacher training both in America and Nepal. She recently helped to create a yoga/wellness program for refugee populations through the International Rescue Committee where she also volunteers as an on call interpreter.