Covid-19 Updates to Our Current Services and Information

We miss you and we hope you are staying safe and healthy. Please read below for information on In Office Visits, Existing Appointments, and Virtual Appointments.

We are open with limited hours:
Contact us immediately via email at, for an appointment if you are experiencing significant physical, mental or emotional distress. We will have limited availability for the next few weeks but are seeing some of our patients in need.

If delaying treatment with us would likely lead to you using another clinic or facility (like urgent care or ER), contact us immediately.
Stay home if:
If you are at high risk for complications from COVID, have any respiratory symptoms, may have had recent exposure to COVID or can delay treatment, we ask that you not make an appt at this time. Most of all, we want to thank all of you for doing your part to keep us all safe. We are in this together!

Protocols for safety:
We have implemented safety protocols for sanitization including extensive use of sanitizers, plastic covers on the tables and face cradles, and will be staggering patients and providers to limit the contact between people. At this time we will only be seeing one patient in a room every three hours. We will prescreen for fever and any respiratory symptom.

For now, we are discontinuing heavy contact treatment such as massage, cosmetic acupuncture and cranial sacral because we do not want to use PPE that is in short supply.

Virtual Services:
We are now seeing patients virtually to help keep connected with you all and serve our community. Please see for a list of our virtual services. If you need herbs, supplements, want to know how to keep your immune system strong, help mitigate cold/flu/Covid, or continue with your usual care, we can provide this via telemedicine. We are also offering one-on-one Meditation/Mindfulness session, 5 Element consultations and Energy Medicine.

Free Wellness Seminars
While in quarantine, we are offering free weekly seminars. They will be posted on Facebook, Instagram and on Fullslate.

We are also starting free wellness seminars. They will be posted on Facebook, Instagram and on Fullslate.

Existing appointments
We will email you if we need to cancel your existing appointment due to quarantine. You may contact us to let us know if your appointment is essential so we can prioritize your appointment.

A beginners guide to herbs for seasonal affective disorder

Union Center for Healing’s acupuncturist & herbalist, Dylan, will be teaching a class on both Western & Chinese herbs to uplift mood, calm tension and support healthy energy levels during the upcoming dark months. Class will include herb tasting and a basic how to on blending dried herbs for tea and preparing tea infusions.

Where: Union Center for Healing: 2100 E Union Street
When: Sunday, November 17 12pm-1:30pm
What: $30, must purchase tickets in advance purchase tickets here:

Meditation & Mindfulness

for Parents, Teachers, & Caregivers of Tweens & Teens

Presented by Roxane Geller, EAMP & Mary Cate, LMFH 

4 Thursdays: 3/7, 3/14, 3/21, 3/28,  6:30-8:00 PM, Cost: $80
Class size: 8 participants
Location: Union Center for Healing

mindfulness for parents of teens

Presented by Roxane Geller, EAMP & Mary Cate, LMFH 

4 Thursdays: 3/7, 3/14, 3/21, 3/28,  6:30-8:00 PM, Cost: $80
Class size: 8 participants
Location: Union Center for Healing

Mindful Preconception

Service: Mindful Preconception
sign-up via Fullslate

We will explore pre-conception through a holistic and mindful lens. We will discuss stress, lifestyle, reproductive interventions, cultural perceptions and context around fertility, diet and natural health support, and establishing a spiritual connection to the baby to be. We will use mindfulness and meditation to facilitate this process. Class is limited to 10 participants. Book now to save your spot! Cost: $55. Sunday, January 20th, 10AM-1PM.

Provider:  None available
Date/time:  Please contact us to schedule this service.

Food As Medicine

Saturday, December 8th @ 1pm-2:30pm

Fire cider is a powerful warming tonic to help build immunity during the cold winter months. It’s a fun and simple recipe that is highly accessible, as it can be concocted with items found lying around your kitchen. Half food, half medicine, this yummy vinegar potion can help combat colds, flus, bronchial congestion and infections. 
This hour and a half long class will cover the story behind fire cider, why it’s main ingredients are immune enhancing, as well as a hands on lesson where we all make a fire cider to take home!

Class cost will include your jar and ingredients for the fire cider you’ll be making during this class. 

Tickets: $25 a person. Please buy tickets in advance to ensure your place. 
When: Saturday, December 8th @ 1pm-2:30pm
Max capacity: 8 people. Sign up now to secure your spot by visiting:
For questions, email Dylan at

Dylan Spencer (she/her) is an acupuncturist, Chinese & Western herbalist at the Union Center for Healing. She believes herbal medicine is a powerful tool everyone should have access to. Fire cider is an important medicine to her because it helps us reclaim the power of food and herbs as medicine in a world where we are taught to depend on over the counter pharmaceuticals.

Fall Wellness Market

An Exploration of Seasonal support

Featuring Tarot readings, mini Reiki sessions, Biopuncture treatments, and a pop-up with community herbalist and nutrition counselor Cobweb MD

Saturday October 27
2100 E. Union Street, Seattle

Wellness Market 1-5pm
Weathering the Seasons Workshop 6-7:30pm
A Workshop on the Seasonal SADS
hosted by Cobweb MD

Fall Market