As a health care professional in Seattle for more than 22 years, I specialize in blending the practice of gentle Acupuncture with Therapeutic Thai Massage to treat a wide variety of conditions. Whether you are seeking pain relief from an automobile accident or sports injury, needing an hour or two to relax, or wanting to improve your overall wellness, I can help.

My treatments work on both the physical and energetic levels. Your sessions may include a combination of Acupuncture and Therapeutic Thai Massage, or they may focus on just one modality. Together, we can discuss what you feel is best for your body.

How will you feel after a treatment? Most of my clients report reduced body pain, greater range of motion in their joints, increased energy, deeper sleep, lessened anxiety, diminished PMS symptoms, and a deeper connection to their body and breath.

Acupuncture and Therapeutic Thai Massage are valuable adjuncts to proper nutrition, exercise, meditation, healthy relationships, and mindful work. In my opinion, all these elements are necessary for achieving and maintaining balance in our lives. Having good health often requires effort and patience, especially when treating chronic conditions.

In my practice, I am dedicated to providing every client with a comprehensive, holistic experience in which to explore his or her own powers of health and healing.  The goal of each session is to help return you to a place of quiet, where your body can remember how to care for itself and enjoy the experience of being fully alive in the present moment.

After your treatment, you are welcome to meander through the Soaring Crane garden, which has been designated an official backyard Wildlife Sanctuary by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.

I look forward to helping you achieve your optimal health.


Eric Spivack, BCTMB, LMP, EAMP, RTT


Thai Yoga Massage


Non-Discrimination Policy

Eric Spivack does not discriminate on the basis of gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, national origin, age, marital status, creed, religion, sex, physical or mental disability or veteran status.