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On February 1st, 2014, we are pleased to be adding our NEW FULL-TIME Bellevue location!

12715 Bel Red Road, Suite 204
Bellevue, WA 98005



According to the Western School of Feng Shui, the new year, which begins January 31st, is "now [time] to turn our gaze to the animal symbol of Horse. This sprouting upward rush of Wood energy will find its perfect release into the impulsive and passionate nature of the Yang Horse, whose native element is Fire.  The Horse energy inspires powerful INTUITION and an indomitable surge towards freedom in every aspect of life. This is a year to follow your inner voice like never before, for it will have a universal cosmic ch’i within it.  Higher guidance is with us every step of the way." 

With this surge of power that is symbolized by the budding spring and the wood element, we are happy to announce the opening of our new Full-Time Bellevue location! 


12715 Bel Red Road, Suite 204
Bellevue, WA 98005


We are already taking appointments for this location and will begin seeing patients in our beautiful new facility February 1st! Make your appointment today, and start the Year of the Horse with a commitment to good health and a happier life!
 
 
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         A long time ago, on a very hot summer day, a countryside herbal doctor was on a walk, and took rest by a big tree. While resting, a large python slithered down the tree and ate the doctor and his herbal chest! The doctor, realizing that he might die in the python’s stomach, thought about how he could save his own life, and get out of the snake’s stomach! He reached into his herbal chest, and pulled out some Da Huang (Chinese Rhubarb) and Ba Dou (Croton Seeds), both Chinese Herbal Laxatives, and threw them into the snake’s stomach! Immediately, the doctor could begin to hear the snake’s tummy making “gurgle gurgle” sounds, and before long the doctor was poo-pooed out of the snake! It worked! But right away, the doctor realized, “my chest! I forgot to get my herbal chest!” So the doctor kindly asked the python to swallow him again so that he could get his chest back! The snake replied, “No Doctor! I have had enough of your horrible laxative herbs!”