The Engström Affekt Opens New Fremont Studio
September 2016

The Engström Affekt, the bodywork, acupuncture, and herbal medicine practice of David Engström, has opened a studio in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood in the Fremont Village Square at 3601 Fremont Avenue North, Suite 412, Seattle. With over 20 years of extensive training and experience, Engström says he approaches healing as a process rather than a procedure or political agenda.  “Using a synthesis of Eastern and Western approaches, the goal of my work is to leave your body feeling lighter, lengthened, grounded on your feet, and simply more ‘put together,’” Engström says about the Engström Affekt. Engström entered the health field as a respiratory therapist but says he began to see the shortcomings of the conventional medicine approach, particularly the narrow-focused “fix it” mentality. “With my synthesis of Eastern and Western approaches, I help clients achieve total health with unparalleled results,” he finishes.

The Engström Affekt is located at Fremont Village Square, 3601 Fremont Avenue North, Suite 412, Seattle. For more information: Engstromaffekt.com or 206-938-0682.

Homeless Health Care Nonprofit Celebrates New Name
September 2016

A Seattle-based nonprofit that has been providing free health care to people experiencing homelessness and low income for more than 15 years is inviting the public to their fall fundraiser taking place Sept. 30 and themed “Enchantment … with Care.” The event will be held from 7-9 p.m. in the downstairs event space at Seattle’s Melrose Market, 1532 Minor Ave. Tickets cost $75 and reservations are requested by Sept. 23. The themed event, sponsored by Tuxedos and Tennis Shoes, will offer musical and performance entertainment, complimentary wine, tapas and dessert, and a silent auction featuring a variety of items and experiences. Integrative Care Outreach, which recently changed its name from Alternative Healthcare Access Campaign, offers naturopathic medicine, acupuncture and massage at homeless, low-income and transitional communities including Frye Apartments, a low-income housing building in downtown Seattle; Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets on Capitol Hill; ROOTS Young Adult Shelter in the University District; Tent City 3 (location changes every 90 days) andCountry Doctor Youth Clinic on Capitol Hill. The nonprofit group’s licensed health care providers currently offer these services once a month, but with help from donors, the hope is to increase these services to provide more consistent care for its clients. “In medicine, frequency, duration and reliability are important aspects of healing,” said Ellen Sims, LMP, executive director of Integrative Care Outreach. “With serious conditions, when resources are limited and life is unstable, the increase of these aspects are even more crucial. Not to mention it is about the only way to track outcomes with a transient population.” The organization’s new name, Integrative Care Outreach, embraces a shift in the holistic health care industry. “One constant in life is change, and when AHAC hit its 15th year, it was apparent that we must make changes while keeping the mission our focus,” Sims said. “I recently spoke with one of the co-founders of the organization, and she was very pleased and grateful for the change. This whole process has really stimulated growth for our organization and the need for our services.”

To buy tickets for the Sept. 30 event: Eventbrite. For more information or to sign up for the group’s e-newsletters, go to IntegrativeCareOutreach.org or to its Facebook page, Facebook.com/IntegrativeCareOutreach.

Cider Summit Seattle
September 2016

Cider Summit Seattle to Take Place in September

The seventh annual Cider Summit Seattle will take place Sept. 9-10 on the SLU Discovery Center Lawn, located at 101 Westlake Ave. N. The event features over 150 ciders including regional favorites and international classics, according to organizers. Expanded food offerings from Whole Foods Market, Capitol Cider, KRAVE Jerky and others. The Oregon Fruit Products Fruit Cider Challenge will feature pilot batch fruit ciders from several participating cideries with a vote to determine the champion. Special appearances and music programming from KEXP will also be offered. A portion of the proceeds will benefit nonprofits.

Cider Summit Seattle takes place Sept. 9-10 on the SLU Discovery Center Lawn, located at 101 Westlake Ave. N. Tickets are $30-45. General admission starts at 3 p.m. Friday and continues through 8 p.m., while Saturday admission is from 12–5 p.m. For more information: CiderSummitNW.com.

333 Tibetan Bowls Comes to Amazing Grace Spiritual Center
August 2016

Amazing Grace Spiritual Center will bring an event entitled 333 Tibetan Bowls to Seattle on Friday, Sept. 9 from 7:30-9:30 p.m. Presented by author, radio host and spiritual counselor Mark Peebler, the evening involves the audience being surrounded by 333 Tibetan singing bowls rung by up to 19 bowl ringers, and the experience includes the use of guided meditations and essential oils to heal and transform. Singing bowls are available for purchase at the end of the meditation, and a portion of the proceeds go to Nepal Earthquake relief.  The 333 Tibetan-style singing bowls used in this immersive experience are made in Gilung Village in Nepal, and Peebler has throughout the tour kept his promise to send the village artisans $7,000 a month from sales of the bowls to help them recover from the recent devastating earthquake.  Mark Peebler, known as “Dr. Dream,” is a faculty member at Kensington College in Santa Ana, Calif., and an author, spiritual counselor and radio host. In addition to his work as an intuitive counselor and as an empowerment coach, Dr. Dream also engages in healing work in various disciplines, including guided visualizations, reiki and essential oils. Amazing Grace Spiritual Center is delighted to have the opportunity be the Seattle stop on the national tour of 333 Tibetan Bowls, according to organizers, who note the center’s 107 year old sanctuary, with a 22 foot ceiling and natural acoustics is the perfect venue for the healing, meditative experience.

The event will be held at Amazing Grace Spiritual Center, located at 2007 NW 61st St. in Ballard. Tickets are $25/advance and $33/door, with no one turned away, available at BrownPaperTickets.com. For more information: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , AmazingGraceSeattle.org or 206-402-2633.

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