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About Ted Johnson and Natural Flow Massage
A graduate of Bastyr University (1996) and Brenneke School of Massage, Ted has worked as a massage practitioner since 1997. Ted’s mind-body oriented massage is a hybrid of Swedish Massage and advanced trainings in Deep Tissue, Injury Treatment, Neuromuscular Release, Myofascial Release and Trigger Point Technique. He combines sound knowledge of anatomy and physiology with an inclination towards energy arts (Reiki & Lomi Lomi) to provide a well-balanced massage integrating the physical, energetic and spiritual. Ted focuses on neck pain, back pain, hip pain and areas of blocked energy while working with you through education and self-awareness. Ted can help to identify negative habitual patterns in order to assist you toward a pain-free life with natural energy flow.
Preferred Provider for most insurance plans including: Aetna, Premera, LifeWise, Cigna, Uniform, First Choice, American Whole Health, Regence, PacifiCare L&I, and PIP (auto accidents).
About Lisa Johnson and Inner and Outer Beauty
A licensed cosmetologist, aesthetician, and instructor since 1985, Lisa has a Masters in Whole Systems Design with a focus on Beauty, Creativity & Transformation (1998). Recognizing her clients’ well-being as a whole, balancing science and nature, Lisa has a full spectrum health approach to hair and skin.
A true artist, Lisa excels in hair design supported by Davines haircolor from Italy and Pureology natural haircare products.
As skincare therapist, Lisa specializes in non-surgical face-lifts using the newest microcurrent technology, photorejuvenation light therapy, and diamond-tipped microdermabrasion. She also offers luxury facials, waxing, and divine body wraps in a spa-like setting.
A talented creative team, Lisa and her husband, Ted, founded Admiral Healing Arts in 2002.
About Judith Kaufman and Emerald City Healing Arts
Nationally certified by the NCCAOM and licensed by Washington state, Judith offers acupuncture, acupuncture facial rejuvenation, sound healing using Acutonics“ tuning forks, foot reflexology, ear acupuncture for detox and addictions.
The most common problems she treats are neck and back pain, muscle and joint pain, headaches, as well as depression and anxiety. She has a special interest in Facial Rejuvenation. A combination of acupuncture, massage, herbology and self-care can increase collagen production to enhance the inner health of the organs for a vital, more rested appearance to the skin and soften ingrained facial expressions. Judith lives in West Seattle with her husband and twin boys.
Accepted Insurance Plans: Aetna, Premera, LifeWise, Cigna, Uniform, First Choice, American Whole Health, PIP (auto accidents).
About Wendy Rose Acorn Westerlin and Red Rose Massage
Wendy Rose Acorn Westerlin has shared her massage skills since 1988, using Swedish, Shiatsu, Aromatherapy, Hot Stone Massage and Reflexology. She is motivated, personal, and an incredibly gifted massage therapist who is also learning Iyengar yoga teacher methods.
Wendy believes the relationship between therapist and client is sacrosanct; no one can predict its character. Wendy connects with the relaxed and quiet client as outward trimmings fall away and one’s soul reveals itself.
Aromatherapy works with essences of plants, flowers and trees, interacting with the essence of each person. Rose, lavender and lilac create a special connection.
Relexology includes Wendy touching the feet for an hour. Points on the feet directly correspond to points on the body—the liver, adrenals, heart. Reflexology puts the client in a deeper, relaxed state, sometimes even asleep!

Directions to the cozy cottage of ADMIRAL HEALING ARTS:
Get door to door driving directions at MapQuest or Google Maps

By Seattle Metro bus, take Bus #55 or Bus #56 which bring you within 3 blocks.
Get off at the intersection of California Ave SW and SW Admiral.
Then walk 2 blocks north to SW Walker along California Ave SW.
Go left onto Walker, then right onto 44th Ave SW.
We're very soon at 2132 44th Avenue SW on the right side.
Look for the wooden archway at our steps.