I am Kate Petty, an eclectic astrologer immersed in modern methods with an eye toward the historical origins of the craft in eastern and western cultures. My lifelong love for astrology has led me to study and practice many different systems with various mentors, and my current focus combines Traditional and Symmetrical techniques. An empathic, compassionate, and non-judgmental listener with experience in various 1:1 support contexts (e.g. hospice, physical therapy, confidential emotional support to incarcerated women, etc.), I apply my astrological knowledge and considerable intuition to co-interpret and co-process with clients in single consultations or ongoing mentorship.
I have had the honor to speak at multiple conferences in the U.S. and abroad, including the United Astrology Conference (UAC) in New Orleans, Northwest Astrological Conference (NORWAC) in Seattle, and for Astrology Restored in Cape Town, South Africa. I've lectured and taught in person and online for organizations including Kepler College of Astrological Education and National Council for Geocosmic Research (NCGR).
Outside astrology, I am a visual artist, primarily a painter. For the past twelve years I have volunteered providing confidential emotional support to women living in prison, work I hope to expand. I hold a Bachelor of Liberal Arts in Transpersonal and Depth Psychology and Expressive Arts from The Evergreen State College.
My name is Megan Clone and I offer Ayurvedic guidance. Originally daunted by Ayurvedic concepts I'd heard from other yogis, I enrolled in a class that surfaced in the spring of 2016. I quickly realized that I had intuitively been making choices to live a nature guided life all along, without knowing the ancient health system of Ayurveda already existed and laid out this framework, and more. In May 2017, I completed an Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist certification program through the Himalayan Institute. Living well and self-care through the lens of yoga and Ayurveda have been transformative. The concepts I've implemented have provided me with regular cycles, awareness of how different foods affect my digestive system, the importance of establishing self-care rituals in order to support and regulate my energy, and how to embrace my fiery and airy qualities without burning out. Ayurveda believes that we are all beings of nature - individual blends of the five natural elements - and teaches us to live harmoniously with the daily rhythms of nature both within us and outside of us. I so look forward to sharing the wisdom with you.
Hi! My name is Jo-Ann Questad. I am Taiwanese American and my family immigrated to the USA when I was 14. I graduated from U of W with a mechanical Engineering degree and worked for 30 years in the corporate world. I am now retired, and feel it is finally my time to be true to myself and live my passion, and that is to serve people and improve their quality of life.
When I turned 50, my health turned for the worse. It seemed that every time I had a check up, a new health issue would arise. I spent lots of money and felt helpless while addressing my unending health issues, but everything changed when I found doTERRA in 2015. The timing was perfect: I was eager to know everything about essential oils, and I was ready for natural solutions to heal me.
As time passes, my knowledge of essential oils expands and my desire to share with people grows. I have replaced my medicine cabinet with essential oil products, and my current daily regimen is full of elaborate essential oil routines that have blessed my life with vitality and peace.
I completed the Aromatouch Technique Massage Training course in 2016 and have given this treatment to countless people interested in the power of essential oils.
I hope essential oils may change your life for the better, like they have done for me!
My name is Melanie Burch. From a very young age I have been a caretaker and nurturer. Before I had heard of Reiki I understood that energy can heal. I intuited how to move energy and share it with others. When I learned about Reiki it felt like a natural extension of my soul.
I am Usui Fire Reiki II certified, a mother of three children, a preschool teacher, a volunteer baby cuddler at a hospital NICU, a musician and an artist.
When I meet with clients I listen to their needs through discussion and empathy and use this and my intuition to bring harmony and balance to their body's natural self-healing ability.
My name is Natasa Dragas (pronounced Natasha Dragash). I am nationally certified and licensed massage therapist since 2006. I moved to America from Croatia in 1991 to escape the whole civil war in former Yugoslavia.
I received a nursing degree in Croatia(high school level) but upon arriving in America I persuaded to studied psychology and art, receiving a BFA from College of St. Catherine. St, Paul, MN.
I have been doing intuitive massage for a long time but received a massage degree in 2006. Since then, i have been running my business in chiropractic settings. I can sense the pain right away, after talking and observing people i insist on touching them and immediately conducting the pain away.
My style is a combination of Deep Tissue Swedish massage with Orthopedic Massage, Myofascial Balancing, Abdominal Visceral Work, Cupping massage (silicone), Hot Stones, Sport Injury and Pregnancy/ Postpartum massage.
When is not busy running my massage business, i love spending my free time with my daughter and partner. We love to create art from day to day, we love to cook, dance, swim and listen some music. My passion is to travel to new exotic places, to dance, practice yoga, do pilates and water aerobic as well as swimming, camping and hiking with my family.
I am Jeznee Lyons. Since childhood, I knew I wanted to help people heal in a natural, non-harming way. I moved to Seattle as a teenager, where I discovered acupuncture and its amazing ability to heal.
My studies have since taught me the importance of body, mind, spirit connection and that the best healing occurs when treating the whole body. I create a safe and comfortable space where my patients can come to relax and receive high quality care. I make sure my patients feel heard in regards to their health concerns and healing process.
I studied TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) at Bastyr University receiving a Masters of Science in Acupuncture. I am licensed in the state of Washington and certified nationally with the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
Some of the conditions I commonly treat include musculoskeletal pain (back, neck, knee, shoulder, etc), cold and flu infections, headaches, digestive complaints, allergies, asthma, women's health, anxiety, stress reduction and insomnia. In combination with acupuncture, I use various other techniques such as trigger point therapy, cupping therapy, moxibustion, tui na (a type of Chinese massage) and electro-acupuncture.