Agape Acupuncture 

- Acupuncture 

in Seattle, WA

Description: In pain, physical or emotional? Feel tired or fatigued? Trouble sleeping? It can be hard to live with these things. And taking a harsh chemical to treat a symptom can sometimes have worse side effects. Why not treat the cause of the problem instead?
Additional Info: Chinese medicine, including acupuncture, gets at the root of the problem - the imbalances within the body - so your body can heal itself and you can finally live the life you want to live. Check out my website for more!
Logo: Agape Acupuncture
Phone: 3605046850
Address: At the FarWest Building
610 NW 44th Street
Seattle WA 98107
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Business Hours: Monday through Friday: 11 am - 8:30 pm (Only open to 6:00 on Fridays)
Payment Types Accepted: Cash, Check, Visa, MasterCard, Amex
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Manu Saxena
Manu Saxena

Manu is the sole proprietor of Agape Acupuncture, has studied Chinese medicine and Chinese martial arts for more than 30 years, and been in practice for 25 years. He is a licensed acupuncturist and East Asian Medical Practitioner in the state of Washington and nationally certified by the NCCAOM. He has also studied and received certification in Toyohari acupuncture by the international Toyohari Association. Manu studied Toyohari in Tokyo, Japan and received certification as an instructor of the Toyohari style. He has served on the national board of the North American Toyohari Association, taught acupuncture in Seattle, Colorado, Texas, Chicago, and Florida, and served as a member of the Japanese acupuncture faculty at the Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. He is well versed in several different styles of acupuncture. In addition, Manu has experience with craniosacral therapy and various massage techniques, including Shiatsu and Chinese Tuina, is a Reiki master, and has training in Richard Bartlett’s unique method of Matrix Energetics. Like many Toyohari practitioners, Manu is trained in and uses a gentle method of treatment especially for children called Shonishin, which is entirely painless and non-invasive, and very effective.