The Pin Cushion 

in Seattle, WA

Description: Serving the Seattle area with affordable acupuncture since 2008! We are experts in pain and stress management and provide quality service in a relaxing healing environment.
Additional Info: We are located on Boylston Ave E just off Olive Way in Capitol Hill. Two blocks from the Capitol Hill light rail station, free 2 hour parking on Olive and in the neighborhood.
Logo: The Pin Cushion
Phone: 2063243650
Address: 208 Boylston Ave E

Seattle WA 98102
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Business Hours: Monday: 2-7pm Tuesday: 11-2pm & 3-7pm Wednesday: 10-1pm & 3-7pm Thursday: 11-2pm & 3-7pm Friday: 1-6pm Saturday: 10-2pm Sunday: CLOSED
Payment Types Accepted: Cash, Check, Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Discover
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Julie Johnson
Julie Johnson

Julie Johnson graduated with a Master's degree in Acupuncture from the Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2003. She's done extensive continuing education in Dr. Tan's Balance Method, is an active member of The People's Organization of Community Acupuncture (POCA) and a certified NADA detox specialist. She founded the clinic in 2008 and has been busy needling thousands of patients ever since! When she's not working she's enjoying her family, which includes her husband and two sons, she enjoys hiking, skiing and exploring the beauty of the Northwest.

Julia Holloway
Julia Holloway

Julia Holloway practices Five Element Acupuncture and enjoys bringing her unique sensibility and powerful treatment style to the Pin Cushion’s community setting. Raised in Philadelphia, she studied Political Theater and Abnormal Psychology at New York University and earned her masters of Acupuncture at the Academy of Five Element Acupuncture in Gainesville, FL. When family life led her west in 2015, Julia left her private practice in New York City and landed in Seattle. She feels lucky to have settled in such a magical place and looks forward to getting to know all of you and serving this great community.

Angelica Jannone
Angelica Jannone

Angelica (she/her) has spent the last decade-plus working as a clinical massage therapist after a string of other physically demanding jobs. She fell in love with acupuncture as it presented a uniquely accessible option to manage chronic pain from work, as well as a compassionate environment that provides patients immediate treatment—something rare in our current system. She recently obtained her Master’s in Acupuncture and East Asian Medicine from the Seattle Institute of East Asian Medicine (SIEAM). Studying acupuncture has added another layer to her understanding of anatomy, fascial connections and how to treat pain. Her work is informed by orthopedic and structural training as well as life experience; she’s interested in how people use and hold their bodies as we make our way through life. She is also certified and trained through the National AcuDetox Association (NADA), as substance use management and harm reduction are of particular interest to her.

Bruce Peters
Bruce Peters