Hi! My name is Anne Lindberg. Most people call me Annie. I am an acupuncturist, herbalist, Ayurvedic and Chinese Medicine practitioner, and yoga teacher.
My goal is to help patients engage their inner resources in order to heal fully. I help patients become pain-free, move freely, feel free.
I incorporate Chinese and Japanese acupuncture, internal and external Chinese and Ayurvedic herbal medicine, cupping therapy, moxibustion, Tuina massage, yoga therapy, and nutritional and lifestyle counseling to address the root cause of symptoms and promote healing.
Before studying Ayurveda, East Asian Medicine, and acupuncture, I was a biologist, ecologist, and teacher. I have worked, researched, lived, and taught in many ecosystems, from the Islands of the Caribbean, to the mountains of India, to the Galapagos archipelago, to the Amazon rainforest, to the Rocky Mountains, to the giant kelp forests off Catalina Island, to the great Pacific Northwest. I led groups of teenagers on extended experimental education trips through these ecosystems, often serving as the Wilderness First Responder for the trips, making sure the participants were heathy, and healed quickly when injured. Through these experiences I have become poignantly aware of the intricate interconnection between the health of our environment and ecosystems, the health of our bodies, and the health of our spirits and minds. The more balanced each is, the more balanced all are.
As such, I treat the whole person, recognizing that body, mind, spirit, and environment are inextricably interwoven.
I'm passionate about providing attentive, compassionate, individualized care to help you efficiently and naturally recover from injury and illness and find balance within.
An educator and integrator at heart, I am always happy to explain my process, understanding, and the "whys" of my recommendations from Eastern and/or Western perspectives. Understanding fosters self-awareness and in-turn self-empowerment to self-care.
I value collaboration with other health care professionals and modalities, and I look forward to coordinating care with your other health care providers and your Primary Care Provider as appropriate.
My focus is in helping you find sustained vitality and freedom from pain (free flow) so that you can live harmoniously at your fullest potential. In practice this translates into treating musculoskeletal pain and injury, emotional pain and anxiety, autoimmune disorders, digestive disorders, skin disorders, and women's health concerns. I love this work and equally enjoy working with patients who are primarily focused on preventing disease and on promoting longevity, health, and wholeness.
I look forward to meeting and working with you!
Certifications & Degrees
- Licensed Acupuncturist and East Asian Medicine Practitioner in WA
- Nationally Certified Chinese Herbalist (NCCAOM)
- Masters in Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine (SIOM, Seattle WA)
- Ayurvedic Practitioner (NAMA)
- Yoga Teacher (Living Spirit Yoga, Olympia WA)
- MA in Environmental Studies (Evergreen State College, Olympia WA)
- BA in Biology (Pomona College, Claremont CA)
Warm, engaging, and caring.
"I have been one of Annie's clients for over a year. I followed her when she moved to her new practice location in the Arboretum/Madison Park area because of her expertise, her warm, engaging, and caring approach with her clients - and her personal touch to treatment and total health of her clients.
I recommend her to anyone looking for an acupuncture practitioner!"
”— S.S. (Queen Anne, Seattle WA)
I highly recommend her!
“I was lucky enough to meet Annie during a time when my back was flared-up. She was very thoughtful and thorough in her assessment and treatment and I'm now symptom free. She is the first person I'll call if I get another flare-up. I highly recommend her services."
— A.S. (Madison Valley, Seattle WA)
Annie is an incredible healer.
“Annie is an incredible healer. She uses all kinds of modalities and knowledge and creates a relaxing, positive experience. She's taught me ways to take care of myself that I use everyday, from stretches to eating habits. She's a person.".”
— B.Q. (Madison Park, Seattle WA)