Tim McGee, EAMP, LAc
My name is Tim McGee. I am licensed in the sate of Washington as an East Asian Medical Practitioner (EAMP). I’m a nationally certified acupuncturist and herbalist with NCCAOM. After completing a Master of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Bastyr University, I am now the clinical director and acupuncturist at Acacia Natural Health. I trained at the Bastyr Center for Natural Health, Harborview Medical Center’s HIV wellness clinic, and Providence Hospital’s Cancer Care Alliance.
In a past life I was a farmer, and my roots of being a East Asian Medical Practitioner lie in organic and biodynamic farming. Farming has taught me about hard work and how important it is to take care of those aches and pains. Farming has also taught me that living with natural rhythms, eating well, and being active can bring a profound sense of well being and health. In the same way farming teaches me about working with natural rhythms, East Asian Medicine brings similar insights into working with the human body. East Asian Medicine teaches that we can maintain health by living in accordance with nature. My goal is to help you do just that.
Debbie Nicol-McGee, LMT
My name is Debbie Nicol-McGee. I am a licensed Massage Therapist in the state of Washington and the co-owner of Acacia Natural Health. I have a strong holistic and complementary healthcare ethos and was drawn to massage because I feel it addresses body, mind, and spirit. I first started practicing Massage Therapy in the U.K. in 2004. Moving to the United States, and re-certifying, gave me the opportunity to expand and refine therapeutic modalities. I work to integrate therapeutic and relaxation techniques including Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Cervical Injury and Swedish. Since certifying in Prenatal Massage it has become one of my big passions.
I believe in the body’s intrinsic ability to heal itself given the right environment and tailor each of my massages to the client’s particular needs.