Cadie Lynn is an acupuncturist, herbalist, shamanic practitioner, mentor and facilitator. She is a Licensed East Asian Medical Pracitioner in the state of Washington and board certified with the NCCAOM. She practices medicine in Bellingham, WA.
Cadie completed her Master’s of Science degree in Oriental Medicine from the National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) in 2013 and has additional training in shamanic medicine, somatics, jin shin tara, pediatrics, and trauma-informed care.
Cadie creates a safe and attentive space for healing and tends well to the specific needs and unique makeup of each patient, weaving in acupuncture, moxibustion, cupping and gua sha, hands on energy work, somatics, transformational life coaching, traditional dietary wisdom, lifestyle guidance, and mind-body practices to offer the most quality care possible.
I deeply believe in the power of traditional forms of healing wisdom for long-term transformation and the reclaiming of our vitality and wholeness.
She is devoted to serving her community via one on one healing sessions as well as group facilitation. She believes in medicine that is sustainable, soul-centric, mindfulness based, communicating our direct connection to Nature and Cosmos.
I like to think of myself as a guide that helps you get to where you want to go, simply by connecting you with the wisdom of your body and spirit. I offer tools and resources that take you to the next level in your healing journey.
Cadie is a Florida native and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science from the University of Florida. It was there in the oak and pine forests, swamps, lakes, and springs of this southern state that she discovered her connection to the wild, natural world, as well as her passion for conservation, sustainability, and permaculture. After college, Cadie traveled extensively, journeying through the jungles of Ecuador, eco-farms of Nicaragua, and the Mayan villages of Guatemala, eventually guiding her to a path of natural and soul-centered medicine.
I have lived in the Pacific Northwest for 13 years and love it so much! I call Bellingham home and enjoy kayaking, hiking, biking, visiting the San Juan islands, crafting, dancing and meditating!