Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine

Class of 2011

East-Asian medicine is a clinical approach to health care that has been refined and honed over thousands of years. For most of that time the focus of its transmission has been the clinic, where knowledge grows organically out of experience as master practitioners pass on what they know to apprentices. We believe that a modern acupuncture program still must be grounded in the clinic.  Read a Message from the Directors

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A Cold With Complications - 2nd Year Student Translation

A Cold with Complications:  
A Case Report Using a Combination Formula of
Sang Ju [Yin]-Yin Qiao [San] (桑菊飲-銀翹散) with
Tang] (附子細辛湯) to Treat a Cold Translate [ ... ] READ MORE

Congratulations Class of 2015!

  Congratulations Class of 2015!  

Clinical Application of the Ten Formula Families with Dr. Huang

Clinical Application of the Ten Formula Families with Dr. Huang   SIOM is pleased to welcome back Dr. Huang Huang, author of Ten Key Formula Families in Chinese Medicine,  who will be lect [ ... ] READ MORE

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Nemri, Summer, EAMP, MAcOM

Sacred Healing Northwest
5505 University Way NE
Seattle, Wa 98105
(206) 351-8580
www.sacredhealingnw.com

Summer Nemri

Class of 2008

Summer received her B.S. in Herbal Sciences from Bastyr University in 2005 and went on to earn her M.S. in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine in 2008. Currently, Summer practices in the University District of Seattle where she works on a sliding scale basis and also accepts insurance. Summer also practices in Lynnwood at the Acupuncture and Chiropractic Integrative Wellness Center where she also accepts insurance.

Summer has a passion for working with and incorporating sound/acutonics, herbal medicine and massage into her acupuncture practice.

Summer's main goal for her patients in treatment is attainment of an inner-sense of peace, relaxation and unity with all life everywhere: Seeing One as the All and All as the One. She strives to empower her patients to continue taking steps on their healing path: Though the road to healing may be rough, believe that anything is possible!