mon: 10 - 1

thurs: 9 - 7

 sat 9-11 (twice/month)

metaphysical healing

by appointment 

massage & nutrition

mon-sat by appointment

19987 1st Ave S Ste 103
Normandy Park, WA 98148


Tel: 206. 824.7200

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Living Life in Balance Blog

July 2, 2019

Children between the ages of 8-18 look at screens, such as phones, TV’s, and computers, for an average of 7.5 hours per day. This screen time is solely for entertainment purposes and doesn’t include screen time used for homework or at school. Spending massive amounts in front of a screen prevents children from getting the minimum 60 minutes per day of physical activity.  Screen time should be limited to 1-2 hours per day to encourage children to engage in more physical activities. Some activities children can do instead of looking at screens are: play a sport, walk the dog, or ride a bike.

April 30, 2019

In 2016, over 6 million children in the United States had been diagnosed with ADHD at some point in their life. Although medication is often prescribed rashly without a proper evaluation of the child, there are alternatives to medication, such as: behavior therapy, activity/exercise, diet, and essential fatty acids. Behavior therapy equips parents with the skills and strategies to help their child and empowers the child by teaching them ways to replace problem causing behavior with positive behavior, as well as work through their emotions. Behavior Therapy is an effective way to manage ADHD without the effects of medication. Regular physical activity has been shown to increase cognitive performance and brain health among children. Diet plays a major role in the functioning of the body. When children aren’t getting proper nutrition, it can decrease their attention and alertness. Diets that are high in sugar can cause kids to be restless and decrease attention. Multiple studies on the ef...

April 23, 2019

Exercising while pregnant is safe for women who are healthy and do not have any pregnancy complications. Not only is it safe, there are also multiple benefits, including: easing back pain, reducing constipation, promoting healthy weight gain, and decrease the risk of gestational diabetes, preeclampsia, and cesarean delivery. It is recommended that pregnant women exercise at a moderate intensity for 150 minutes per week. Some exercises that are safe during pregnancy are: walking, swimming/water workouts, stationary bicycling, and modified yoga and pilates. Some other physical activities can be done if you have experience, but it is important to contact your health care professional to discuss what is safe for you. There are some precautions to take while exercising while pregnant. It is important to drink enough water to avoid dehydration and overheating.  It’s also important to not stand still or lay flat on your back for extended periods of time. Lying on your back can cause blood to...

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Current Schedule:  

Dr. Genie will be adjusting 

Monday 10AM - 1PM

& Thursday: 9AM - 7PM

Massage and Nutrition is available Mon - Sat by appointment

Dr. Genie is adjusting M, TH & Sat unless out of town for training!

She is in providing metaphysical services on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and weekends by appointment . 

She will be out of the office

DEC 24-26TH - Happy Holidays!!



Saturday Adjusting:



DEC 7TH & 21ST


Dr. Coke is in the office on Tuesdays and Saturdays

Carol Longacre is hosting group REIKI sessions the 1ST & 3RD Friday's of the month 7 - 8:30PM

*EMPOWER THYSELF class & initiation: Illume Innate

DEC 28-29TH


DEC 9TH: 7 - 8:30PM

*CHI & Chocolate: Illume Innate

DEC 8TH: 10AM 

Movement Meditation

*24 HOUR RESET: A weekend intensive for body, mind and spirit


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