Welcome to Meridian Energy Massage in Olympia and Lacey!
Chinese Medical Massage at its best! At Meridian Energy Massage, each session offers the Traditional Chinese Tui Na Massage – to improve your health holistically and relieve most of the chronic pain. This massage therapy harnesses Ancient Wisdom of Chinese Medical Massage for self-healing.
It harmonizes yin and yang in the body by manipulating the body’s energy points and the Qi in the acupuncture meridians.
If you have pain or stiffness:
- Migraine / Headaches
- Neck pain / Whiplash
- Frozen shoulder / Fibromyalgia
- Carpal Tunnel syndrome
- Sciatic nerve
- Low back / Leg / Knee pain
- Insomnia / Hot flashes / Arthritis
Or any other symptoms, then you need to try the authentic Tui Na Massage Therapy in Olympia and Lacey! This unique massage technique is not available in other clinics in Olympia area.
Athletes report here
Another great massage that brings me back. Ran a half marathon, gym just about every day and walked up to granite mountain and rampart lakes all in a week. She takes the kinks out for sure! Thanks Lin!
– Travis N.
Lin was a lifesaver!
I’ve got a bum shoulder that is way overdue for surgery and she helped me out tremendously! This is the first evening I have been relatively pain free in weeks!! I feel like a whole new woman. I will be back.
– Liv S.
Her massage was amazing!
Lin did a great job! Me and my husband both went to her today and It was relaxing and a healing massage. She is very experienced and I highly recommend her and will be her client from now on.
– Afsoon F.
Such a great experience. I’m a dentist and my back has been giving me trouble lately. After a 90 minute massage with her I have felt better for almost a month straight now. Seriously so good!
On the way to recovery!! YAY
So….ugh, my knee hurts today…BUT I CAN FEEL IT! It has been numb for 2.5 months…I was offered a 9 inch needle surgery to help it heal, thanks Lin for making me feel so confident, (as always) that I could trust cupping and whatever the heated thing was. I FEEL MY KNEE…no huge needle, no surgery…thank you…you are the best. On the way to recovery!! YAY
– Lynda Jeffers
Best Massage Ever!
Today I had the best massage of my life. I was pampered to meet my needs for pain and stress. I also experienced “cupping” which made me feel relaxed and refreshed.
I will definitely return for more sessions and highly recommend Meridian Massage to everyone.
Thank you for a wonderful and much needed 90 minutes of Chinese massage.
– navymom l
I am hooked now!
I had only gotten the “feel good” massages before I discovered Meridian Massage. Lin educated me on the meridian paths and points. I am hooked now and see Lin every two weeks. I believe this massage is as beneficial to my health as exercise, diet and meditation.
– Brenda Egan
Thank you Lin for making me feel better!
Lin is awesome at what she does! I have been to see her 3 times now and when she is done I feel very light and refreshed. Thank you Lin for making me feel better!
– Lori Ewing
Welcome Ken Smith, Acupuncturist and Educator, to join our team!
All WA state employee insurance plans accepted, evening appointments available.
Call 360-923-0826 or email to [email protected] to schedule an appointment with Ken.
NCCAOM, Washington, Utah, South Carolina, and Colorado licensed acupuncturist.
- Kabashima Acupuncture Clinic. Studied points and acupuncture theory with Kazuyoshi Kabashima in Yanagawa, Japan. October, 2014
- Baba Acupuncture Clinic. Studied points and Japanese meridian style acupuncture with Yoshishige Baba. Shiba-Daimon, Tokyo, Japan. October 2015, October 2016, May 2017
Chinese Medical Massage Free Demo/Clinic @ Seattle Chinatown
Time: 1 pm – 4 pm, 1st Saturday of every month
Location: Seniors Volunteer Team, 606 Maynard Ave S. #200A, Seattle, WA 98104 (福音中心樓上)
By Kathleen Rushall
“Acupuncture and cupping, more than half of the ills cured,” is a famous Chinese saying, supporting traditional Chinese medicine. Traditional Chinese medicine brings to mind acupuncture and the use of natural herbs as healing remedies. Cupping is a lesser-known treatment that is also part of Oriental medicine, one that can provide an especially pleasant experience. One of the earliest documentations of cupping can be found in the work titled A Handbook of Prescriptions for Emergencies, which was written by a Taoist herbalist by the name of Ge Hong and which dates all the way back to 300 AD. An even earlier Chinese documentation, three thousand years old, recommended cupping for the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis. In both Eastern and Western cultures, cupping evolved from shamanistic practices that held the belief that illnesses and infirmities can be sucked out of the body.