Questions? Contact BEAM* Acupuncture

Beacon East Asian Medicine encourages curiosity and is committed to patient education. If you have any questions about our medicine and services, don't hesitate to ask.

Contact us and learn more today. Or call to schedule a FREE consultation.

3001 Beacon Avenue South
Seattle, WA, 98144
United States

(206) 914-6797

BEAM is an acupuncture clinic located in Seattle's North Beacon Hill neighborhood.

Welcome

– PLEASE NOTE – 

Mariko will be on maternity leave from Oct 16, 2017. She plans to return to clinic the second week of January 2018.
Samantha Chin, LAc, EAMP, will be covering her maternity leave. Her hours at the clinic will be
Mondays & Thursdays 9am-5pm (last appointment starts at 4pm). Samantha can be contacted at 253-237-2476 or mariko@beamacupunctureclinic.com. You can also schedule with her on the online scheduler.

 

Community, Accessibility, Inclusion, & Compassionate Care

Photo Credit: Julz Ignacio & Vivian Nguyen

Photo Credit: Julz Ignacio & Vivian Nguyen

BEAM is an acupuncture clinic located in North Beacon Hill. Acupuncture and East Asian Medicine (also called Chinese Medicine) is a practical system of medicine that can be used to improve and maintain all aspects of health, whether physical, mental, or emotional. 

BEAM Acupuncture provides high-quality healthcare options to the communities and neighborhoods of South Seattle by offering both Chinese & Japanese acupuncture, tuina (a form of therapeutic massage), and Chinese herbs. To learn more about the medicine, click here.

Questions? I love to engage with curious people. Schedule a free, in-person consultation by calling
(206) 914-6797.


 
 

 

BEAM's mission is to increase access to East Asian Medicine,
especially for communities of color
 and LGBTQ+ communities.

There can be only limited healing without trust and a sense of ease. BEAM Acupuncture is committed to creating a space that is compassionate and nonjudgemental. EveryBODY is welcome here.

Policy of Non-discrimination:
BEAM Acupuncture & Mariko Fujita do not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, nat
ional origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status.

 

Accessibility & Fragrances
The clinic does not have any steps, however the bathroom does not meet ADA standards. One of the treatment rooms is wheelchair accessible. If you require accommodations, please let us know prior to your first treatment. 

While we do try to keep a low-fragrance environment, we are not completely fragrance-free.