Alliance Celebrates 10 yrs in Eastlake!

Grand Opening of Alliance Healing Arts, Eastlake Location in July 2010 

Dr. Vivian has been serving the Seattle community for over 20 years and has been practicing at our Eastlake location for 10 years this month! We have also been providing Ideal Protein Weightloss Coaching for 10 years this month. Thank you all for being such an amazing community and for filling these past ten years with healing, connection and care! We’re excited to expand to our second location in Madrona and we hope that our community only grows and grows!

                                 

Also, this month marks one year since Dr. Ledesma adopted Floki  (pictured below) from one of our patients!

Happy 1 year anniversary with Alliance, Floki!

 

Try adding collagen into your routines

Did you know that Dr. Ledesma, Master Esthetician Jeannine Black, and Ideal Protein Weightloss Coach Kari sell products containing collagen? Collagen has a diverse breadth of benefits to bone health and anti-aging. Collagen provides elasticity and strength to our skin, repairs and replaces skin cells, and maintains the health of joints, bones, ligaments, tendons, hair, skin, and nails. Watch this video to learn more about the science behind collagen!

Dr. Ledesma sells arthroben to help patients manage knee osteoarthritis, increase mobility and function, and stimulate connective tissue repair. Jeannine sells collagen shots from Image Skincare’s Yana collection. Kari sells IP Raspberry Gelatin Mix and Berry Pomegranate Drink Mix. Let the front desk know if you are interested in learning more about our collagen products and/or to purchase IP Products, supplements and skincare products. Call/text us at 206-632-5500 or email us at [email protected]

Community Spotlight: The Station in Beacon Hill

Pictured: The Station owners Leona Moore-Rodriguez (left) and Luis Rodriguez (right)

The Station, lovingly known by some as the hip hop coffee shop has been a social justice hub since it opened in 2010 before the pandemic even started. Through all the struggles of the past few months, the Station has managed to remain open with altered business hours, with the owners cutting back their hours so that their employees can stay afloat. Recently, they have partnered with Cleveland High School and started a food pantry for the community. Read more here.

Support the Station today by donating online here, by purchasing a giftcard, or by visiting their location at Roberto Maestas Plaza in Beacon Hill .

Extra resources:

  • Seattle COVID-19 Resourceshub of community, city, county, state, and federal resources from food access to rent and utility assistance and support for independent artists. Some of these programs and services are available to everyone regardless of where you live. 

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