I’m a naturopath and acupuncturist in private practice in Seattle, WA, and have been involved in both naturopathic medical education and the business of integrative medicine for a long time, too. In recent years I have been fascinated by the way that many dialogic and group process arts are modalities of healing and transformation for multi-bodied “patients” such as communities, organizations, and societies. I am an apprentice practitioner of The Art of Hosting and The Flow Game. I am also a fond student of Rabbi Ted Falcon, and of John Tarrant, Roshi–inspired by their contributions to a culture of awakening.
I erratically track and share the inspiring things I find in Tiny Letters, as well as a semi-dormant blog, Life Cultivating Life.
Pieces by Christy Lee-Engel