Kailina Sachi Mastroianni, L.Ac., EAMP
Education and Certifications
I received my Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the Seattle Institute of East Asian Medicine (SIEAM). During my education at SIEAM I trained in acupuncture, herbal medicine, qi gong, tuina, shiatsu, and other treatment modalities included in the scope of East Asian Medicine practices. I am a licensed East Asian Medicine practitioner (EAMP) in Washington state through the Department of Health (license #AC60902423). I am also certified by the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA) in an auricular acupuncture system used to treat mental health, addictions, and trauma.
I received my Bachelor’s degree from Bryn Mawr College. I majored in anthropology with a focus on medical anthropology and a minor in Spanish language. I also spent a semester studying in Bolivia through the School for International Training.
I have been receiving acupuncture myself since I was eight years old. Acupuncture and East Asian Medicine practices have been a consistent and positive part of my life for as long as I can remember. I experienced relief from chronic ear infections as a child and clear positive changes in my menstrual cycle as a teenager after receiving acupuncture treatments. My experiences with acupuncture as a teen sparked my interest in reproductive health as well as adolescent and young adult healthcare generally. I enjoy treating a wide variety of conditions, including pain, digestion, musculoskeletal injuries, mental and emotional health, autoimmune conditions, adjunctive cancer care, and more. I am especially passionate about working with individuals with reproductive health concerns throughout all life stages, from adolescents beginning the transition of puberty to individuals going through the process of menopause. I am committed to providing compassionate and competent care to individuals from all walks of life and particularly to members of my communities (LGBTQ+ folks and people of color) as well as adolescents and young adults.