You may contact me by phone at 206-745-2224 or by email at email@example.com
My fax number is 206-801-5318
You may also contact me by using this form if you desire to get more information or customize a “Well Mama” package:
Seattle Well Mama Massage is affiliated with Centerpeace Healing Arts, located near Swedish Ballard's Hospital based Birth Center and above the Ballard Blossom flower shop.
Paid street parking is available directly in front of the building. Free parking for two hours and up is available on and around NW 20th Street.
We are conveniently located along King County Metro route 44, which services Wallingford and the University District, providing connections to Capitol Hill and East Lake.
Bus service to Northgate, Greenwood, and Crown Hill along with Fremont, Queen Anne, and Downtown neighborhoods is provided by routes 29, 40 and the RapidRide D line, all located within 5 blocks of our offices.
From I-5 South: Take Exit 169 toward NE 45st/NE 50th St, Keep right to take ramp toward NE 45th St/University Of Washington, keep left at fork in the ramp, merge onto 7th Ave NE, Take the 1st left on NE 45th St, Turn slightly right on N Midvale PL, N Midvale Pl becomes N 46th st, stay straight to go onto N Market St, our building is on the right (north) side of the street just past Sip N Ship and Ballard Blossom's parking lot and before you reach the building for sale at the corner of NW Market St and 20th Ave NW.
From I-5 North: Take the N 85th St exit, Exit 172, toward NE 80th st, merge onto N 85th St toward Aurora Ave N, Turn left on 15th Ave NW, turn right onto NW Market St, our building is on the right (north) side of the street just past Sip N Ship and Ballard Blossom's parking lot and before you reach the building for sale at the corner of NW Market St and 20th Ave NW.
The entrance to Centerpeace Healing Arts is to the left of Ballard Blossom's when facing the building. The door should not be locked, but may appear so because there is a key pad near the handle. Turn the handle to enter. Suite 200 is the first door you come to at the top of the stairs or around the corner from the elevator.