Cassie Lowe

Acupuncturist | L.Ac., MSAOM

Favorite Mantra: “Positive intentions result in the positive outcome.”

Cassie is passionate about the Chinese Healing tradition, which includes acupuncture, herbs, diet therapy, Qi Gong to the community. 

Cassie works with cancer patients because they suffer so much, not just from the disease but from the conventional therapies. Although she has seen the benefits that cancer patients receive from acupuncture, it can be life-changing.  These benefits are increased energy, increased appetite, reduced nausea, controlling pain and neuropathy, calming anxiety and fear, and regulating their body system. 

Cassie loves working at Salish Cancer Center because she believes that Integrative therapy helps the patient’s cancer journey.


  • 1994 – University of Washington – BS, Biochemistry
  • 2000 – Bastyr University, Kenmore, Washington M.S.A.O.M

Board Certification: National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Diplomate of Acupuncture since 2001


Bastyr University Presidential Scholarship

Personal Interests:

Cassie is married and has one daughter.  She lives in Seattle and volunteers at many community functions such as Seattle King County Clinic, Big Climb-Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Lord’s Table Feeding homeless in downtown Seattle, and World Concern. In addition, she enjoys running, cooking, and serving with Children and Family Ministry Programs at church.