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AlignedYoga (Jenny Rhodes) 
(206) 605-9086 
Come learn the basics of Hatha Yoga or breathe new life and energy into your current practice. Find alignment in lengthening and letting go, imagining the infinite possibilities of what you are capable of achieving and feeling.  LGBT focused instruction available.

Cedar River Clinics (800) 572-4223 Cedar River Clinics, run by the Feminist Women’s Health Center (FWHC), has provided compassionate reproductive health care, birth control, and abortions for over 30 years.  In addition to these services, Cedar River Clinics provides a variety of LGBTQ wellness services.  Locations in Seattle, Renton and Tacoma.

Community Accupunture of West Seattle (206) 933-7891 Community Acupuncture takes place in a healing group setting where patients sit together in comfortable recliners and benefit from the healing energy from one another.  Offering offer LGBTQ+ competent care with sliding scale payments available.

Feldenkrais Practitioner (Rachel Hamstra) 
(206) 852-8692 
The Feldenkrais Method of Somatic Education® uses experiential learning through sensations and perception to awaken your self-awareness and open up choices about how you move, think, and feel. Instead of "fixing a problem", Feldenkrais looks at how you are doing something. By exploring a tiny piece of a movement, you can discover a curious and playful way of approaching the larger question of what is going on in your body.

Gay and Lesbian Medical Association
(415) 255-4547
GLMA's mission is to ensure equality in health care for LGBT individuals and health care providers.

Ingersoll Center - Medical Provider Database 
Ingersoll has collaborated with medical and mental health providers in the transgender community who work with this population and their families. This list is the product of that ongoing conversation about how to provide the best and most competent services to you.

LBTQ Health - YWCA Women's Health Outreach (WHO)
(206) 461-4493
WHO provides peer outreach, culturally sensitive breast health education, and information on additional health services for our diverse community. They serve those with limited incomes who are medically under-served regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. The program offers no cost mammograms, pap tests, and breast exams for income eligible individuals 40 and over.

Mautner Project of Whitman-Walker Health - A Lesbian Health Organization
(202) 332-5536
Mautner Project is committed to improving the health of women who partner with women including lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals, through direct and support services, education and advocacy.

National Coalition for LGBT Health
(202) 232-6749 
The National Coalition for LGBT Health is committed to improving the health and well-being of LGBT individuals and communities through public education, coalition building and advocacy that focus on research, policy, education and training.

Queer Healthcare Accountability Coalition
An online database of LGBTQ-friendly healthcare providers in the Seattle Area. Do you need to find a doctor who has gender neutral restrooms? How about a chiropractor who takes your insurance? Or an Art Therapist who works with trans folks? QuHAC's database is here for YOU. Check it out!

Seattle Movement Project (Natalie Wheeler) Offers a customized personal training experience in a welcoming atmosphere where wellness isn’t about numbers—it’s about making small changes that have lifelong positive effects.  Whether you’re looking to train for a triathlon, recover from an injury, or learn fun, new ways to be active, you'll get the tools and support you need to make it happen!

Tiger Lilly Yoga A queer and gay owned yoga studio in Columbia City dedicated to celebrating life, healing, and assisting each person who comes through the door with the song they're singing with their life as a human.

We Are 1 (HPV Vaccinations) Vaccine resource list of community and public clinics for uninsured, or those without a regular healthcare provider.

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Gay City's PrEP clinic provides PrEP for high-risk folks who may otherwise lack access to it. Our knowledgeable, friendly, and bilingual(Spanish/English) staff serve as a first point of contact for those seeking PrEP in Seattle. We can help you to apply for PrEP Drug Assistance funds and will make sure that you get connected with a primary care provider who can prescribe PrEP long-term.

Services are available Tuesday afternoon by appointment only and must be scheduled in advance (NO walk-ins). To see if you are eligible please contact Amber at 206-388-1709 or


Washington State Department of Health PrEP - Drug Assistance Program
Thorough information on PrEP and it's availability in Washington State. 

King County PrEP Provider List
A list of doctors in King County who prescribe PrEP (PDF)

End AIDS Washington
Getting PrEP is a great way to help end the AIDS epidemic in WA State. Find more information and resources for accessing PrEP in WA here.

Queer Healthcare Accountability Coalition
An online database of LGBTQ-friendly healthcare providers in the Seattle Area. Do you need to find a doctor who will prescribe PrEP for you or to work with you on an ongoing basis? Find the healthcare provider you need on QuHAC's database!



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