MEET OUR TEAM
The doctors we have on staff are trained primary care naturopathic physicians. This enables you to have access to all the options available in medicine today, the acute care you would receive from your traditional primary care, as well as natural options for your optimal long-term wellness.
Dr. Angila Jaeggli. ND
Dr. Anastasia Jones, ND
Dr. Anastasia is a Licensed Naturopathic Physician with a Doctorate from Bastyr University and over two decades of experience working in the fields of Holistic Wellness, Integrative Medicine and Women’s Health. As a Functional Medicine practitioner, she works closely with each patient to identify the root cause of their health challenges then co-create a custom and evolving blueprint to regain optimal health.
In addition to practicing Primary Care Medicine, she works with numerous acute and chronic conditions, and has a special interest in Thyroid and Autoimmune Disease, Hormonal Imbalance, Fibromyalgia, Cognitive and Neurodegenerative Disorders. To her, the word “Integrative” is not just about combining the best evidence-based aspects of conventional and alternative medicine but addressing disease from a Body, Mind, and Spirit perspective to restore harmony.
Dr. Anastasia whole heartedley believes the practitioner-client relationship is sacred and is honored to guide people on their healing journey. When she is not at Sage Integrative Medicine Clinic or poring over nerdy research articles she enjoys all things outdoors, gardening, hanging out with loved ones, and meandering around Seattle on her bicycle.
Dr. Julieann Murella, ND, LAc
Dr. Julieann Murella is a naturopathic physician and licensed acupuncturist. She received her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and Acupuncture degree through Bastyr University. She completed a two-year residency at Holistique Medical Center in Bellevue, WA. Being a Naturopathic Physician and East Asian Medicine Practitioner, she enjoys combining both Eastern and Western Medicine approaches as she feels it allows her to offer more to her patients.
She discovered naturopathic medicine working at a community health clinic as an AmeriCorps member and medical assistant. There she learned the major need for preventative medicine and about the lack of holistic medical providers in healthcare. In order to diverge from conventional medicine, she sought to become a naturopathic physician. As a naturopathic physician, she strives to address the root cause of disease, listen intently to her patients, and treat with a holistic approach. Her passions are primary care, chronic disease, women’s health, gastrointestinal disorders, physical and sports medicine, regenerative injections, and IV therapy. Dr. Murella believes that optimum health is a balance of strong physical health, a well-balanced diet, hormone harmony, restful sleep, and emotional well-being.
She is trained in various modalities such as acupuncture, craniosacral therapy, visceral manipulation, kinesio taping, biocranial technique, trigger point therapy, naturopathic manipulation, regenerative injections, and IV therapy. She has provided first aid and sports medicine at large sporting events such as the Seattle Marathon, the Emerald City Volleyball Tournament, the Gigantic Bike Festival, and the US Gaelic Football Olympics. And lastly, with her premedical studies in biochemistry, she has a deeper understanding in supporting biochemical pathways.
In her free time, Dr. Murella enjoys hiking, traveling, cooking, exploring new cuisines, exercising, and hanging out with friends and family.