Dr. Lily Stokely is a primary care naturopathic physician with additional interest in eating disorder prevention and treatment. She studied naturopathic medicine at Bastyr University, graduating receiving extra curricular training in intuitive eating, kinesio taping, craniosacral therapy, visceral manipulation, biofeedback, trigger point injection therapy, homeopathy, as well as a two-year counseling internship as a student counselor at the university. She additionally completed a two year residency under the supervision of Dr. Molly Niedermeyer at Emerald City Naturopathic Clinic.
She has a bachelors of science in dietetics from The University of California, Berkeley where she gained additional training in teaching Health at Every Size and Intuitive Eating models. Additionally, Lily is a yoga teacher with experience instructing private and public classes as well as yoga teacher trainings.
Lily has experience as a group facilitator for support groups of varying topics including eating disorders, intuitive eating, relationships, and movement/exercise.
Lily lives and practices from the perspective that every individual has their own unique definition of what it is to be healthy. She is passionate about aiding people in their exploration of health and works from an integrative, whole body, mind, spirit perspective. She believes that it is important to practice what she teaches and does her best to live from a place of self-care, kindness, and compassion as she hopes to help others do the same.
Prior to her work in health, Lily grew up in a very small, rural community in the far northern mountains of California. She was raised learning to care for the land through gardening and tending to the farm animals. This childhood allowed her to develop a deep appreciation for nature and a passion for discovering the human connection within it. In her spare time she currently enjoys spending time with family, hiking, camping, skiing, gardening, and playing frisbee with her German Shepherd.