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WellSpan Center for Mind/Body Health

WellSpan Center for Mind/Body Health

Providers & Instructors

  • Physician

    Ed Rogers, MDEdward Rogers, MD, is the medical director of the Center for Mind/Body Health. Dr. Rogers is board-certified in Internal Medicine and a diplomate of the American Board of Integrative Medicine. He has led the Stress Reduction program at the center since its inception, and does holistic medical consultations. Dr. Rogers continues to teach, practice and train in mindfulness meditation as well as other mind/body techniques..

  • Acupuncture

    Maggie Moyer, RN, M.Ac, Dip.AcMaggie Moyer, RN, M.Ac, Dip.Ac, graduated from Tai Sophia Institute, Laurel, MD, April 2011 with a Masters degree in Acupuncture. She is currently licensed in both Pennsylvania and Maryland. She brings 30 years of experience as an RN working in critical care and the Operating Room. Maggie was drawn to acupuncture after seeing how it helped her horses and herself after several injuries. As an avid rider and show competitor, Maggie realized, both through her own experience and that of others, how athletes tend to push through the pain thus creating more injuries. Maggie has trained in Acupuncture facial rejuvenation, Cranial-Sacral therapy and is a Reiki Master.  She specializes in sinus and allergy issues, pain management and post-surgical complications.

    Hong Zhang, RAcHong Zhang, RAc, graduated from the West China University of Medical Sciences, one of the top three universities of medical sciences in China. She was educated and trained in both conventional western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine, and has 15 years of clinical experience as a physician in China in internal medicine, neurology and Chinese medicine. Hong acquired her Master's Degree in acupuncture at the New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. After completing an additional two months of training in acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine at Chengdu University and Ziyang Hospital in China, Hong now brings her wealth of experience to the Center for Mind/Body Health. She has treated sinus, asthma, digestive disorders, smoking cessation, menopause and menstrual problems, infertility, impotence and loss of libido, depression and emotional disorders. Hong specializes in the treatment of patients with pain and neurological disorders.

  • Licensed Massage Therapists

    Jodie Blauser, LMT, AMTAJodie Blauser, LMT, AMTA, graduated from Baltimore school of massage in 2006. She then attended a 2 year program at the PA School of Spiritual Healing. Jodie continues her studies in Eastern Medicine and holds certifications in Reiki II, Chakra Healing, Thai massage, Integrated reflexology, essential oils and cupping. She combines a variety of modalities to serve her clients with respect, love and kindness. Jodie sees herself as a vessel that nurtures transformation, providing a safe container in which her clients may peel back their outer layers allowing their true radiance to emerge.

    Vanessa Bradley, LMT, CYT, Reiki Master Teacher and Practitioner, graduated from the Lancaster School of Massage in 2010 with training in Swedish massage, reflexology, connective tissue massage, neuromuscular therapy techniques, polarity therapy, and sports massage. She is also certified in bamboo-fusion, a technique which uses warmed bamboo for both relaxation and deep tissue massage. Vanessa has practiced Reiki since 2004 and completed all three levels of Reiki training in the Usui System of Natural Healing. She is a member of NAMASTA. She is also a certified yoga instructor and has been teaching alignment-based yoga since 2001. Vanessa incorporates guided imagery, guided deep relaxation and breathing practices into bodywork sessions when appropriate. She uses her gifts as a teacher to empower others to bring greater health and harmony into their lives.

    Michelle Courbis, LMTMichelle Courbis, LMT, graduated in 1999 from the Utah College of Massage Therapy, Salt Lake City campus. While in Utah she also received Reiki training, and is a Second Degree Reiki practitioner. She specializes in shoulder, head and neck pain release, utilizing modalities such as Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Reflexology, and Swedish massage. Michelle is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association. 


    Megan Delaney, LMTMegan Delaney, LMT graduated graduated from the Baltimore School of Massage, Baltimore Campus in 1997 and has been practicing massage for over 10 years.  Her training and experience is in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release and Hot Stone Massage.  She received her First Degree Reiki training in 2001 from Reiki Master and Author, Margaret Lee Lyles and plans to extend her Reiki training as well as add Infant Massage to her list of modalities. She has a genuine love of life and a knack for making people feel good.  Her years of experience, passion for people and her warm, nurturing and outgoing personality are what make her a perfect fit for the field of alternative healing.In prior years, Megan has owned her own massage practice (Healing Hands Massage Therapy, Cockeysville, Maryland) and participated in numerous outreach events to include Health Expos, Women's Fairs and helped to spearhead The Injured Worker's Insurance Fund Employee Wellness program. 

    Linda Giniewski, LMT, is a 2008 graduate of Baltimore School of Massage where she studied Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, myofascial release, chair massage, and prenatal massage. She specializes in Swedish massage. She enjoys working with children and adults alike. Linda welcomes the challenge of relaxing children with ADHD and introducing stillness into their minds and bodies through massage. Linda also enjoys helping people to ease the suffering of headaches through the benefits of her healing touch through massage therapy. Linda recommends that people escape the stress in their lives and receive a comforting, relaxing touch of massage for the mind, body and spirit.

    Kim Haga, LMTKim Haga, LMT, graduated from the Lancaster School of Massage in March 2013, where she learned a variety of modalities including Swedish Massage, Sports Massage, Reflexology, Polarity, Aromatherapy, Myofascial Release, and Neuromuscular Therapy. She enjoys providing a relaxing massage to encourage the patient's mind and body to become completely at ease, while incorporating a therapeutic approach to any areas that may need extra focus. Kim favors Myofascial Release and Neuromuscular Therapy as her modalities of choice when focusing on a specific area of the body that needs attention, and although she can help with pain almost anywhere throughout the body, she feels passionate about helping those with neck, shoulder, and head pain. She too has suffered from neck and shoulder pain, as well as headaches, and knows how this can affect your life. When patients are interested, she enjoys educating them on ways they too can help themselves through stretching, strengthening, and other types of at home self-care. She believes this sort of partnership between provider and patients, working as a team in pain management, to be so beneficial. Overall Kim is a very positive person, who tries to enjoy every moment. With two of the major benefits of massage therapy being relieving stress and pain management, she hopes to help her patients to live this sort of way, as well, so they too can get the full enjoyment out of life.

    Shannon Harley, LMTShannon Harley, LMT, graduated as a Certified Massage Therapist from Pennsylvania Myotherapy Institute.  Her studies included Integrated therapy involving: deep tissue, Swedish, neuromuscular therapy, myofacial techniques, Sports massage,  pre-and post natal massage, foot massage with basic reflexology, hydrotherapy and positional therapy.  She also studied orthopedic massage with introduction to cranial sacral therapy.  In addition to those studies, she also learned the role of massage for fibromyalgia and chiropractic care.  Shannon is also trained in lymphatic massage, using manual lymph drainage, based on the Vodder technique.  Shannon has already started to further her education by receiving CEU's at HACC under the teaching of Margie E. Schaeffer/certified from Upledger Institute for Cranial Sacral Therapy.  She understands the clients desire to relieve headache tension and migraines.  This cranial sacral technique has helped many.

    Terry Kelly, LMT, NCTMBTerry Kelly, LMT, NCTMB, graduated from the Baltimore School of Massage, York Campus in 2007. There he completed training in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, and Sports Massage. He is Licensed through the Pennsylvania State Board of Massage Therapy and Nationally Certified in therapeutic massage and bodywork. Terry has been York College's Men's and Women's Swim Team's massage therapist since 2007.  With his background in Triathlons and Ultra marathons he emphasizes techniques to assist athletes in recovery and achieve their best level of performance. Terry applies these same principles and techniques to individuals who are recovering from injury or feeling the effects of stress. 

    Becky Koltunovitch, LMTBecky Koltunovitch, LMT,  graduated from the Baltimore School of Massage, York Campus in May 2005. There she completed training in swedish, deep tissue and myofascial release. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Dickinson College in Sociology and a concentration in Physics. She has training as an emergency medical technician and an athletic trainer. Becky is a member of the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals.


    Michele Lake, LMT, desires to meet the needs of her clients, and to see them feeling better by relaxation, relieving some pain, more mobility, and an overall sense of well being thru healthy and safe touch. She graduated from the Harrisburg Area Community College Massage Therapy program in 2010. Michele is a good standing professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA). She is knowledgeable in the realms of Swedish massage, Therapeutic Deep Tissue massage, Hand and Foot Reflexology, Myofacial Release, Sports massage, Chair massage, Hot Stone, Prenatal, and Infant Massage as well as several spa treatments including: body scrubs, paraffin dip, dry body brush and aromatherapy. Her massages incorporate a mixture of modalities. Michele's personal mission is to do the best she can, with the talents and knowledge she has been given, within her scope of practice and code of ethics, to best fit the needs of each individual client for optimum wellbeing.

    Bill Maguire, LMT, NMTBill Maguire, LMT, NMT, has been practicing the art and science of massage and manual therapy since 1989. He currently has active licenses in West Virginia and Pennsylvania. He received his certification in Neuromuscular Therapy in 1990 and is currently on staff with the NMT center. Bill is a member of the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals and IANMT. Bill specializes in pain management as it relates to musculoskeletal dysfunction. He has extensively explored the mind/body connection at a variety of learning institutions including Myofasical release with John Barns treatment centers, Freedom from Pain Institute, and Clayton College of Natural Health. He uses an active, holistic approach with patients to help restore health and wellness to the mind and body. Bill believes that if you are living with acute or chronic musculoskeletal pain, there is always hope that you can feel better.

    Holly Myers, LMT, NCTM, graduated from the Pennsylvania Myotherapy Institute in 2008. She is trained in Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Release, Advanced Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Muscle Energy Techniques, Sports Massage, Seated Massage, Hot Stone Therapy, Manual Lymph Drainage, Swedish Massage, Comfort Touch, Thermal Therapy, and Hydrotherapy. She is also Nationally Certified and a member of the Associated Massage and Bodywork Professionals.

    Vicki Neely, LMTVicki Neely, LMT, graduated with high honors from the Baltimore School of Massage, York Campus in 2010.  She is very passionate about helping people find relief from pain in ways other then taking medicine on a daily basis. Many people experience high stress levels because of the demands they place on themselves and on their bodies.  The result can often be pain in the form of headaches, back and neck aches. Along with the physical strains our body has to endure our well being is also affected by emotional/psychological stress. By taking time regularly to receive a relaxing or therapeutic massage you can reduce and even eliminate bothersome pain making it easier to enjoy life.

    Mary Phipps, LMT, has been a certified and licensed massage therapist for more than 10 years. She is a graduate of the Baltimore School of York. Mary is also a licensed aesthetician having graduated from De’rielle Design Works Academy in Mechanicsburg. She specializes in Hot/Cold stone Treatments, Deep Tissue, Lymphatic Drainage, Aromatherapy, Stretching Body Wraps and Cupping. Her goal is to promote healing to the body both inside and out. She enjoys working with all types of people and hopes to encourage her patients to strive for a healthier quality of life. Mary’s goal is to continue to advance her education so she can specialize in the treatment of cancer patients.

    John Rohrbaugh, LMTJohn Rohrbaugh, LMT, graduated at the top of his class from the Baltimore School of Massage, and is trained in Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Bodywork, Myofascial Release, Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques, Trigger Point Therapy and Kinesio Taping. John has a long history of back pain and has found massage to be the most effective treatment for his condition. He understands how back pain affects every facet of your life, and will work with you to bring increased mobility to your back, as well as relief from the pain. These same massage techniques can be utilized anywhere on the body where relief and relaxation are needed. John has a passion for making people feel better, and improving the lives of the people he treats.

    Barbara Smeltzer, LMTBarbara Smeltzer, LMT, has received her accreditation at San Diego School of Massage (1976) in Swedish, Reflexology, Deep Connective Tissue, and Relaxation massage. Her personally developed, Myo-Stone Release Massage, combs gracefully through tight muscles with heat releasing frozen shoulders & increasing range of motion in hip & knee replacements. Arthrossage now compliments her menu reducing arthritic pain & sciatic nerve discomfort. Athletes & runners feel immediate results from muscle tightness. Barbara is a Certified Level lll Practitioner with Faster- EFT (Emotionally Focused Transformations) which frees you from old habits, mindsets, and the past.

    Beth Smith, LMTBeth Smith, LMT, graduated at the top of her Massage Therapy class in 1998 from Haney Technical Center in Panama City, Florida. After 10 years of serving in the USAF as an air traffic controller, high stress levels caused Beth to be plagued by migraine headaches. Amazed by the results she obtained from massage therapy, she decided to leave her job and pursue a new, less stressful career as a Massage Therapist. Beth uses many forms of massage in her practice but especially enjoys deep tissue work. She welcomes migraine patients so that she can share her found gift. "I want people to know that there are other options available for migraine headaches."

    Dhani Thomas, LMT has been practicing for five years.  He received his training at the Baltimore School of Massage.  He specializes in Swedish, Deep Tissue and Myofascial Release.  Dhani likes working with people who are interested in learning the benefits of massage therapy.

    Meghan Warner, LMT, is a Licensed Massage Therapist and member of The Hands on Trade Association. A 2009 graduate of The Baltimore School of Massage, Meghan is knowledgeable in various skills and modalities. Her areas of focus include Swedish, Deep Tissue, Hot Stone, Aromatherapy and Reflexology. She is skilled in adapting services to the needs of mothers through her specialized training in Pregnancy and Post-Pregnancy massage. In addition, Meghan's areas of focus extend to children and infants. She holds certification in Infant Massage and loves to adapt her services to meet the needs of her youngest clients. Meghan also holds certification in Oncology Massage and participates in the Mindful Touch program with Wellspan. This training allows her to create a relaxing, safe and holistic experience for individuals battling cancer as well as survivors.

  • Mind/Body Medicine Instructors

    Ed Rogers, MDEd Rogers, MD, is the medical director of the Center for Mind/Body Health. Dr. Rogers is board-certified in Internal Medicine and a diplomate of the American Board of Integrative Medicine. He has led the Stress Reduction program at the center since its inception, and does holistic medical consultations. Dr. Rogers continues to teach, practice and train in mindfulness meditation as well as other mind/body techniques.


    Julie Falk RN, MS, CEN, has been a registered nurse for over 25 years, and holds a masters degree in Health Education and Health Promotion.  In addition to her personal practices in meditation and yoga, she is trained in mentoring and facilitation.  She has completed Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction in Mind/Body Medicine, and the Practicum in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction through The Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare and Society at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.  Along with her work in mindfulness and meditation, Julie currently practices as a certified emergency nurse. Julie feels that at every age and stage, life presents us with challenges to body and spirit.  The MBSR course teaches mindful movement and meditation to support our coping and enhance the quality of our present lives.

  • Nutrition Counselor

    Dale L. Green, MS, MEd., RD, LDNDale L Green, MS, MEd, RD, LDN, as a Clinical Dietitian with WellSpan, provides nutrition lectures, and nutrition counseling sessions for the Center for Mind/Body Health. She earned her masters degrees from Columbia University in both nutrition science and nutrition education. Dale was an assistant professor at the New York Institute of Technology, and has extensive experience in nutrition counseling. Dale has a Certificate of Training in Childhood and Adolescent Weight Management, and received the Outstanding Patient Educator Award in 2003. 

  • Reiki Practitioners

    Jodie Blauser, LMT, AMTAJodie Blauser, LMT, AMTA, graduated from Baltimore school of massage in 2006. She then attended a 2 year program at the PA School of Spiritual Healing. Jodie continues her studies in Eastern Medicine and holds certifications in Reiki II, Chakra Healing, Thai massage, Integrated reflexology, essential oils and cupping. She combines a variety of modalities to serve her clients with respect, love and kindness. Jodie sees herself as a vessel that nurtures transformation, providing a safe container in which her clients may peel back their outer layers allowing their true radiance to emerge.

    Vanessa Bradley, LMT, CYT, Reiki Master Teacher and Practitioner, graduated from the Lancaster School of Massage in 2010 with training in Swedish massage, reflexology, connective tissue massage, neuromuscular therapy techniques, polarity therapy, and sports massage. She is also certified in bamboo-fusion, a technique which uses warmed bamboo for both relaxation and deep tissue massage. Vanessa has practiced Reiki since 2004 and completed all three levels of Reiki training in the Usui System of Natural Healing. She is a member of NAMASTA. She is also a certified yoga instructor and has been teaching alignment-based yoga since 2001. Vanessa incorporates guided imagery, guided deep relaxation and breathing practices into bodywork sessions when appropriate. She uses her gifts as a teacher to empower others to bring greater health and harmony into their lives.

    Michelle Courbis, LMTMichelle Courbis, LMT, graduated in 1999 from the Utah College of Massage Therapy, Salt Lake City campus. While in Utah she also received Reiki training, and is a Second Degree Reiki practitioner. She specializes in shoulder, head and neck pain release, utilizing modalities such as Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Reflexology, and Swedish massage. Michelle is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association. 

  • T'ai Chi Chih Instructors

    Pat Flynn became accredited in T'ai Chi Chih in 2002. Since then, Pat has traveled 3-4 times a year to various T'ai Chi Chih events in order to continually refine her own movements and to become a better teacher for her students. In 2004, she became accredited to teach Seijaku, the advanced form of T'ai Chi Chih, and is schooled in the art of teaching seated T'ai Chi Chih. Prior to her T'ai Chi Chih endeavors, Pat studied nutrition, herbology, reflexology and various alternative modalities. In 1998 she was awarded her certificates in Alternative Healing and Reiki Master of the Usui System of Natural Healing. Pat has found that alternative healing modalities, T'ai Chi Chih in particular, have significantly reduced the symptoms of her own chronic Lymes Disease.Having chronic Lymes Disease for well over 20 years, Pat found that alternative healing modalities definitely helped soothe the many and varied symptoms of Lymes Disease. It was not until practicing T'ai Chi Chih did she feel as if all the symptoms of chronic Lymes disease where finally melting away. Pat and her husband live in Southern York County on a small farm nestled in the woods. They both prefer being homebodies and being with their pets.

  • Yoga

    Julie Falk RN, MS, CEN, has been a registered nurse for over 25 years, and holds a masters degree in Health Education and Health Promotion.  In addition to her personal practices in meditation and yoga, she is trained in mentoring and facilitation.  She has completed Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction in Mind/Body Medicine, and the Practicum in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction through The Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare and Society at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.  Along with her work in mindfulness and meditation, Julie currently practices as a certified emergency nurse. Julie feels that at every age and stage, life presents us with challenges to body and spirit.  The MBSR course teaches mindful movement and meditation to support our coping and enhance the quality of our present lives.

    Susan Peace-Geisel, RYT, is a Registered Yoga Teacher, Certified 200-hour from Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Lenox, MA. She is also certified in Trauma Sensitive Yoga from the Trauma Center at Justice Resource Institute, Brookline, MA. As a yoga teacher Susan encourages her students to employ yoga in all areas of their life - to enhance physical health and awareness; to learn the connectedness in breath, body, mind; to find peace in the quiet of stillness; to discover the beauty of living in balance; to support other healthy lifestyle choices; to find and cultivate the path of self-acceptance; to learn the exhilarating freedom in non-judgment; to embrace and nurture authentic relationships.

    Dawn Shue, CYT, is a Certified Yoga Instructor through Yoga Alliance. She received her training from Yama Studios under the direction of Diane Finlayson. Dawn teaches traditional Hatha Yoga with an emphasis on Vinyasa or Flow Yoga.  She also teaches Prenatal Yoga, Parent and Child Yoga, and Yoga for Children.  Dawn encourages proper breathing techniques and unifying the body and the breath to promote mindfulness.    She is passionate about her practice and the health benefits it has to offer and wants to share it with everyone so that they can receive the same healthy benefits that she has. Her classes are a judgment-free zone and she encourages everyone to just relax, have fun and work at a pace that suits their body.

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