Committed to exceptional treatment, teaching invaluable practices and caring whole-heartedly for our patients
Rebecca Donnelly is the new owner of BlueGreen Acupuncture & Bodywork. She, along with the family of practitioners at BlueGreen, know the positive impact of Acupuncture and other holistic healing modalities. They are ready to meet you where you are and partner with you on building momentum towards feeling good!
Get to know the practitioners of BlueGreen Acupuncture & Bodywork
Offers: Acupuncture, Shiatsu, Acupressure, Myofascial release, Zero Balancing
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Rebecca has more than 25 years of experience in the healing arts. With a strong background in bodywork including Shiatsu, acupressure, myofascial release, zero balancing and more, Rebecca went on to receive her masters degree in Acupuncture from The Maryland University of Integrative Health in 2006. She now offers an integrative approach to healing using her hands, the needles, and her listening to move the "qi" or energy for each individual to reach their goals in healing.
Other Practitioners at BlueGreen
Daniel Kemp, L.Ac., M.Ac, 500RYT
In his highly integrative practice, Daniel blends the insights of both Chinese medicine and Ayurveda, utilizing tools and methodologies from a number of healing modalities in every session to assist individuals in reaching their well-being potential.
Daniel has much experience as a patient under the care of western practitioners. After years of symptomatic treatment and a gradual decline in health, Daniel looked beyond the industrial medical complex into more natural holistic modalities. Setting off at a young age he embarked on a near seven year journey that brought him into contact with a diverse array of cultures and characters. Through his experience and training with chi gong, yoga and tai ji practitioners, as well as others who practiced some form of holistic medicine, he became fascinated by the concept of Chi and prana otherwise known as life force energy.
After years spent living and traveling throughout China, the South Pacific, and Africa, Daniel returned to the US and completed his Bachelors Degree in Culture, Science, and Healing and attended a year of massage school in Pittsburg, PA. In 2010 he graduated from Tai Sophia with a Master’s in acupuncture. He was trained in India to teach Hatha Yoga and other principles of yoga, and studied Ayurveda with Scott Gerson, MD. Both a practitioner and teacher of yoga and tai ji chuan, he embodies the knowledge he imparts to those who seek his care and guidance. Aside from acupuncture he has been practicing Shiatsu and Thai Yoga massage and teaching yoga for over 14 years now.
Seong Eun Macfarlane specializes in deep tissue massage therapies, aromatherapy and fire cupping. Growing up in Baltimore, she was introduced to therapeutic bodywork at a young age by her father, who had his own practice in shiatsu, acupressure, and cupping. After receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art, Seong Eun returned to school to pursue an education in massage. She graduated from Baltimore School of Massage in 2017. Outside of massage, Seong Eun practices kung fu and taiji, and has recently spent time abroad to study Daoist medicinal therapies and further her kung fu training.
Seong Eun's hours are flexible but will start with Monday, Tuesday and Friday mornings. While expanding her business Seong Eun will be offering a reduced rate of $80 for a 60 minute massage.
Offers: Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine
Kimberly's interest in health began at a young age. After being diagnosed with asthma at 6 years old, she experienced a childhood dependency on Western medicine to control symptoms related to her breathing difficulties. Frustrated by her inability to naturally alleviate her symptoms she was drawn to study yoga and explore various holistic modalities in early adulthood.
Instinctively aware of the body's ability to heal itself, she obtained her B.S. from the University of California San Diego in Human Biology and interned in a prominent human physiology lab there. With lots of questions still unanswered, her journey took her to explore Eastern traditions whose philosophies aligned with her personal experiences and beliefs.
Kimberly Barrera received her Masters degree in Acupuncture from the Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH, formerly Tai Sophia) in 2011. She is also a graduate of the 2 year Chinese Herbal Studies program and the Master's of Oriental Medicine program at MUIH. This program involved learning from some of the most prominent practitioners and teachers available to students of Chinese Medicine in the West.
Other studies have included a 200 hour course to become a yoga instructor, Thai yoga therapy, Chinese dietary therapy, Qi Gong, and meditation. She is also a mother to two beautiful children.
Treatments with Kimberly can involve various healing modalities including acupuncture, herbal remedies, gua sha, cupping, and moxibustion.
Kimberly's greatest strength in the treatment room is her curiosity. Asking the questions that need asking and might not have been asked before. The intention with each of her treatments is to help the patient accomplish or move towards optimal health and provide each client with the tools and knowledge to sustain a balanced physical, emotional and mental well-being. She feels extremely blessed to be a practitioner of this healing art.