Committed to exceptional treatment, teaching invaluable practices and caring whole-heartedly for our patients
Erin Mitchell is the 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
Erin E. Mitchell, L.Ac., M.Ac., M.S.O.M.
Erin E. Mitchell is the owner of BlueGreen Acupuncture & Bodywork and is a licensed practitioner of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. She holds two Masters degrees, one in Acupuncture and one in Oriental Medicine from Maryland University of Integrative Health (formerly Tai Sophia Institute), the first accredited Acupuncture school in the U.S. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from Villanova University, where she majored in History and Women’s Studies with a Minor in Spanish and focus on African studies. After spending 6 years in Manhattan working in private investments for some of the most acclaimed firms in the industry, she moved to Baltimore to try her hand in something just a little different. Admittingly skeptical at first, she was drawn into the field of Chinese Medicine after seeing profound results acupuncture had on people and animals. More importantly, it was a way of serving people that didn’t require the costly and often damaging side-effects of pharmaceuticals to people and planet.
In 2009, Erin proudly led and co-organized Project for Peace, an initiative to teach elementary age students conflict resolution skills, meditation, yoga, Qi Gong and awareness practices to improve mood, focus, stress management and listening skills. She volunteered over 1000 hours for a community service project as Program Director for Baltimore Bioneers in 2008, a national organization whose mission is the advancement of holistic education pertaining to global, social, cultural and environmental solutions. She taught yoga for over 4 years after earning her RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher Training, 200 Hours) in 2004.
Her deep connection to natural therapies of acupuncture and Chinese Medicine continues to grow as the nation becomes ever more dependent on pills to solve its problems. She is committed to empowering her patients to be confident and skilled in self-care as one of the most powerful tools she offers in the treatment room. On a broader scale, she believes that health of people and planet are interdependent.
Advanced Post-Graduate Training and Certifications Include:
- Apprenticeship under Dr. Daohe Fang, DOM in Annapolis, MD
- Treatment observations studies under Evan Rabinowitz, Director and Chair of Chinese Herbal Studies at Maryland University of Integrative Health
- Treatment observation studies under Dianne Connelly, PhD Founder of MUIH, formerly Tai Sophia Institute
- Fertility Enhancement
- Acute & Chronic Pain Management
- Zero Balancing
- Gua Sha & Cupping
- Pediatrics and Young Adults – Herbal Medicine & Acupuncture
- Volunteer Acupuncture at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
- National Acupuncture Detoxification Protocol Training
- Registered Yoga Instructor, 200 Hour Training
Additional Affiliations & Professional Memberships
- Member of The American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
- Member of the Maryland Acupuncture Society
- Co-Founder of Project for Peace: Teaching elementary age children conflict resolution skills & stress reduction techniques
- Program Director for Baltimore Bioneers 2008
Other Practitioners at BlueGreen
Offers: Massage, Private Yoga
Tami Jacobs has been practicing massage for over 15 years and teaching yoga for nearly a decade. Her touch is incredibly intuitive and intelligent. As she works with her clients, she incorporates the whole body and how each part relates to the whole. Her technique will leave the client feeling physically, emotionally and mentally more at ease and feeling good after a session. She has years of experience treating clients of all ages and sizes, including patients diagnosed with cancer before, during or post treatment. Working with clients one on one for yoga, she can support you with proper alignment, improved strengthening and flexibility as she creates the appropriate series of postures that best enhance you and your body.
Dr. Adanna J. Johnson Ph.D.
Offers: Ipako Wellness counseling provides psychotherapy services for families, couples, and individuals and continuing education/training for professionals. Available to conduct continuing educational workshops/training as well as provision of clinical supervision.
443-341-4618 | ipakowellness.com
Dr. Adanna J. Johnson earned her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology and holds a Master's Degree in Counseling with a Community Emphasis, as well as a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Prairie View A&M University. She has been a licensed psychologist in the state of Maryland since 2011. In her private practice, Ipako Wellness, her clinical focus is on adjustment issues with children and adolescents and family therapy; and she uses a holistic approach in which she teaches her clients to find balance between spirit, mind, and body in order to address concerns in their everyday lives.
Dr. Johnson is a tenured Associate Professor in the Psychology Department at Loyola University, where she is also the Director for African and African American Studies. Her areas of research focus are recruitment and retention of People of Color and women in academia, cultural issues in clinical supervision, and the healing nature of traditional African cultural arts in a therapeutic context. She is a child and adolescent clinical supervisor for doctoral students in the Behavioral Health Division at the Loyola Clinical Centers, a community clinic in Baltimore. In 2015, she was named Mentor of the Year by the Maryland Psychological Association of Graduate Students.
A strong presence in the community, Dr. Johnson served as a first responder to evacuees in the Houston Astrodome after Hurricane Katrina and was an expert witness at the International Tribunal for Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. In Baltimore, she hosts pro bono community support groups, and has been an invited guest on radio shows like the Marc Steiner Show and First Edition with Sean Yoes. In September 2016, she received an acknowledgement for her community healing work from then Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake at the Congressional Black Caucus in Washington, D.C. In January 2017, she was recognized by the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology with their Ethnic and Racial Diversity Individual Award. Currently, Dr. Johnson is a member of the National Board of Directors for the Association of Black Psychologists. Lastly, she is married and mother of a 3-year-old boy. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, dancing, Pilates, and comedy.
Offers: Acupuncture, Shiatsu, Acupressure, Myofascial release, Zero Balancing
443-604-8579 | rebeccadonnellyacupuncture.com
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.
Lissa has been an ICRT certified Reiki Master Teacher since January of 2012. She has practiced Reiki on her family, friends, and at a local hospice facility. Lissa enjoys sharing the peaceful, relaxing effects of Reiki and looks forward to hearing about the unexpected benefits her clients discover after receiving Reiki. Lissa is a loving wife and mother of four children and is grateful for the opportunity to offer Reiki and its positive benefits to clients of all ages and stages of life as well as be a part of the BlueGreen Acupuncture Family.