Martha R. Rogers, L.Ac.
I am an acupuncturist, educator & creative. I help people reconnect with the innate wisdom of their body; the fundamental spaciousness of mind; and the gifts of their spirit with acupuncture, mindfulness & lifestyle coaching. Human beings possess a profound capacity for healing, growth and expansion of consciousness. Acupuncture helps one remember this endowment.
In addition to my private practice in Hampden, I am adjunct faculty at Maryland University of Integrative Health where I have been teaching in the Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine program since 2009. When not ‘working’ you might find me puttering in our little urban yarden; walking wooded trails with pups, Luna & Maddie; collecting sea shells and driftwood near the Bay; or taking a family walk to get ice cream. I also host new moon gentle yoga & acupuncture workshops at local yoga studios. Bringing people together with a shared intention of healing & connection is part of my calling.
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Loyola University, Baltimore Maryland - BA in Journalism, 1991
St. John's College, Annapolis, Maryland - MA in Liberal Education, 2001
Maryland University of Integrative Health, Laurel, MD - Master's of Acupuncture, 2008