Dr. Martha Lucas, L.Ac. – teacher, author, and practitioner – is uniquely qualified in the field of Chinese Medicine because she holds a Ph.D. in Research Psychology as well as her certification and licensing to practice Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Dr. Martha has more than 20 years of teaching and speaking experience and is described as “a dynamic speaker who keeps her classes engaged and who can explain complex information in an understandable form.” People say, “It was a pleasure to learn from you. Thank you for helping me and my business flourish!” A.A.
I want to make space for your success. The world of Chinese medicine cannot be changed without you.– Dr. Martha Lucas
She is internationally known for teaching and training Practitioners the Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture System and Pulse Diagnosis Biofeedback and Balancing. She also teaches practitioners how to properly take care of their patients’ skin using the product line that she developed called My Zen Skin Care.
Her private practice is based in Denver and Littleton, Colorado where she specializes in internal medicine – diagnosis and treatment of serious chronic illness and, of course, Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture.
Jennifer Charpentier has been working with Dr. Martha for more than 15 years. While she is not working, Jennifer enjoys spending time with her family (her husband, son, cat, and dog). She also enjoys playing soccer and reading, but not at the same time.
Rebecah Ziegler – Cranial Sacral Therapist, Trauma Touch Therapist, Trauma Sensitive Yoga Instructor, Structural Yoga Therapist, Vocal Yoga Instructor, and certified member of International Association of Yoga Therapists.
Rebecah cohosts the Medicine Bowl at Home podcast with Dr. Martha.
Kathleen Port wants people to feel better, to help them experience their vitality and resilience. She earned her Masters in acupuncture in California and is also a (national) Diplomate in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs. Since 1977, she has maintained a private practice in West Los Angeles that focuses on acupuncture and herbs, but also includes nutritional support, Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture, ear acupuncture/acupressure, and the therapeutic application of essential oils. She recently completed a year-long intensive course of study and is also now a certified Classical Five-Element Acupuncture practitioner.
Kathleen believes in the power of fresh air, walking, laughing, New Yorker cartoons and tea.
Prior to acupuncture, Kathleen studied and taught yoga for 11 years in Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles. She held a teaching certificate in the Iyengar tradition of yoga.
“When someone seeks my help, I must find healing tools they resonate with, and protocols they can successfully apply. I try to educate, inspire and offer a variety of appropriate lifestyle solutions. I encourage them to see the possibility of and rewards in making healthy choices. This results in a balanced path to wellness, and lays the foundation for their healthy future.”