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Acupuncture Practitioners

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Kathy Crosland, Lic.Ac., Dipl.Ac., Owner

Kathy is NCCAOM board certified and licensed by the state of Maryland to practice acupuncture and is an active member of the Maryland Acupuncture Society. She received her Master of Acupuncture degree from Maryland University of Integrative Health (formerly the Tai Sophia Institute). MUIH is an accredited graduate school with an academic and clinical focus on health and wellness. She received her undergraduate degree in Nursing from the University of Maryland at Baltimore and worked for many years at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Her knowledge and experience in both eastern and western traditions blends ancient healing wisdom in a modern world.

Kathy is certified as an acupuncture detoxification specialist through the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA) and has received additional training in the area of fertility enhancement to optimize natural conception and/or assisted reproductive technology (ART).  Kathy is a certified yoga instructor (RYT200) through the Columbia Yoga Center and while not currently teaching, she continues to cultivate her own mindfulness practice on and off the mat. Kathy's kindness and sensitivity are gifts given to all of her clients.


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Leslie Lloyd, Lic.Ac., M.Ac., C.M.T.

Leslie graduated from Maryland University of Integrative Health (formerly the Tai Sophia Institute) with a master of Acupuncture degree. She is licensed by the state of Maryland to practice acupuncture and is also a certified acupuncture detoxification specialist through the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association. She supports the Maryland Community Health Initiative in Baltimore's inner city by volunteering her services and supervising students in their addictions training.

Leslie was a certified massage therapist by the Maryland Board of Chiropractic Examiners and won Baltimore's Best Massage Therapist in 2007. In addition to her knowledge of conventional therapeutic touch modalities, Leslie has focused her practice to support women through their fertile years with acupuncture and Chinese herbs. From the moment a woman decides to start a family to the post-partum period, Leslie can help support the journey. As a mother of three, she understands the demands of balancing work and family life. She enjoys helping her patients create a healthier lifestyle and manage the stresses of modern life. 



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Theresa Lummino, Lic.Ac., M.Ac.

Theresa graduated from Maryland University of Integrative Health with a master of Acupuncture degree. She is licensed by the state of Maryland to practice acupuncture. She came to the practice with 10 years of experience teaching yoga and performing Thai massage in Baltimore. She has a 500 Hour Yoga Instructors certification and was a premier instructor at Baltimore's largest yoga studio. She is certified in Thai massage by Lotus Palm school of Montreal Canada and ran her own Thai massage business for over a decade. Theresa now integrates these healing modalities combining her deep knowledge of the body's neuromuscular structures with her integrative practices of yoga, massage, and acupuncture to specialize in pain management, neuromuscular disorders, stress management, and athletic performance. She has also helped many patients with anxiety, depression, and autoimmune disorders.

In addition, Theresa has taught prenatal yoga and performs prenatal Thai massage. She especially loves working with moms-to-be using acupuncture, massage and yoga practices to comfort and support them throughout pregnancy and post-partum.


Idalee DiGregorio, Lic.Ac., M.Ac.

Idalee is a licensed acupuncturist in the state of Maryland since 2011 having received her degree from Maryland University of Integrative Health in 2011. Idalee received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin Madison in Psychology. She then received a Master’s degree at University of Maryland College Park School of Education in Human Development. She then proceeded to complete all of her course work for a PhD in Clinical psychology specializing in Children. She is a certified Acudetox specialist through the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association.

Idalee joins our practice after building a successful practice in Baltimore. Her passion is working with families. She loves working with adults in transition as she understands that life in nothing but change and that we all need support from time to time to navigate change with grace. She has been treating many couples who are struggling with fertility. She finds
this area of practice to be particularly rewarding. Idalee also enjoys working with children and believes children and teens have their own unique challenges as they have to grow up in a complex world. She is concerned with giving children and teens a natural treatment modality for the issues that face them during their growth.

Idalee has studied with many of the great teachers during her years as an acupuncturist. She learned pediatrics from Steven Cohen, Infertility with Radine Lewis and, Channel theory and Gynecology with Giovanni Maciocia, Master Tung’s acupuncture for pain from Master Tung, Pulse Theory with Lonny Jarrett, and Japanese Style acupuncture with Kiiko Matsumoto.

Idalee has had many experiences in her life all of which inform her acupuncture practice most of which has been in the healthcare field. She worked as the Head Chef and Steward at the 14 W Hamilton Street Club where she ran the show and got to cook to her heart’s desire. She spent 17 years in corporate HR the last 8 of which she was vice president of Human Resources for Somerford Place Assisted Living Corp. She has worked in the dental field and as an event planner and fund raiser for the abilities network.



Brooke Hartley, Lic.Ac., M.Ac., M.OM

Brooke Hartley is a licensed practitioner of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine in the state of Maryland. She received her Masters degree in Oriental Medicine from Maryland University of Integrative Health in Laurel, Maryland.

Brooke earned a Bachelors degree in Human Ecology from the College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine, where she lived for several years before moving to Maryland for graduate school. Her choice to pursue the study of Chinese Medicine came naturally. Learning about the natural world and how humans interact with it is the very foundation of Chinese Medicine. She recognized the power of Chinese Medicine to restore the balance of natural energy within a person, thereby harmonizing their relationship to the world and awakening the body's inherent wisdom and capacity to heal. Brooke was deeply inspired by her own acupuncturist when she sought treatment with her first pregnancy. This life-changing experience engendered her new career path.

As a furniture-maker and woodworker for 15 years, Brooke has a passion for using her hands to design and create structure. Brooke, her husband and her 2 young children recently relocated to northern Baltimore County, where they bought and are in the process of restoring an 1850's farmhouse.

Brooke treats many conditions with acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine including, but not limited to, Women's Health and Pediatrics.

Advanced post-graduate training: Evan Rabinowitz (former Director and Chair of Chinese Herbal Studies, MUIH), Heiner Fruehauf (founding professor, College of Classical Medicine, NUNM), Stephan Cowan (world-renowned pediatrician and acupuncturist), Thea Elija (former Director of Chinese Herbal Studies, TAI Sophia Institute and Chinese Herbal Studies Program at the Academy for Five Element Acupuncture), Ann Cecil-Sterman (international speaker and author of, Advanced Acupuncture: A Clinical Manual).