Nava Care Team

Integrative Medicine Doctors

At Nava, we not only expect our Nava care team physicians to be experts in their field, but also to share our passion for holistic and integrative medicine. Our integrative medicine doctors must also be compassionate and patient-centered with excellent bedside manner.

Simply put, when you come to Nava, you come to the best.

We can’t wait to meet you!


As our Medical Director, and one of the first physicians to join the Nava Health & Vitality Center, Dr. Douglas Lord has made significant contributions to our Center and its founding principles. Dr. Lord has helped develop and implement the Nava Method™—Nava’s proprietary approach to total body wellness. He has also been instrumental in liaising with other expert practitioners to successfully implement Nava’s range of therapies, treatments, and products.

In his role at Nava, Dr. Lord is responsible for maintaining Nava’s innovation and for creating the best experience for clients by ensuring they have access to the newest and best advances in integrative wellness. He achieves this by identifying and developing strategic partnerships in the field, and acting as a facilitator between Nava and various providers.

Doug’s passion for health and wellness is evident in both the way he lives his life and in the way he practices medicine. He is eager to share his extensive medical knowledge and experience with other Nava Directors.

Since he was raised to value a healthy, active lifestyle and has always had a strong interest in medicine, it was only natural that Doug chose to become a doctor. After graduating from Loma Linda University Medical School in California, Doug completed his residency program at George Washington University in Washington D.C. Since then, he has acquired over 40 years practicing Obstetrics and Gynecology in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area where he also introduced the innovative concept of family-centered obstetrics. Over the course of his career, Doug has developed the reputation as a highly respected practitioner and an expert in cutting-edge surgical techniques.

Along the way, Doug gained exposure to integrative medicine and realized how narrow and limited his view had been as a traditional doctor. Always taught to think outside the box, and with a natural instinct to question everything, Doug became interested in learning more about the field of integrative medicine. He pursued his interest, training at the American Academy of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine, and went on to study integrative medicine at the Sajune Institute of Regenerative and Restorative Medicine in Orlando, FL. Passionate about learning, teaching, and helping people, Doug is very involved in using scientific methods to help individuals lead healthy lives. He is excited about the opportunities for wellness and the extended resources that Nava offers its clients.

In order to balance out his busy career, Doug maintains an active, healthy lifestyle. He describes himself as an avid golfer and travels regularly with his family, taking adventurous trips around the world to see how the rest of the world lives.

Douglas Lord, M.D.


As a Certified Functional Medicine Physician, I love collaborating with my clients to support optimal health. I enjoy listening to my clients and their bodies to maintain and/or restore wellness. It is my intention to be a supportive and compassionate physician for all of my clients.

I really practice what I teach. I start and end my day with meditation and spiritual practices. I eat well, and move often. I also make a point to create space and time in my life for the people and experiences that bring me joy. I travel as much as I am able, as I love to see new places and expose myself to new experiences. Lastly, I am always looking to learn something new and stretch my limits.


  • Undergrad: University Of Virginia
  • Medical school: Thomas Jefferson College of Medicine
  • Residency: Washington Hospital Center
  • Board certification: American Board of Internal Medicine and Certified in Functional Medicine.

Nayo Wills, M.D.


LaKeischa Webb McMillan earned her undergraduate degree in Biology (cum laude) from Oakwood College, now Oakwood University, and continued on to Loma Linda University School of Medicine, where she graduated in 2001. LaKeischa completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology and entered group practice in 2006.

LaKeischa’s philosophy is aligned with Nava’s mission of empowering clients to aim for life at a 100%, never settling for less. Her emphasis is on preventing chronic diseases through integration, education and lifestyle changes. She is the host of the show HouseCall with Dr. Mac. LaKeischa lives in Maryland with her husband Wendell II and their two children, Wendell III and Skylar Nicole. She enjoys reading, hiking and spending time with her family.

LaKeischa McMillan, M.D.


Ina earned her Bachelor of Arts from Macalester College St. Paul, Minnesota and continued on to the University of Maryland for her Pre-Med and Medical degrees. She completed her residency in Family Medicine at Lehigh Valley Hospital. In addition she also completed an International Postgraduate Medical

Training with Physicians Association for Medicine. Ina’s philosophy is aligned with Nava’s mission of empowering clients to aim for life at a 100%, never settling for less. Her emphasis is on preventing chronic diseases through integration, education and lifestyle changes

Ina Grundmann, M.D.


As a Naturopathic Medicine doctor, I use an evidence-based integrative medical approach to improving health outcomes. I enjoy using natural and conventional medicine best to help patients become the best versions of themselves.  

I stay happy and healthy by going to the gym and working as much as possible. I enjoy lifting weights and swimming. I am also a foodie and enjoy discovering new restaurants and recipes with friends and family. 



  • St. Mary’s College of Maryland 

Grad school: 

  • Hood College M.S. in biomedical School 
  • Frostburg State University M.S. in PA Studies 

Medical School: 

  • Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Sciences (SCNM) 


  • SCNM / Center of Family Health 

Calvin Richards ND, PA-C.


Dr. Joseph Gurrala has been practicing Anti-Aging Medicine using Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy in Northern Virginia since 2010.

Dr. Gurrala completed his medical training at the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, Ireland, and has Residency training in Psychiatry from Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C. Dr. Gurrala’s unique background enables him to use an integrative, holistic treatment approach to help patients improve their health and quality of life.

Dr. Joseph Gurrala

Integrated Nurse Practitioners & Physician Assistants


Being a Family Nurse Practitioner has helped me to give back and share my advanced knowledge with people to help them achieve their health goals and feel their absolute best. Having a nursing background working in intensive care with neonates has molded me into a gentle provider, avid listener and trusted provider. I provided care for families and their children at the most vulnerable times in their life and always made sure I gave my very best each and every day. My current career path has lead me to an exciting and rewarding approach to medicine.

Knowing how precious life is from my background in critical care, I believe we should all aim to thrive not just survive. People deserve to feel vibrant and live full lives- capable of having energy for relationships, healthy food preparation, enjoyment of life’s variety and indulging in a restorative night of sleep at the end of a balanced beautiFULL day. I feel grateful and enthusiastic to work for a company where I can use my talents combined with Science to empower clients at NAVA to live with vigor. I have a carefully curated and evidence-based set of tools at my disposal to help our clients lead a lifestyle I advocate for and believe in and I can’t imagine a more rewarding career path.

Family is very important to me and makes me feel supported. Like most of us, being around positive people, pets, or spending time outdoors in nature really gives me a boost. I stay mentally healthy by being organized and setting goals for myself. I love the saying “be firm in your goals, but flexible about how you achieve them.” Being flexible allows one to be adaptable to change and make refinements along the way. It allows being opened to Science and new, innovative ways of doing things. Finally, I stay happy and healthy by not comparing my journey to other’s. I hope to inspire my clients to do the same and give them tools to follow their own special path and individualized plan of care. At the end of the day, I believe we are only in competition with ourselves. “Better than yesterday” is my healthy mantra.

Undergrad: Misericorida University School of Nursing

Graduate: Duquesne University

Board certification: 

FNP-BC (Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner) 

American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)

Ashley Beccaloni, FNP-BC


As a Certified Nurse Practitioner allows me the special opportunity to serve clients in a dynamic environment. I am very fortunate to see firsthand the benefits that clients experience, which truly enhance their lives. My work assists each client in being the best version of themselves. It is so enriching to provide people with the tools to succeed.

How I stay happy and healthy: I believe overall health is rooted in a balanced lifestyle. This includes healthy eating, a strong family support system, a proper work-life balance, and daily exercise. I am fortunate to have a supportive husband who is my best friend. I greatly enjoy going back home to south Brazil to spend time with family and help those who are less fortunate. My hobbies include assisting animals, going to the beach, and staying active. My greatest passion is helping others, whether an animal or a person.

Undergrad: Eastern Kentucky University (BSN)

Graduate: Chamberlain University (MSN/ FNP)

Board certification: 

  • American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP)

Narayana Pennington, MSN, FNP-BSN


As a Certified Family Nurse Practitioner with the majority of my experience working in Pediatrics, I have been able to see the importance of healthy nutrition and a healthy lifestyle for proper growth and development. Also the importance of illness prevention in order to maintain your health and well-being.

I really enjoy providing my patients with education which allows them to become independent in creating the best version of themselves. I believe that a healthy mind and emotional state is as important as physical health, they are all connected. It’s very rewarding helping those in need and I look forward to continuing to do so as a medical practitioner at Nava Health and Vitality Center.

I’ve been a vegetarian for the majority of my life and I recently created an Instagram page sharing my healthy creative vegetarian recipes. I love being outside in nature and the sunshine. I love the beach and hope to live there someday. I enjoy spending time with my husband and son, gardening, exercise, photography and am a big animal lover. I really enjoy helping those in greatest need and am the co-founder and Medical Director of the Espwa Foundation that provides medical care in Cap Haitian, Haiti. This experience has been rewarding on so many levels and has really taught me to cherish the importance things in life.

Undergrad: Gannon University in Erie, Pennsylvania (BSN)

Graduate: George Mason University/George Washington University (MSN/ FNP)

Board certification: 

  • ANCC (American Nurses Credentialing Center)

Jennifer Schmidt, MSN, FNP-BC

Registered Nurses


I received my BSN from UMAB (University of MD, Baltimore) in 1999.  I’ve worked in Open heart surgery, PACU, PCU areas before working 10 years in a cosmetic surgery center.  I started working for NAVA April, 2016 as a RN injector.  I love making people look and feel their best!  I love doing PRP procedures to people because it’s a great way to assist the body in repairing itself.

In addition I am certified to provide Coolsculpting Services to our clients in Bethesda and Columbia Maryland.

I love working for Nava because I feel they are dedicated to the overall well-being of their clients using individualized cutting-edge care.  I am inspired by how Nava is always improving and learning new ways to assist clients with their health.

I am a single parent of three beautiful children which keep my quite busy at home!  I  enjoy staying fit by lifting weights and running outdoors.

Debbie Tracey


I have been a nurse for three years and have enjoyed working at NAVA to expand my knowledge in integrative medicine. I enjoy helping clients with preventative care and helping them feel like their best self.

I enjoy walking my dog on nice days and receiving our IV therapies.

Education: BSN in Nursing

Rebekah Troyer


I graduated from the University of Maryland in 2015 with a degree in Kinesiology. With my dreams of being a nurse, I graduated from Nursing school and worked in multiple level 1 trauma centers in Baltimore City. My experience as an emergency department nurse has equipped me with the skills and knowledge to become a consistent and reliable nurse. In addition, I have a passion for enhancing the lifestyle and beauty you already possess. Therefore, I came to Nava to learn as much as possible about integrative medicine and aesthetics to help each patient look as good as they feel.

When I’m not at Nava, I spend my time coaching cheerleading for the University of Maryland (Go Terps!) or spending time with my husband and our golden doodle Kash.


Bachelors of Science, Kinesiology University of Maryland college park

Bachelors of Science, Nursing, Western Governors University

Dallas Robinson


I have been a registered nurse since 2017. I graduated with my BSN from WVU and immediately started working in an Intensive Care Unit in Baltimore City. After four years, I was introduced to Nava and knew I needed to become part of the Nava Family! I have always been passionate about blending modern medicine and integrative health. Using both sides of the spectrum is essential in treating patients.

I love that our clients are dedicated to preventative care and are open to learning new ways to keep themselves healthy. It is cool guiding them along the way, too!

On my days off, I enjoy hiking with my two dogs and being surrounded by family & friends. However, I always find time to get out to the sunshine (with proper skin protectant, of course!) and ground myself by getting outside whenever possible.


West Virginia University, Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

Michelle Rombro


I have been a Registered Nurse since 2017 but started my medical career as an LPN in 2013. I’ve worked with adult and pediatric populations in various specialties, from critical care to clinic work.

I always had a strong passion for natural, holistic care, and after nearly a decade in traditional medicine, I found NAVA and just knew I had found a good fit. There is a welcoming atmosphere and a good balance of eastern and Western medical modalities that can be tailored to suit specific client needs.

When I’m not at NAVA, you can find me at dance and various dance classes in the area, getting some delicious food in the city, or watching movies at home with my Morkie puppy and husband. I have a huge zest for life, so you may find me daydreaming about my next vacation.
Thankful to be part of the growing NAVA team!

Rose Bullock


I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing in 2017 after five years of active duty in the United States Marine Corps. I was a medical-surgical nurse for five years before transitioning from the hospital to Nava, where I’ve found my passion in helping people to feel their best.

I am genuinely grateful to be a part of the Nava team!

I enjoy being active outdoors, hiking, yoga, traveling and cooking in my free time.

Education: Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Chamberlain University

Megan Ortiz


I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing in 2017 after five years of active duty in the United States Marine Corps. I was a medical-surgical nurse for five years before transitioning from the hospital to Nava, where I’ve found my passion in helping people to feel their best.

I am genuinely grateful to be a part of the Nava team!

I enjoy being active outdoors, hiking, yoga, traveling and cooking in my free time.

Education: Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Chamberlain University

Leslie Rider

Medical Assistants


I was born and raised in Washington, dc. I have been practicing Medical Assistant and phlebotomy for over 20 years. I take pride in my work by making my patients feel comfortable through my phlebotomy skill and always ending with a smile.

Nava provides me with positive and continuous learning opportunities. In addition, I love working for Nava and coming to work every day to see my Nava family.

Angela Sullivan

Clinical Nutritionist


As an autoimmune ally and Functional Nutritionist, I prefer a blend of evidence based science, humor, and herbalism to find a unique and bio-individualized approach to nutritional counseling and holistic health. I prefer not to shout recommendations; YOU are the in the driver’s seat as an active participant in your care plan. With nearly five years of clinical experience, I have had the pleasure of working with thousands of men and women on a range of health challenges from weight loss to autoimmunity to hormone imbalance. Nothing makes me smile brighter than seeing someone take their power back and regain their health.

I love to spend time with my partner, three kids, and our dog, Buddy. We love to spend as much time as we can outside hiking or cycling together. When it’s too cold to venture outside, I love to cook with my daughter, Penelope. She teaches me so many fun flavor combinations!


Undergraduate – College of Notre Dame of Maryland, BA

Graduate – New York Chiropractic College, MSACN

Stephanie Misanik, MS, CNS, LDN


Jen Bauer, MS, CNS, LDN, BCHN, ACSM-CPT/CET, ACE health coach

Licensed Dietician Nutritionist, Certified Health Coach, and Exercise Specialist

Jen is a Licensed Dietician Nutritionist (PA, DE, MD), Certified Nutrition Specialist, Holistic Nutritionist, Health Coach, Personal Trainer, and Cancer Exercise Trainer certified through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). College degrees include a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science earned through Broadview University and a Masters’s Degree for Applied Clinical Nutrition through New York Chiropractic College.

Jen has always had an enthusiasm for health, wellness, fitness, and being active, and she believes the best way to stay fit is to continuously have a goal. Some of her completed personal goals include: competing in half-marathons; triathlon-sprints; bike races and an NPC fitness competition.

Whether your goals are to lose weight, improve digestion, relieve metabolic conditions, and autoimmune disorders, build muscle, improve strength and flexibility, or train for your very first 5K. She will help you with motivation, support, and an effective customized wellness program.

Jen Bauer, MS, CNS, LDN


As a nutritional expert in metabolic health and gut restoration, I specialize in using diet and lifestyle approaches to optimize hormonal balance and digestion for men and women of all ages and demographics. I emphasize client-centered care and deeply consider your life goals as well as personal health as we work together to formulate and refine your action plan. I encourage the use of supportive supplements and taking progressive actionable steps to help my clients take back control over their lives and achieve optimal health.

I love to spend time outdoors, eat delicious food, and have quality time with my friends and family. Otherwise, I’m usually getting an early start to my bedtime routine, meal prepping new recipes, and hitting the gym on a daily basis.


  • Undergraduate – University of Delaware, BS
  • Graduate – Logan University, MS

Thomas Prather MS, CNS, LDN


I’m an integrative nutritionist aiming to provide people with the education, tools, motivation, and support they need to improve their well-being and live healthier lives. By identifying and targeting the root cause of one’s concerns and looking at the body holistically, I work with my clients to determine a personalized treatment plan that will yield sustainable results. The main pillars of my approach include gut health, hormone balance, and detoxification support.

I love to spend time in the mountains, whether I’m hiking, skiing, or just relaxing. I try to make time for things I enjoy, like cooking at home with family or trying new restaurants with friends.

Undergrad: College of Charleston, BS in Psychology

Graduate: Maryland University of Integrative Health, MS in Clinical Nutrition


Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS)

Licensed Dietician Nutritionist (LDN)

Margaret Woodwell, MS, CNS, LDN


As a functional nutritionist, my philosophy is that we each have unique digestive systems, just as we each have unique fingerprints. There is no one-size-fits-all diet plan that works for everyone. With additional training in diabetes, metabolic syndrome, and GI health, I will help you create a personalized roadmap to health that suits your unique needs, lifestyle, and goals.

I start my day with a few minutes of reflective meditation and at the end of the day, preparing healthful meals feels like a loving transition back to home life. In my free time, I enjoy finding beautiful new places to go for long walks with my husband, sprinkling in some laughter along the way.

Undergraduate: BBS, Pace University, New York, NY, secondary education
Graduate: MBA, International Finance, New York University
Graduate: MS, Nutrition & Integrative Health, Maryland University of Integrative Health, Laurel, MD

Board Certifications:

  • Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist
  • Certified Nutrition Specialist

Karen Wright, MS, CNS, LDN


Megan Copeland MS, CNS, LDN, is a practicing Clinical Nutritionist in the state of Maryland.

After receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, she began her military career as an Animal Care Specialist.  Upon completing her commitment to the U.S. Army, she was licensed as a massage therapist from the Holistic Massage Training Institute and then earned her Master of Science degree in Nutrition and Integrative Health from Maryland University of Integrative Health.

Megan is credentialed as a Certified Nutrition Specialist and a Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist. She is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and has achieved her Autoimmune Paleo practitioner certification. Megan is currently completing her Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner training from Functional Medicine University. In addition to working at NAVA Vitality, she runs a Metabolic Reset group program online in her private practice.  In her time outside of the clinic she teaches Integrative Nutrition and Holistic Health to middle and high school students in their family’s homeschool cooperative.

Her research interests include nutritional support for growing healthy families and the use of supplements in clinical practice for the prevention and treatment of chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease as well as autoimmune and gastrointestinal disorders.

Megan enjoys spending time with her husband and three kids; their favorite places are the beach or a motocross track.  She enjoys caring for their garden, tending to their dog, cat and chickens and getting her daily dose of sunshine.


  • Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Greensboro College
  • MS, CNS, LDN

Megan Copeland MS, CNS, LDN


Nour Amri is a Licensed Integrative Nutritionist, Certified Nutrition Specialist, and a Certified Ketogenic Nutrition Specialist. She earned her Master’s degree from the Maryland University of Integrative Health. She also received her certification for mind-body medicine facilitation from Georgetown University School of Medicine. In her approach, Nour applies the principles of Integrative and Functional Nutrition, which emphasize healthy eating personalized to the client’s genetics, environment, lifestyle, and health concerns. She believes that food is not just about calories and energy; it provides information that would contribute to modulating health and disease and is a significant component of the emerging science of Epigenetics. Emerging research confirms that poor dietary habits and lifestyle can initiate various illnesses and autoimmune diseases.

She also works with clients on optimizing gut health, using food as medicine, and recommends therapeutic food plans and appropriate supplements that boost the immune system and nourish the body.

As a member of a multidisciplinary team of medical providers, she helps patients implement dietary and lifestyle changes by designing individualized nutritional plans and assessing their progress.

Nour Amri, CNS, LDN

Life coaching


Joda Coolidge, Nava’s Director of Life Coaching, believes that anyone, through choice and action, can build a rich, full life marked by joy, engagement, and success. As a positive psychology coach, she helps people live their lives with purpose, in alignment with their beliefs and their own personal definition of success. She loves to take clients on a journey of self discovery, challenges them to identify barriers, and works collaboratively to build a realistic, achievable plan of action. Joda has a keen sense for helping clients identify what is out of alignment: career, health, or relationships. With her extensive personal experience as a counselor, coach, social worker, marketing executive, and business owner, she is unusually qualified in this field. Applying life, wellness, and positive psychology coaching skills, clients develop an integrated, balanced plan that guides them in making choices that, when executed, bring the joy and satisfaction in life that every one of us truly deserves.

Joda has been passionate about well-being and wellness for over 30 years. After nearly two decades as a corporate marketing executive, Joda returned to her true love and founded Live Life Happy Coaching in Great Falls, VA. Joda earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Individual/Family Studies and her Graduate degree in Counseling from the University of Delaware.

As a certified CTI and positive psychology coach, she has completed training through MBI, Inc. and received training from Gretchen Pisano of Sounding Board Ink, LLC, Dr. Robert Biswas-Diener of International Happiness, the Wholebeing Institute and the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. Additionally, she is a member of ICPA, a Harvard Medical School Affiliate and is in the process of receiving her certificate from Integrative Enneagram Solutions.

Joda’s own personal happiest moments are spent having time with her husband and four adult children, savoring a cup of oolong tea, feeling the joy of a long run, finding hidden gems when traveling, and listening to the stories of people’s lives.

Joda Coolidge

Holistic Therapists

Our holistic therapists are a large part of the Nava care team and are held to the same standards as our physicians – they must be exceptional in their field, be committed to our vision of helping you holistically reach your health goals, and provide compassionate, patient-centered care.

One of the things that sets Nava apart is our collaborative approach to health. Our therapists may specialize in one aspect of your health, but you can expect that all of the therapists who help you will be coordinating and communicating to make your treatments as effective as possible.

That’s something you won’t experience anywhere else.



Being a doctor of acupuncture and oriental medicine, I see a person in a holistic way; a person who is in harmony with nature and people.  I enjoy that each person I see has a unique history and background which apply to the diagnosis of the disease, along with symptomatic presentation he/she brings.  The practice of acupuncture is based on this diagnosis to find specific meridians and treatment points.  I strive to have mindful listening to help patients express their life, which for me is an honor to serve.

I enjoy the outdoors with my husband, walking around the neighborhood and finding new routes all the time. We try new recipes from all corners of the world, and drink various inexpensive wines with good reviews together with the meal.


  • Doctor of Oriental Medicine, South Baylo University, Anaheim, CA
  • Residency: Internship at Anaheim campus, South Baylo University
  • Board certification: NCCAOM, California Acupuncture Board

Julie Park


I have been practicing acupuncture since 2009 and I am also pursuing my clinical nurse leader degree to become a family nurse practitioner. My goal is to integrate both eastern and western medicine perspectives into my practice. My primary focus of treatment lies within pain management, internal medicine, emotional disorder, and insomnia.

I like to spend time outside to enjoy nature and spend time with my family.

 Undergrad:   University of Maryland Baltimore County: BS in Biology


  • University of Maryland Baltimore School of Nursing: MS in Clinical nurse leader
  • South Baylo University:  MS in acupuncture oriental medicine
  • South Baylo University:  DAOM: Doctor of acupuncture oriental medicine

Board certification:  Maryland Board certified Acupuncturist

David Lee


I received my Doctorate of Oriental Medicine from the Maryland University of Integrative Health and I am a trained Chinese Herbalist and Acupuncturist. After receiving my acupuncture license, I completed training in Animal Acupuncture. I have spent years working with patients and seeing their lives improve as they experience relief from chronic conditions such as depression, pain, anxiety disorders, and insomnia.

I have a particular interest in helping survivors of trauma to gain tools to become empowered in their adult lives. As a practitioner, I use my skills to help patients transform their lives. My treatment philosophy is that Chinese medicine not only heals physical symptoms and pain, but also allows individuals to transcend the emotional, spiritual, and psychological frustrations that accompany contemporary life. I work to support clients’ greatest potential and to reach their health goals.

I love to travel and spend time in nature. I also love spending time with my two cats.


  • Undergrad: BA in Cultural Anthropology- New College of Florida
  • Graduate: Doctor of Oriental Medicine- Maryland University of Integrative Health
  • Board certification: Licensed Acupuncturist- DHMH

Jeff Huber


As an acupuncturist, it is my privilege to show clients the amazing power of their body to heal, self-regulate, and restore balance. I work with patients to help them listen and understand their symptoms as the way in which the body communicates its wisdom. With acupuncture, I help people heal their body, mind, and spirit. I enable clients to live pain free, recover from physical and emotional trauma, reduce stress, improve digestion and energy, sleep better, learn to express emotions properly and approach life with balance, perspective, and ease.

I stay healthy and happy through my twice-daily Transcendental Meditation practice, frequent dance breaks with my daughters, exploring the outdoors with my dog, eating a mostly plant-based diet, and laughing as much as possible.


  • BA Economics Grinnell College
  • Ma Acupuncture Tai Sophia Institute (Maryland University of Integrative Health) L.Ac Maryland Board of Acupuncture.

Rachel Nevas Peled

Massage Therapists


I have been a massage therapist for 10 years. I am trained in structural integration, trigger point, sports massage, cupping, and a few other modalities. I integrate all the modalities to personalize your session to your needs. My approach is targeted to bring muscular balance, improve range of motion and identify areas that may be contributing to your current discomfort or work to prevent an injury.

I have trained in AIS and DNS. Both of which prolong the results of massage and educate clients in continued self-care. I have worked alongside physical therapists and osteopaths. I continue to build and share my knowledge with my clients so they may build a solid understanding of what their body needs to move and feel better.

I like to stay active. I believe the more stationary your life is the more pain you will be in. Breathing and meditation is key to decrease stress and help your body’s ability to heal its self.  I like to keep a good relationship with family and God for my mental clarity and happy life.


I received my massage training at the Arizona School of Massage Therapy. I continue to train in different areas of massage and bodywork.

  • National Certification for massage therapy.

Andrea Morales


About Me:

I have spent over 16 years accumulating knowledge of massage modalities and energy work. I discovered bodywork through my College Varsity sport Lacrosse going to the athletic trainer.

I am passionate about helping clients with healing through therapeutic massage, whether the plan is stress management, pain management, or increase range of motion.

I also do Swedish, and Myofascial Release. I use these skills to address each client’s goals and needs. I have been with NAVA since 2016.


Holistic Massage Training Institute (HMTI), Baltimore, Maryland, 2006

  • Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork
  • The Upledger Institute  ▪ Cranial Sacral Therapy I & Cranial Sacral Therapy II
  • Usui System of Natural Healing ▪ 1st & 2nd Degree Reiki
  • The John F. Barnes’ Myofascial Release Approach
  • Saul Goodman ▪ Shiatsu Shin Tai
  • Lymph Drainage Therapy- Chikly Institute
  • Zero Balancing – Fritz Frederick Smith

Von Lee International School of Aesthetics – Pikesville, MD, 2018

Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Bachelor of Science (BS): Biomedical Photographic Communications

University of Maryland University College (UMUC), Master of Science (MS): Health Care Administration

Board certification: Maryland Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT)

Maryland Licensed Esthetician

Alice Zetina


I am a licensed massage therapist by the Board of Massage Therapists in the State of Maryland. I use my in-depth knowledge of anatomy, physiology and kinesiology to perform specialized bodywork sessions for each and every client. It is my belief that listening to what my clients communicate is most important when creating a systemic approach to reach their intended outcomes.

I am skilled in many modalities to address acute and chronic pain and continue to broaden my scope of practice to service those who believe in integrative medicine. Certified Modalities include; prenatal, reflexology, sports massage, oncology, palliative care, trigger point, acupressure, lymphatic drainage, and cupping. I am also an equiscope practitioner.

How I stay healthy and happy:

I like to travel a lot, listen to podcasts and spend time with my family.


AA, Massage Therapy Community College of Baltimore County

Undergrad: BS, Communications, Morgan State University

    Graduate: MA, Marketing and PR Management, College of Notre Dame of MD

  LMT, Board of Massage Therapist, State of Maryland

Kendra Brooks


About Me:

Before I started my Licensed Massage Therapist career, I enjoyed 20 years as a Teacher in Early Childhood, Adaptive Special Education, and a High School Track & Volleyball Coach for Baltimore and Howard County.  My experience in sports and fitness as well as having an open minded approach to holistic health practices and self-care led me to discover the multiple benefits of therapeutic massage and how it help others do the same and improve their own quality of life.

As a Licensed Massage Therapist for the last 4 years, I believe it is important to take an integrated therapeutic whole body approach and understanding of the physical and neurological well-being of an individual’s needs.   By practicing focused hands on techniques and using a combination of modalities, my approach to holistic health provides structural and muscular tissue balance as well as other physical and mental health benefits.  My therapeutic massage can include but is not limited to reducing tension and stress, improving circulation, relieving muscular pain by identifying referral, receptor and active/inactive muscle functions, improving joint discomfort and mobility, reducing myofascial restrictions, promote injury recovery and prevention, increase range of motion, flexibility and overall physical movement.  It is my goal to provide the most effective practices to promote the importance of self-care through tissue and joint manipulation as well as overall relaxation for a healthy and happier lifestyle.

I specialize in Swedish/deep tissue, body and structure, trigger point therapy, myofascial, Neuromuscular, Positional release, sports massage, injury recovery/prevention, Acupressure, Total body Stretch therapy,  Light and Hydrotherapy.

How I stay healthy and happy:

I like to meditate, run competitively, and play volleyball. I coach High School and Club Volleyball, and I enjoy spending time with my friends and family.


  • Graduated Licensed Massage Therapist from Steiner Institute of Massage Therapy
  • Undergrad: University of MD Baltimore Co.

Certified in Early Childhood Education

Minor in Health Science and Policy

  • Graduate:
  • Board certification: The Maryland State Board of Massage Therapy

Kenny Mills


My style of massage therapy is a Swedish massage with a blend of dance and kung fu. This combination allows me to flow very well over sore muscles as well as keep my hands conditioned for deep tissue massage. I also specialize in sports massage, Swedish table gymnastics, and hot stone massage.

How I stay healthy and happy:

I watch comedies & thrillers, practice king fu, exercise, explore museums and go on long walks. I also like to read and cook whatever dish piques my interest.


  • Majored in Business Marketing
  • Minored in Health and Fitness


  • Regents Bachelor’s Of Arts from Shepherd University 2013
  • Graduated from National Massage Therapy Institute in Falls Church, Va 2012

Board certification:

  • NCBTMB Certification
  • Maryland State Licensed
  • Virginia State Licensed

Clinton (Eddie) Calhoun


About Me:

Being a licensed massage therapist allows me to work with clients who really need help for pain management, stress relief, and improving their overall quality of life. With my extensive experience, I am able to truly understand and promote a healthy lifestyle through massage. I use techniques such as Deep Tissue and Swedish massage. Clients often stress they do not have enough time to balance their active lifestyle and goals. However, it is so important to find that balance. My career is unique in that I am able to make a difference and be empathetic, all while learning about new people & places.

How I stay healthy and happy:

I love to spend time with my wife and my daughter, listening to my favorite music, and eating healthy.


  • High school diploma

Board certification:

  • Maryland massage therapist

Sam Noshadi


Katie is a 2007 graduate of The Swedish Institute in New York City, ACE Certified Personal Trainer, former elite rower and proud military spouse.  Katie holds a BA in Psychology from The Ohio State University where she received a full athletic grant for rowing.

In 2002, she went onto train for a spot on the US Rowing Team.  After a career ending injury she wanted to help others heal through massage and training.  Katie views each massage differently, where she incorporates stretching, Shiatsu, trigger point therapy, deep tissue and Swedish massage into every massage.  Katie loves being a part of the healing process, listening to her clients and seeing her clients improve both physically and mentally.

Stay Healthy:

  • Maintaining a regular exercise routine, eating healthy and long walks with her dogs.


  • The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
  • The Swedish Institute for Massage, New York, NY

Katherine Eaton



Nava Aesthetics

Nava Health is committed to helping our clients live life at 100%. Feeling your best includes looking your best, and we provide an array of premium aesthetic treatments to restore damaged skin to a healthy, youthful condition. In addition, we provide minimally and non-invasive medical treatments for the total anti-aging skin care and body sculpting solutions.

Aesthetics Nurse Injector


I received my BSN from UMAB (University of MD, Baltimore) in 1999.  I’ve worked in Open heart surgery, PACU, PCU areas before working 10 years in a cosmetic surgery center.  I started working for NAVA April, 2016 as a RN injector.  I love making people look and feel their best!  I love doing PRP procedures to people because it’s a great way to assist the body in repairing itself.

In addition I am certified to provide Coolsculpting Services to our clients in Bethesda and Columbia Maryland.

I love working for Nava because I feel they are dedicated to the overall well-being of their clients using individualized cutting-edge care.  I am inspired by how Nava is always improving and learning new ways to assist clients with their health.

I am a single parent of three beautiful children which keep my quite busy at home!  I  enjoy staying fit by lifting weights and running outdoors.

Debbie Tracey

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