Our Practitioners

Anna Murphy-Moore, LAc, yoga teacher

Anna is a licensed acupuncturist and yoga instructor. She began her yoga and Chinese medicine studies while living in Southern Taiwan as a student of Chinese language and culture. She spent two of her six years in Taiwan studying Chinese reflexology, acupressure massage, cupping and basic acupuncture technique from a local practitioner. She worked with this teacher in his clinic and also in local temples where they practiced volunteer medicine. In 2003 she traveled to the Yucatan to complete an intensive yoga teacher training program through Integral Yoga.
In 2005 she returned to the United States to continue her yoga teacher training through Integrated Yoga therapy and to begin her formal Chinese medicine studies through the National College of Natural Medicine’s Classical Chinese Medical department, from which she received a Masters degree in Oriental Medicine and an advanced degree in classical Chinese studies. During her time at NCNM, she learned to heal using multiple Chinese medical modalities including acupuncture, herbal medicine, Chinese body work, medical application of qi gong (a form of martial art) and nutritional counseling. She was also able to return to South East Asia multiple times to learn from master doctors.
After graduation, Anna began a residency under Dr. Heiner Fruehauf, the founder of the Chinese medicine program at NCNM, in his private clinic where he specializes in chronic pain, autoimmune disease, chronic parasitism, Lyme disease and cancer. Anna continues to study under Dr. Fruehauf and incorporates his herbal lineage into her own clinical practice. In her private practice, Anna utilizes Chinese medical modalities in addition to therapeutic movement. She feels that this combination allows patients to be active participants in their own healing process and to more deeply understand their own bodies and path to sustained health.


Angela Adamski, licensed massage therapist (License #15565)

Angela Adamski, LMT has been practicing massage in Washington and Oregon since
2003. A graduate of the BodyMind Academy, she believes in a holistic approach to bodywork,
taking into account the whole person and their specific needs. Applying her lifetime experience with sports, gymnastics and dance, she helps clients to manage their pain, and improve their range of motion.
Angela’s massage style combines Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Repetitve Use Injury
Therapy, Trigger Point techniques and Shiatsu, while also incorporating gentler techniques such as Reiki and Manual Lymphatic Drainage. She also complements massages with aromatherapy and the ancient modalities of cupping and gua sha.
Each massage is a learning experience for both practitioner and patient; as Angela works
with you, she will help you understand your body on a deeper level. You will leave the session
feeling relaxed and connected, with improved circulation and mobility.



Martha Pfleeger,
certified and licensed Rolfer™, certified Laban Movement Analyst®

Martha is a dedicated, advanced practitioner with 28 years experience. She has developed skills to work with challenging cases and can modify her approach for nearly all age groups and levels of health. While she continues to study and train in the science and methodology of bodywork, what keeps her fully engaged over all these years are the rewarding, co-creative therapeutic relationships she forms with her clients.
Martha’s touch is targeted to achieve maximum clinical benefits and postural improvement, yet it is very comforting. Reiki I and II trainings awakened her to the practice of flowing energy rather than applying force to evoke change. She will listen and observe intently, then follow your body’s unwinding and pacing as it releases into higher levels of organization and balance. Movement cues and education about principles of alignment will help bring your newfound potentials to conscious awareness.
The Rolf® Institute of Structural Integration (1500+ hour certification program in postural re-alignment therapy)
The Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies, LIMS® (1500+ hour training in movement observation, analysis and education)
Soma School of Massage (Massage therapist certification)
Miami University (BA Psychology and Modern Dance)
Individual sessions, short series and full-body ten session series available.

Erin K. Gallagher MA, MFT

Counseling Psychology

Intertwining facets of depth Psychology, neurobiological, and trauma-informed practices, I see myself as an advocate for personal and inter-personal evolution in relationship to ourselves, others and the universe. Exploring the mind-body-spirit and soul, I have the fortunate job of a loyal guide; one who will walk sometimes beside and sometimes behind you, through all of your experiences – however painful and dark they may be – offering skills, tools and support along the way.


My focuses in Psychological practice include: gender creative youth and their families, partnership, family dynamics, developmental, acute, and inter-generational trauma, the neurobiology of trauma and re-integration, post-traumatic stress, allyship with communities who face discrimination and prejudice, adolescence and rights of passage into adulthood, creating sacred personal ritual and yogic practice for emotional intelligence, balance, awareness, wellness and healing.


I welcome and affirm all forms of diversity. I fervently celebrate what makes you uniquely who you are. 

If you’d like to book an appointment with Erin, please email: [email protected] or call: 503.919.7010.
Erin’s website is:

Mitesh Master, LAc, Meditation teacher

Mitesh is a licensed acupuncturist and has trained in both Western and Eastern meditative traditions.He is passionate about filling people’s lives with joy and offering them techniques to support wellness and peace of mind. By placing this at the forefront of his practice, he sees a balanced, harmonious mind as the cornerstone for health. Massage, acupuncture, herbal medicine and meditation are used to solve acute and chronic situations. Additionally, he uses these tools to help people deepen their meditative practices. Put simply, it is Mitesh’s wish to help people to see and live with more clarity.
Mitesh is a graduate of the National College of Natural Medicine’s Classical Chinese Medicine program where he was also awarded an advanced study certificate in classical Chinese studies. He is an avid translator of ancient Chinese medical texts and is constantly inspired by the insights and wisdom they hold.  His masters thesis was on the “Music of Life” as seen through the ancient Chinese sages and how this concept colors the world of health and healing. He has also spent many years training in Kundalini Yoga and working at the Universal Force Healing Center in New York City which focused on the intersection between Kaballah and Yogic heart centered thinking. More recently, he’s studied the Buddhist Suttas and learned to cultivate his mind within that mental culture tradition. He holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and deeply values clear scientific thinking.
SCHEDULE YOUR ACUPUNCTURE APPOINTMENT with Mitesh or call (503) 926-7985.

Concetta Antonelli Certified Hakomi Practitioner, LMT OR #7449

Concetta Antonelli provides counseling in the Hakomi Method of body-centered therapy. Her practice “New Story Counseling” brings mindfulness, curiosity and the power of present moment experience to both mind and body to support personal growth, heal emotional issues, and to gain “inner counsel” within. She’s been in practice since 2008 having trained with M.E.TA. -The Hakomi Institute of Oregon. She offers thirty minutes no charge consults and sliding scale fees. Contact her at [email protected]

In addition, she also brings her skills as a Licensed massage therapist of 30 years to this clinic. She has an integrative approach to her work, offers therapeutic aromatherapy, and specializes in trigger point release therapy for pain and recovery. [email protected] or call 503-349-7038.

Dona Robinson, 500hr ERYT

Dona is certified as both a yoga teacher (ERYT 500) and a yoga therapist. She has studied deeply in the Viniyoga tradition under the guidance of Gary Kraftsow. This specialized training enables her to modify yoga practices for different therapeutic purposes and to create a practice that is beneficial to students with different levels and needs. Dona’s teaching focuses not only on the physical aspects of yoga but also on the breath and subtle energetic effects of a yoga practice as well as the role of meditation.

Dona’s Yoga Therapy Experience:

  • 2000-2009: Classes for cancer patients and their supporters at Wellness Community of Indiana
    • 2000-2015: Chair classes to facilitate all directions of spinal movement, also strengthen feet and legs
  • 2005-2015: Private classes for cancer, heart conditions depression, asthma, and digestion.
    • 2006-2015: Created and led workshops for improving lower back pain
  • 2010: Developed and led a “Yoga for Better Sleep” workshop.
  • 2006-2015: Yoga for Better Balance. Seventy people did yoga poses to improve their ability to balance. Student evaluations indicated greater confidence in balancing. Yoga to Prevent Falls. Eighty people participated in a series of seven classes that strengthened feet, legs and hips.. Timed balances for six weeks showed significant improvement in equilibrium and balance. Student evaluations indicated decreased fear of falling. This project was presented at the National Symposium for Yoga Therapy and Research sponsored by the International Association of Yoga Therapists.

2000 -2015 Dona’s yoga teacher is Gary Kraftsow, American Viniyoga Institute.  Gary is the author of two books, Yoga for Wellness and Yoga for Transformation, and has published four DVD’s for Yoga Therapy.


2007 Certified 500hr Viniyoga Teacher  2009  Viniyoga Therapist Certification


2009-2015 Yoga Alliance Certified 200hr Teacher Training Lead Teacher,  500hr ERYT with Yoga Alliance


Management Information Systems   University of Illinois, BS 1987, passed CPA exam 1988

Scarlett Malone, M.A. in Somatic Psychology, Oregon LMT #18554

In teaching movement, Scarlett applies her background in somatic psychology and massage therapy along with countless hours of continuing education.  She studied Wild Goose qigong with Dr. Paul Li in the San Francisco Bay Area starting in 1995 and was introduced to tai chi about the same time.  Since 2010, Scarlett has studied Chinese movement arts consistently with Sifu Mark Parzynski, who has certified her to teach tai chi. 

Scarlett leads classes at Potentials in qigong and tai chi. Private sessions are available. 

To make an appointment with Scarlett, please call 503-734-4832.

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