Lynn Evertz - Registered Nurse & Massage Therapist

Lynn practiced massage therapy for 24 years in Wyoming before relocating to Washington DC to be closer to her family. In Wyoming she owned a successful massage clinic, Therapeutic Healing Center, where medical doctors referred her patients with multiple therapeutic needs.

Lynn studied massage therapy at the National Holistic Institute in Oakland, CA., Northern Virginia School of Therapeutic Massage and has over 500 hours of continued massage education. She is skilled in a variety of massage techniques; Swedish massage, deep tissue techniques, sports massage, craniosacral therapy, hot stones, pre-natal and infant massage. Lynn provides individualized treatment for athletes, adults with injuries, infants, and aging adults.

Lynn believes, “We are all unique in mind, body and spirit, each with an individual experiences to life's challenges.” As a registered nurse and massage therapist, Lynn provides a tailored effective therapy to address the specific life experience of each individual.

Michele Fry, DPT

Dr. Michele Fry holds both a Doctor of Physical Therapy from The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, and a Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. She is a Licensed Acupuncturist in California, Maryland, and Washington, DC.  Michele is also a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 500) with Yoga Alliance, and has been practicing yoga since 1994 and teaching since 2002. She currently teaches group classes at Village Yoga in Potomac, MD.

Prior to relocating to the East Coast, she served as a yoga instructor for the VA Medical Center in La Jolla, CA, and The Chopra Center at La Costa Resort & Spa, as well as other clubs and studios around the North San Diego area. Yoga teaching experience includes group and private yoga instruction, mentoring teachers in training and assisting in teacher training workshops.  She has taught advanced students as well as people with chronic back pain and other therapeutic needs. Also while in California, she maintained a private acupuncture practice in addition to founding The Acupuncture CO/OP, the first community supported acupuncture (CSA) practice in the North County San Diego area. The Acupuncture CO/OP provided access to high quality, cost-effective acupuncture and Chinese Medicine healthcare to the community regardless of income.

Michele's physical therapy practice incorporates myofascial release and dry needling techniques, as well as a special interest in women's health and pelvic floor therapy. Michele is currently pursuing her Level 1 GYROTONIC® certification.

 Michele's goal is to employ her broad skill set and experience in the wellness field to help clients improve their wellbeing and sense of freedom in their bodies.