Mary A. Lynch, M.D., trained as an Orthopedic Surgeon at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. began her practice in Sports Medicine in 1980. With the support of a team of trained therapists, working on over 100 patients per day, Dr. Lynch was able to observe what worked and what did not. The emergence of the Energy Medicine Training Center was born out of a desire to share this data with those choosing to expand their perspective on what is possible. Dr. Lynch has also published numerous articles for the American Journal of Sports Medicine, Exercise Sport Science Review, Clinical Orthopedics and Clinical Sports Medicine, related to function and pathology, and has given formal lectures and presentations nationally and internationally.

Debra Harrison is a Nationally Board Certified Massage
Therapist, well-versed in a variety of hands on and energy-based techniques. Ms. Harrison has taught extensively throughout the
U.S. and is a former instructor in CranioSacral, SomatoEmotional Release, Myofascial Release and Visceral Manipulation. These techniques as well as Therapeutic Touch, Stress Reduction and Massage Therapy were taught by Ms. Harrison to nursing
students at Weber State University, L.D.S. Hospital, and IHC Education Center in Utah. Ms. Harrison developed Spinal Release Therapy which she also taught for the Upledger Institute, nationally and internationally, and is the originator of Spiral Therapy for treatment of acute/high-impact trauma.