Workshop Facilitators

Dr Marcia B. Levi


Educational Workshop Facilitator|Instructor

For nearly 30 years, Dr. Marcia B. Levi has dedicated herself to being a champion of natural care of the body through her clinical practice, dynamic health talks and commitment to ongoing research and community engagement. Her message to patients is clear: optimal care is self-care. 

Having earned degrees in Education, Dietetics, Physiological Therapeutics and Chiropractic, she now serves as Clinical Director of two centers of care: Optimal Care Chiropractic—where she provides Nutrition, Physiotherapy and Chiropractic care for her patients—as well as Optimal Oasis, a mindful movement studio that offers therapeutic massage, yoga, meditation and health education workshops. 

She has received the Maryland Governor’s Volunteer Service Certificate as well as an Academic Community Engagement (ACE) Award from Prince Georges Public Schools. 

She is a former board member of the Maryland Chiropractic Association, and holds licenses in Georgia, New York and Maryland. As a Chiropractor who also practices Physiotherapy and Nutrition, Dr. Levi is honored to be the sole female Gonstead practitioner in the state of Maryland. However, her greatest honor is to be in a constant state of learning from, and sharing her knowledge with, her community.

Dr Ann Mack

Born Ann Gwen Mack on September 23, 1960 to Ruby Hinnant (now deceased) and James S. Mack, she considers herself to be a very modest native Washingtonian who has given herself very little credit for her accomplishments in life. Seeking and searching for a closer Christian walk, she spent most of her early church life hopping from church to church, as much as she club hopped in her younger years, because she believed there was much more to life than the pain, ups and downs the world had presented as an option – in her eyes.  First volunteering during the World Trade Center Disaster clean-up through her employment with The Salvation Army, she encountered what she calls a poltergeist experience which opened her eyes to the supernatural being far more real than she had imagined. But, it was not until 2006 when she learned it was possible to develop and have a real relationship with God that she began to seek and recognize her God-appointed purpose!  

    This came after making a request to God to materialize and pull up a chair to allow her to have a one-on-one face-to-face conversation with Him concerning the issues of her life.  During this life altering supernatural Christian experience, she would never forget, she was quickened by the Holy Spirit in the middle of a meeting surrounded by twelve of her Salvation Army World Service Office co-workers which led to the beginning of her accelerated training with the Holy Spirit as her personal teacher.

    Moving forward, although she still struggles to escape the stereotypes that are currently prevalent within her immediate surroundings to be viewed and accepted as a serious minded scholar to excel even further in her secular career, God keeps showing Himself strong in her life to encourage her to embrace her successes and willingness to soar in spite of the imaginary glass ceiling through her spiritual journey.  As part of her life’s lessons and challenges, as orchestrated and allowed by God, He pushes her beyond the boundaries and limitations she has encountered to reveal to her that she can “in deed” accomplish what others are so quick to tell her that she cannot!  Following the leading of the LORD, she has yielded to the call on her life to minister the Gospel to include writing and teaching what thus says the LORD.


    • From What Tribe Were You Birthed?  Understanding the Significance of Aaron’s Breastplate.
    • She was also asked to co-author a book along with nine other women to encourage women and men to redefine BEaYOUty (beauty)!  That book is titled, Perfectly Imperfect: Seeing Yourself Through The Eyes of God.

    Stacey Stone

    Change is difficult. At times we look to others to assist us in making the changes in our lives, our relationships and in ourselves. Stacey believes that everyone needs someone to talk to and work through major changes at some point in their lives. As a therapist, she is blessed to walk beside her clients as they journey through the change that life has presented. Stacey works diligently to bring clients to a better place. “Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just the first step.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.

    Link to my page on our counseling website: http://www.safeharbor1.com/counselors/Counselor_Stacey_Lundquist.php

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