Beth Lambdin
(321) 298-2743

About Beth

Avocation Meets Vocation

Beth is excited to offer to her clients a unique practice in the healing arts. As a Brennan Integration Practitioner, a Brennan Healing Science Practitioner and a Massage Therapist, as well as a human resources professional, educator and writer, she weaves the threads of hands-on energy healing, bodywork, teaching and writing into a vibrant tapestry.

Beth devoted over twenty-five years to education and human resources management. As a special educator, she taught and tutored kids and adults with learning differences at the prestigious Lab School of Washington and The Kingsbury Center. She also survived (barely) her public school experience in the Prince George’s County public school system as a middle school special education mathematics teacher. Prior to teaching, Beth was the Director of Personnel at Chestnut Lodge, a psychiatric hospital in Rockville, MD, as well as the Plant Personnel Manager and Manager of Employment and Equal Employment Opportunity at The Washington Post. Beth has been a freelance writer for over a decade specializing in film reviews, personal essays and articles about complementary and alternative healthcare, which have been published in The Voice of the Hill, The Washington Window, The Leader Herald, The Washington Post, The Orlando Sentinel and Natural Awakenings.

“Learning is but an adjunct to ourself”

Shakespeare, Love’s Labour’s Lost

“The love of learning, the sequestered nooks,
And all the sweet serenity of books”

Morituri Salutamus

A Love Affair with Learning

Beth holds diplomas in Brennan Healing Science and the Advanced Studies Program from the Barbara Brennan School of Healing in Miami, Florida. She holds a diploma in Massage Therapy and Hydrotherapy from the Space Coast Health Institute in Melbourne, Florida, where she was class valedictorian.

In addition to a Bachelor’s Degree from Hood College Frederick, Maryland, she holds graduate degrees from the George Washington University in Business Administration with a Personnel concentration, and from the Johns Hopkins University in Special Education. In addition to the terminal degrees, she has completed an additional two years of pre-med science and math at the University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland, and graduate work in Art History at the American University in Washington, D.C.