Co-Owner of the Center, Bodywork Therapist and CIYT 

Kate Marshall-Chase

Kate has been providing a variety of bodywork therapies since 1983. Integrating 40 years of yoga training and natural lifestyle practices into her bodywork sessions, Kate strives to help her clients achieve balance in their lives through relaxation, healing and rejuvenation. Yoga, cycling, cooking, reading, family and friends bring joy to Kate's life.



Katie Bechtel

Katie “B” is a Licensed Massage Therapist at the Center for Well-Being.  She is a proud Penn State Alumni, and a graduate of Colorado Springs Academy of Therapeutic Massage, who brings a wealth of wisdom and 22 years of experience to the table.  She treats and cares for her clients with honor and respect. Katie “B” offers Gentle Swedish, Marble and Lava Basalt Stone Therapy, Hawaiian Massage with Bamboo Sticks, Ostomy Massage and Care, Chakra and Meridian Connection Therapy, and Indian Scalp Massage.  She also offers general workshops for Pregnancy and Infant Massage, Hand and Foot Reflexology, and Palliative/Hospice Care.  Katie’s services extend to onsite therapy for those at home, health care facilities, and hospital treatment centers. Katie enjoys living in Happy Valley with her husband, 3 young lads, and 100 fish.  She finds peace and joy in nature, yoga, gardening, hiking mountains, live music, tailgates, and family reunions.



Doris Rogalla

Doris Rogalla, BA, LMT. For over 24 years Doris has been practicing Deep Tissue Therapy, Swedish, Reflexology, Cranio-Sacral and Lymph Drainage Therapy. She offers Gua Sha Facials - a vitalizing, anti-aging facial massage that can also relieve TMJ tension, sinus congestion and certain types of headaches. Doris tailors her sessions to best meet her clients' needs, aiming to bring awareness to underlying causes of tension and muscle pain. Witnessing improvement and a restored sense of balance in her clients is one of the greatest rewards for her. Doris enjoys taking photos of water, movies, shamanic studies, music and singing in a community choir. Spending time in the woods with her dogs, communing with nature and maintaining a peaceful and simple life is Doris' recipe for her own well-being.



Megan Moore

Megan Moore, LMT, will be integrating her extensive background in dance, kinesiology and anatomy, with certifications in Laban Movement Analysis, Bartenieff Fundamentals, Yoga, Reiki and the doTERRA AromaTouch Technique with her training at the Integrative School of Massage. Megan believes in the healing power of touch and regularly uses essential oils in her sessions. In addition to massage therapy, Megan also offers energy healing sessions and will be conducting free classes in the use of the doTERRA life enhancing essential oils.



Amy Rumbel

Amy Rumbel, LMT, has been practicing massage for 15 years. She practices relaxing Swedish massage and Deep Fascia Release techniques in addition to using Hot Stones, when requested. She loves to get massages as much as give them, and believes that massage has not just a great physical effect but an emotional and mental effect as well. She is always working toward helping clients, and herself, develop healthier and new ways to use their bodies and minds for health and happiness in this life.


Traditional Western Herbalist, Reiki Master Practitioner/Teacher

Briel Driscoll

Briel is a Reiki Master Teacher and a Traditional Western Herbalist. She studied Reiki at The Reiki School and Clinic in Philadelpia and got her teaching certificate from Learn Reiki Philadelphia she has been practicing Reiki since 2009. Briel holds a 450 hour certificate from the Northeast School of Botanical Medicine where she also served as an herbal apprentice to 7Song. She  also attended a year long herbalism course with Susan Hess. Briel also teaches dance, movement and yoga and enjoys finding where all of these things intersect. You can schedule Reiki sessions, herbal consultations or combination private sessions with her at CMTB.