Master Teacher Megan Cullerton

has over 40 years of martial and healing art experience. She is the Global Director of Human Harmonies and licenses Human Harmonies locations and instructors. As a registered 8th degree Black Belt, Master Instructor registered with Body Mind Systems and is recognized Doh Yi Master by the Doh Yi Federation.

Megan began her training in martial arts as a teenager in 1983. She trained with her brothers, sisters, and parents. Her mother was able to avoid back surgery from degenerative disk disease through this training. Her father was able to gain strength and mobility as well. As she became an instructor, she took particular interest in older students and students with body issues to teach them the benefits of the martial and healing arts. She started to specialize in working with these students to make adjustments and gain confidence in what they could do.

From this experience, Human Harmonies was created. The goal was to take the healing arts of QiGong (which is in all martial arts movements), Tai Chi and Bagua and help them learn how to improve their quality of life through the movements and protocols. She worked with Dr. James Stahl, Section Chief of Internal Medicine at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center to create and lead a study on the impact on Balance and Stability with the practice of QiGong.


Chelmsford, MA

Jill Potsaid is a Certified Medical QiGong and Tai Chi Instructor with Human Harmonies. She has been a student of Martial Arts for almost a decade and has practiced Tai Chi, Kung Fu, Bagua, Kong Su Do, Aikido, Judo, and weapons. Jill has taken the Assistant and Instructor training programs.

Jill was drawn to Tai Chi and QiGong in particular because of the incredible health benefits both practices have on the body, combined with an emphasis on creating a mind-body connection. She credits her practice as one of the most positive influences on her life and is thrilled to have the opportunity to share what she has learned with others. She feels that having the chance to empower others to care for themselves, just as she has been empowered to love, heal and appreciate herself, is an amazing way to spend her life.

Chelmsford, MA

Kurt Klinzing is a 3rd Degree Black Belt and is a Certified Medical QiGong Instructor. He has been training for twenty years. He has been teaching martial arts at the Stoneham school for three years and currently gives QiGong lessons to residents of Assisted Living Facilities. Previously, Kurt worked for 40 years as a Software Systems Architect. He has circled the world twice by land.


Merav Chlamtac is a 3rd degree black belt and a Certified Medical QiGong Instructor. She has been a QiGong practitioner for twenty years and has been training in martial arts at Body Mind Systems for fifteen years. She is currently teaching Tai Chi and QiGong programs at Human Harmonies.

Merav holds graduate degrees in Math and Computer Science and recently retired from a long career in the Computer Aided Design industry. She feels that her training brought profound changes to her quality of life. She is passionate about helping others improve their health and sense of well-being through training.


Stoneham, MA

Bob Lee is a 6th Degree Black Belt and an Assistant National Instructor with Body Mind Systems. He is a co-owner of the Stoneham, Massachusetts location and a certified Medical Qi Gong instructor. He has over 21 years of martial arts training and teaching experience.

Bob has had an opportunity to train several thousand adults and children including individuals who are now instructors in their own schools. He has had an opportunity to apply the martial arts and healing benefits of this 2,600-year-old Bagua lineage to help many individuals feel physically and emotionally whole.

Bob Lee is a real estate broker as well as an attorney. He received his B.A. in Political Science from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and a J.D. from the University of Connecticut School of Law.

Stoneham, MA

Joanne Sankus is a 3rd Degree Black Belt and a Certified Medical QiGong Instructor. She started training at Body Mind Systems at age 60 and now teaches at the Stoneham location. She had practiced Judo for several years and a year of Karate before discovering Body Mind Systems. Human Harmonies is now her main focus for instructing and a holistic life style.

Other interests include Orienteering, presently Joanne serves on the Board of Directors of the New England Orienteering Club. She worked for 20 years as an electronics technician for Sears and is currently working for a non-profit company that provides training and programs for handicapped adults.

Swampscott, MA

Elizabeth Cohen is a 4th Degree Black Belt, Certified Medical QiGong Instructor and National Director for Human Harmonies. Elizabeth has been teaching martial arts and Tai Chi for over 10 years, and has been involved in the training and education fields for over 20 years. Clients include individuals ranging in age and physical ability, educational institutions,non-profit organizations, and Fortune 100 companies.

Elizabeth’s most recent focus includes partnering with health and wellness practitioners and organizations to provide education and training on the benefits of Tai Chi and QiGong for health, fitness, and improved quality of life. Human Harmonies North Shore is an Official Medical QiGong Certification and Training Center, and is currently accepting applications for individuals looking to become Certified Medical QiGong Instructors.


Swampscott, MA

Priscilla Fitch is a 3rd degree black belt Instructor, and is currently pursuing her certification as a Medical QiGong Instructor. Physically active but with little prior athletic interest, she began martial arts training in Body Mind Systems in 2004 at the age of 58, starting with Tai Chi lessons. Priscilla has successfully completed both Assistant Instructor and Instructor Programs with Body Mind Systems and Human Harmonies.

In addition to teaching in Human Harmonies at the Swampscott location, Priscilla also teaches the Human Harmonies programs for children. She has worked as a middle school English teacher, as a general employee to a Harpsichord Maker, and as a landscape gardener with her own small and continuing practice.

McMinnville, OR

Born in Canada, Lyne Breault moved to the United States to pursue a career in science. The stress of her fast-paced life quickly took a toll on her health and she turned to martial arts for help. Over time, and with of practice, her quality of life significantly improved. Feeling revitalized, she opted for a career change and began teaching martial arts.

Now a 4th Degree Black Belt, Lyne is still pursuing her martial arts education while focusing on her passion for teaching. It is a great opportunity and pleasure for her to teach and guide others to greater well-being with internal martial arts in her new home, the Pacific Northwest.

West Roxbury, MA

Thomas Sullivan is a Vietnam Veteran and retired nurse. He has been studying Martial Arts for the past 6 years, is a First Degree Black Belt and is an Assistant Instructor. Thomas is currently working on becoming a Certified Medical QiGong instructor.

Thomas also devotes time to teaching military veterans and has begun classes at the Jamaica Plain Veterans Hospital for the veterans who are treated there. His goal is for other military veterans to experience the health benefits and mind body improvements that he has gained through his training.