Walker Franklin Physical Therapy

Empowering and Encouraging the Healthy Mind, Body, and Spirit

Meet the Wellness Team

We love every minute of our journey

Amy Hume

Hi everyone, my name is Amy Hume. I have always loved encouraging, uplifting and helping others. I've always been a caregiver, which is probably why I went to school for health care. I get so much joy out of making someone else smile and feel better. More than one friend has asked me "have you ever met a stranger?". Honestly, I don’t think I have. I'll admit I love a good cup of coffee and a conversation.

I'm a cardiac technologist at INOVA and a yoga instructor among other things. Having been diagnosed with Lyme disease I have become even more mindful of nutrition and truly taking care of myself. Yoga for me goes way beyond postures and breath. We all need to give our minds a rest, pause and breath.

I'm from the Pacific Northwest and love bringing my sincere, whole hearted, chill style to every class I teach.

I teach Vinyasa yoga with a strong focus on linking Ujjayi Pranayama (breath) with Asanas (movement). My teaching style is sunny, encouraging, and inclusive, and I strive to invite my students to truly listen to their bodies while practicing.

My classes have a positive, upbeat tempo, and I use a wide range of musical artists and genres to guide the class through my sequencing. I focus on flowing from one pose to the next while paying attention to alignment, breathe, intention and try to emphasize having fun while doing so.

I'm so looking forward to teaching and collaborating with Walker Franklin Physical Therapy to get you to your best you.

I'll be teaching two classes every week; Tuesday and Saturday. Tuesday is a 1 hour All-Levels class, where we pick up the pace, maybe do some abs, and sweat. Saturday’s class is the perfect way to end the weekend. It's a slower flow where we stretch out while letting go of all our obligation, if only for an hour, and intentionally practice mindfulness and relaxing.

Looking forward to practicing with you.


Jennifer Marshall
Executive Director & Co-Founder of
this is my BRAVE

Jennifer Marshall is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of This IsMy Brave, Inc., the leading platform for individuals to share their story of overcoming mental illness through creative expression.  Jennifer formed the organization after experiencing a positive outpouring of support following the publication of her story on a well-
known news website. Wanting to provide that same opportunity to others living with mental illness, Jennifer envisioned a theater show concept and together with her Co-Founder Anne Marie Ames, launched the project on Kickstarter. The project was successfully funded within 31 days, raising over $10k to create the inaugural show and the movement became a non-profit organization the
following year.

Jennifer’s personal blog, BipolarMomLife.com, has been named Healthline Bipolar Blog of the year for four years in a row (2014 - 2017), and in 2014, Jennifer was named a “Rookie of the Year” finalist by WEGO Health. She’s been featured on the front page of The Washington Post
(June 2, 2016), in O, The Oprah Magazine (August, 2016), in BPHope Magazine (cover story, fall 2015), on local news stations NBC4 Washington, DC Fox5 and WJAL ABC7News, as well as having been interviewed for podcasts and local publications, speaking on the importance of sharing stories of triumphing despite mental illness to end stigma. Jennifer gave a TEDx talk in
October of 2016 entitled “Mental Illness: Being Brave Saves Lives,” and she speaks regularly at mental health and storytelling conferences.

In addition to her work with This Is My Brave, Jennifer served as a team leader for the 2013 American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s Overnight Walk in Washington, DC. Jennifer and her husband Ben have been married for 13 years and live in Ashburn with their two kids, Owen (8) and Vivian (6). In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys writing, yoga and reading.

Bekah Wiedeman
Healing Hearts with Reiki

Certified in Usui Reiki Ryoho Third Degree Reiki Master Practitioner, Teacher, Crystal Reiki Master, and Animal Reiki Master Bekah Weideman’s healing journey is inspiring. Once homebound by chronic
illness, Bekah sought out many healing modalities to little avail until  Reiki entered her life. Since receiving hope and healing for herself, she has been on a mission to bring the same to others. With the exquisite beauty of a Japanese Tea Ceremony, there is an art to Bekah’s Reiki practice that brings harmony, calmness, and serenity to the senses.
Book your appointment to see what Reiki can do for you today! www.healingheartsashburn.com 
Email: hhwreiki@yahoo.com
Phone: 703.651.6864

Jen Mauritzen
Resonance Holistic Services

Since discovering her sensitivity to energy and ability to feel others’ pain, Jen has developed a passion for learning about and sharing the gift of Reiki. In 2015, she became certified in Usui Reiki (Second Degree) followed by Jikiden Reiki (Shoden) in 2016. She feels called to energy work in order to provide relief, relaxation, and balance to as many people as possible.

Jen warmly welcomes clients of all ages and reasons for seeking therapeutic treatments. With over 11 years of experience as a Special Education Teacher, Jen is particularly drawn to providing Reiki for children and adults with disabilities or sensitivities. However, she derives great satisfaction from providing treatments for every individual and need.

In addition to her energy work through her company, Resonance Holistic Services, Jen is President/CEO of Hug CEO, a nonprofit she established to benefit children growing up in orphanages. She is also Author of the children’s books Love Seeds Vol. 1 & Vol. 2 and Executive Director of Think.Grow.Know., her tutoring company.

Jen truly believes in the therapeutic value of Reiki and has gained relief from her own physical ailments through treatments. She is grateful for the gift of Reiki to heal body, mind, and spirit and the opportunity to be of service to others.


Website: www.resonanceholistic.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/resonanceholistic/

Phone: 571-205-9733

Email: resonanceholistic@gmail.com

Molly Murphy
Massage Therapy

Molly graduated from Northern Virginia School of Therapeutic Massage (NVSTM) in April 2017.  She has always had a passion for helping others and continually volunteers her time for breast cancer awareness, St. Jude, ALS, and Lyme disease.   She believes that massage therapy is a not only a luxury but an integral part of a healthy lifestyle. All massage modalities have therapeutic benefits and Molly’s goal is to match each client’s needs with the right type of service in order for the client to obtain the greatest benefits from massage therapy. As a therapist, Molly is committed to continuing education and offering her clients the very best.
To book online visit:  www.massagebook.com/biz/mollymurphy