Mojgan has lived in many different cities around in Germany where she studied and worked as a Pharmacist in Germany from 1984-1994. She then started her journey in Buffalo, NY where she attended the University at Buffalo in the Molecular and Cellular Biology field. She then continued her journey with her family to the beautiful south west and settled in Oro Valley, AZ since 1997, where she attended University of Arizona with the degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology. Since her family and her passion to help people is her priority, she started
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her new journey in the Real Estate world, where she worked her way to receive her Associated Broker License and helped many people in Tucson to own their dream house. To pursue her long time passion in the alternative Medicine’s field, she decided to choose her new journey in the Traditional Chinese Medicine and received her formal education at Han University of traditional Medicine, formerly Asian Institute of Medical Studies, in Tucson. She is the proud the owner of Bluemoon Acupuncture and Wellness Center, PLLC, “her healing sanctuary in the Town of Oro Valley”, where she has been a proud citizen since 1997 with her husband, her 3 daughters, and her parents.
Mojgan Rezaei earned her Master’s Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MAOM) from Han University of Traditional Medicine, which entailed four years of study and over 3000 hours of formal education in both Acupuncture and Chinese herbs. Mojgan Rezaei is licensed by the State of Arizona (L.Ac.), and she is a nationally certified acupuncturist, holding a Diploma of Oriental Medicine, which includes acupuncture and Chinese herbs, from the National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).
Caitlyn Schull, a Tucson native and proud Wildcat, grew up surrounded by family and friends with a positive and enthusiastic attitude towards food, health, and fitness. Today, her interests include cooking, weight lifting, tennis, golf, yoga, reading, and film.
Caitlyn’s background includes a Nutritional Sciences degree as well as a Master’s in Education from the University of Arizona. Caitlyn completed her dietetic internship at Tucson Medical Center, obtaining her credential as a Clinical Dietitian Nutritionist. She has a vast knowledge of nutritional supplements, food preparation, experience as a personal trainer, and many years of performing nutritional care and counseling in multiple hospital, rehab, fitness, and private settings.The media often makes health, fitness, and nutrition complicated. It is Caitlyn’s goal to simplify these messages, using the most updated knowledge and clinical research, and deliver to her clients a personalized nutrition plan to maintain optimal health and wellness.With a passion for holistic well-being in the modern world, Caitlyn is excited to join Blue Moon Acupuncture in the pursuit of guiding their clients to feel and look their best to take advantage of the years ahead.
Meet our new staff member Judy Johnson
Judy’s passion has always been health and well being. After an Associates Degree at New Hampshire College from 1978-1980 she managed her local Health Food Store in New Jersey. An avid runner and triathlete she found that by massaging her muscles before and after runs she was able to decrease her recovery time and get right back to training. She became certified in massage therapy and began working with chiropractors. Shortly after, she moved to Long Island, NY and received her massage training at The Wholistic Health Institute in Manhasset, NY now known as The College of Health Professions in Syosset, NY. in the mid 80’s. She continued working with chiropractors and at The Harrison House in Glen Cove, NY now known as The Glen Cove Mansion. She worked with clients from around the world when they stayed at the Mansion for events and conferences. Judy also cooked Macrobiotic meals for people with cancer all while raising three children. Around 2012 a persistent low back issue guided Judy to the table of a Jin Shin Jyutsu Practitioner. She found this energy modality to be a profoundly powerful tool combined with massage therapy in helping clientele with many different issues. When describing this Japanese energy modality to potential clientele she will tell them that energy is our essence, our life force energy. And by balancing these energetic pathways harmony is restored.