Meagan is a Louisville Kentucky native, full time mother of three, and Doer of things to be done. She has an Associate degree in Business Management from the University of Phoenix as well as a plethora of Office Management skills from her time spent working outside the home in the trenches of the brick and mortar job field.
She has a strong background in establishing and organizing effective documentation and procedures in accordance with company policies and local laws. In addition she has a dependable skill in maintaining confidentiality for client and business records in connection to HIPAA laws.
Meagan has over 15 years of excellent customer service and vendor relations concerning diverse aspects of business administration from Early Childhood Education to Banking, Plumbing, and including the Medical Field. “When I am not answering client phone calls and emails I like to draw, paint, plant and grow things, and remodel my house. I am a work in progress and becoming more attuned to my connection in this world and to my tribe. I absolutely love to travel with my husband. I am incredibly thankful and blessed in many ways and I challenge myself each day to make the best of my time through making positive connections with my children and husband. If I could choose any job in the world I would be a food critic. & I believe the secret to a good life is to never stop dreaming, loving, learning, and creating.”
Meagan Pack, Office Manager
B.A. Business Management
Karen is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with more than 19 years of experience in behavioral health care working with children and adults. She has worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings, providing individual, family and group therapy through community mental health centers and in-home therapy. Karen has worked in other arenas, such as criminal detention, family court service provision, and an intensive outpatient program for dual diagnosis clients -those with a substance abuse and a type of mental health need. She holds a bachelor's degree from Furman University, a Master's degree from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and earned a post-master's certificate in marriage and family therapy from the University of Louisville. She has specialized expertise in the treatment of mood disorders, anxiety disorders, chemical dependency, child/parenting issues and issues relating to divorce. She can address issues with a Christian foundation, as requested and has a broad range of therapeutic knowledge of grief, trauma, mood stability, and mental illness symptomology and treatment..
Karen Manley Richardson, LMFT
Mental Health Therapist
Works with children ages 5 and up, teens and adults for counseling
Paneled with Anthem BCBS, Cigna, United Healthcare, Private Pay
Shelly is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, U.S. Navy Veteran, certified Warrior Goddess Training Facilitator (trained by HeatherAsh Amara, author of Warrior Goddess Training), Bootstrap Stress Management Facilitator, Yoga Teacher, and Reiki Practitioner. Shelly has been working in the mental health field for over 22 years, starting her career in mental health as a Psychiatric Technician in the U.S. Navy. Shelly worked in Corrections for seven years within behavioral health as a Corrections Officer and substance abuse treatment programming as a Counselor. Shelly worked for the Veteran's Administration for nine years as a therapist, and conjointly with DOD for one year in the IDES program. Shelly is trained to work with teens, adults and couples suffering with trauma, anxiety, depression, stress and a variety of other mental health concerns. Shelly also provides health and wellness coaching, and is specifically trained in Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Reiki, Health Coaching, Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Problem Solving Therapy, and Skills Training in Affective and Interpersonal Regulation. Shelly completed her 200-hour yoga teacher certification with Yogaia Yoga School in Louisville and is currently working on her 300-hour yoga teacher certification through Yoga Baum. “I teach Hatha yoga that most levels can enjoy and have been practicing yoga on/off since high school. Working in mental health has provided me an opportunity to examine the human condition. I believe it is important to combine body work with mental health therapy as most who experience trauma continue to harbor those traumas in their bodies. Yoga has been a way for me to bridge the gap between mental health and physical well-being as a therapist and as a trauma survivor. I believe it is important to listen to what our bodies tell us and to never push oneself beyond their edges. While yoga is not a cure, it is a means to serenity and peace of body, mind and spirit.”
Shelly Werts, LCSW, RYT-200
Mental Health Therapist, Reiki Practitioner, Yoga Teacher, Owner
Works with teens and adults for counseling
Paneled with Anthem BCBS, Cigna, United Healthcare, Aetna, Humana, Private Pay
Megan Cade is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Marriage and Family Associate , specializing in health and wellness coaching. She has experience working in a variety of settings, and is specifically trained in Motivational Interviewing and Health and Wellness Coaching Certification through Wellcoaches. Her training has provided extensive knowledge for helping others achieve their goals, through increased self-care, stress management, and accountability skills. The purpose of her practice is to bring about optimal emotional and physical wellness.
Megan Cade, Health and Wellness Coach
Health and Wellness Coaching
Christy High is a certified Hypnobabies® Childbirth Hypnosis Instructor (HCHI) and Hypno Doula (HCHD). Christy also holds a B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Louisville, where she spread her focus between Archaeology, Women’s Studies and Philosophy. Christy continued her goals of supporting women in their maternal health by training as a prenatal yoga teacher, studying under Katy Stahl with the ShantiMom program, and completing her 200HR training through Supreme Peace Yoga & Wellness, both of which are registered yoga schools (RYS) through Yoga Alliance. Christy has been awarded a listing as one of Louisville’s Best Doulas by Expertise.com three years in a row. She also volunteers her time as the Treasurer for the Birth Care Network, assisting professionals and families in the greater Louisville area, in addition to offering administrative help to the Kentucky Home Birth Coalition as they advance reproductive rights within the state. In 2018, Christine added to her credentials by completing an intensive and highly selective training through Evidence Based Birth® to become an EBB Instructor and Childbirth Educator.
Christy High, Evidence Based Birth® Instructor, Childbirth Hypnosis Instructor (HCHI) and Hypno Doula (HCHD), CYT
Prenatal and Postnatal Provider, Yoga Teacher
Joyce Cook, MA, a Certified Hypnotherapist with a Master’s Degree in Psychology and Adult & Higher Education from Morehead State University has focused her expertise in Hypnotherapy for three decades.
Joyce began the adventure in hypnosis as a non-traditional student at MSU during her sophomore year. Being involved in psychology classes and self-hypnosis in group sessions allowed her to understand the benefits of decreasing her back pain, muscle spasms and stress she endured being a single parent and college student.
Joyce’s expertise came during graduate school where she excelled in the forty hour class in hypnosis assisting others with pain relief and relaxation. Joyce then attained her Degree in Hypnotherapy from the Hypnosis Motivation Institute out of Tarzana, California. Joyce has also attained Certifications as a Specialist in Health/Wellness, Relaxation, Past Life Regression and relinquishing other Life Obstacles.
Amy has been helping others achieve calmness and a renewed sense of easement in their bodies since 2009. She shared her work while living in Central PA and Seattle, WA before moving to Louisville in 2018. Amy has enjoyed exploring ways of cuing the nervous system for deep relaxation and supporting the body's innate capacity to heal itself. Amy is trained in Swedish massage and deep tissue and incorporates other techniques for the table. Over the years she has expanded on her approach to touch with more than 1000 hours of live courses in various treatment styles to address the different needs and conditions of her clients. Amy is also certified in Thai Yoga massage through the Lotus Palm School. In 2017, Amy dove into her study of Structural Integration at the Soma Institute. She was drawn to this school for its emphasis on the psychological benefits of re-patterining the body and movement. Her most recent training in Sarga bodywork, a style of barefoot deep tissue massage, is influenced by Structural Integration in its approach to help center the body in gravity.
◦ In her free time, Amy loves to feel the grace flowing in movement whether it's with running, hiking, lifting weights, yoga or dancing.
Amy has been a student of yoga since early 2000 and began teaching yoga after graduating Teacher Training at Full Moon Yoga in Louisville, KY in 2005. Amy began her Reiki Studies under Rev. Patrice Joy Masterson and completed levels 1, 2, 3 and Master Level in 2011. Amy continues to study energy work and occasionally incorporates vibrational healing with tuning forks and chakra drums during sessions. Amy is the mother of one daughter and two German Shepherds, she is a wife, an avid reader, novice gardener and nature lover!
Amy Flannery, Reiki Master Certification, CYT
Joyce began practicing yoga in 2010 when a friend invited her to class. At the time, she was the heaviest person in the class, but no matter how challenging it was, she kept going back for something other than the physical practice. After being away from studio practice for a few years and accumulating additional weight, she began a self-guided journey to better health that included a home yoga practice. Moving back to Louisville in 2015, she returned to studio practice and reconnected to something bigger than herself.
Through a healthy lifestyle that includes daily yoga practice, she maintains her nearly 100-pound weight loss. She enjoys personal study of yoga principles and philosophy, with an emphasis on the yamas and niyamas. The desire to deepen her personal study led to yoga teacher training during 2015-2016 and she has been teaching ever since. As a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT200), Joyce enjoys exploring and teaching a variety of yoga styles ranging from gentle yoga to power vinyasa. Her jam is inspiring and encouraging others to explore the edges of their comfort zones on the mat in a fun and supportive community atmosphere and applying what they discover in their daily lives. She believes at times, that may be learning to quiet the mind and providing the body with quieter physical postures. At others, that may be dropping into the physical body and generating a little sweat through more active postures. Taking what we practice and learn about ourselves on the mat and putting it into action in our daily lives is where the real work truly begins. Joyce believes most yoga practitioners need a combination of gentle and active practice to achieve equanimity.
Off the mat, Joyce works with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities as a Licensed Behavior Analyst. She enjoys spending time with her adult children, their spouses, being the best Jamma she can be to her granddaughter, and spending time with her four-legged fur baby, Paisley. Joyce also enjoys running, warm sunshine, smiles, hugs and exploring the boundaries of her own comfort zone.
Joyce Colwell, RYT 200
Suzette Turner-Clark is a Licensed Clinical Social Work and Play Therapy Supervisor with a family therapy background providing therapeutic services for individual adults, couples, young people, families and groups. Suzette has served a wide range of ages in her private practice for the past 16 years. As a clinician, she has studied and researched intensively the topic of mindfulness based stress reduction (MBSR) and its application in managing negative mood. She is a graduate of Yoga East’s Teacher Training for Professional Therapists where she earned her RYT 200 and continues her practice as a life-long yoga student.
Suzette Turner-Clark, LCSW, RYT-200
Kate Barry is an arts writer, amateur baker and saving the world day by day. She received her PYT-200 from Yoga Baum Yoga School in April 2018. Her training is rooted in Hatha with Baptiste and Ashtanga influences as well. She has taught throughout the community with Kentucky Yoga Initiative including Louisville Grows, Berrytown Accessible Community Center, Frontrunners at the Backside Learning Center and Compassion and Literacy Program with JCPS. Kate loves connecting breath with movement, releasing into a challenging pose then finding child’s pose.
Kate Barry, RYT-200
I first found yoga in college when I went to an acting school in California. I had no knowledge or awareness of it prior to that but I really enjoyed the physicality and the way it helped me grow as an actor. Over the years, I came back to it off and on. I was drawn to it again after experiencing a significant trauma. What I learned during that time I cannot transcribe into words and I wanted to be able to share that healing with others. I took my 200 hour teacher training at Supreme Peace yoga in 2018. I love teaching teens because yoga teaches life skills and learning how to regulate and manage emotions at that stage will help catapult them into their life as a young adult. Teaching teens also adds a playful aspect of yoga that you don't often get in adult classes.
After a period of grief in her life Lindsey found herself seeking holistic mental and spiritual healing. She herself had been somewhat of a natural healer to others, but never considered healing for herself until that period of loss. She didn’t fully explore her gifts until later when she discovered the healing power of Reiki. After studying under Reiki Master Malinda Durbin in Louisville KY, Lindsey became a Reiki practitioner. It wasn’t long before Lindsey found herself also practicing Yoga 2 and 3 times a day at home for mental balance and clarity. Her need to share the healing benefits of Yoga led her to 200 hour Yoga teacher training at Supreme Peace Yoga and Wellness, which was completed in October 2019. With Yoga being her life’s work, In her spare time, you might find Lindsey in the mountain tops of Appalachia either experiencing all the beauty that mother nature has to offer or she may be doing charity work for the unseen parts of the region. She enjoys gardening, art, dancing and sharing joy with others. Some things that you may experience in a Yoga class with Lindsey are self love, healing, freedom, empowerment, laughter, joy and an over all sense of belonging.
Lindsey McCoy, CYT
Teaching and leading for over 20 yrs in the yoga, health, and wellness community in Louisville, KY. My inspiration is to share with people the profoundly healing benefits of yoga. I am an Ayurveda wellness practitioner. I studied at the Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa. My Ayurveda practice incorporates self-pulse reading and the foundation principles to assist my clients towards the quality of personal Presence that supports individual and global thriving.
It was yoga and Ayurveda that saved my life after surviving spinal cord injury and surgery. Yoga gave me the motivation to stay healthy and the ability to liberate myself from the complicated emotional journey. Come as you are and meet me on the mat to explore a deep sense of relaxation that will create more space for you mentally and spiritually.