Meet Our Facilitators
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Soulful Coach Biz/Life Coach for Transformational Feminine Leaders
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Licensed Professional Counselor
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Cheryl E. Ball
Intuitive, Writer, Consultant
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Banker | Yogi | Aspiring Holistic Coach
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Licensed Professional Counselor
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PT, MSPT, PRPC - Pelvic Health Specialist
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Educator, Entrepreneur, Clinician
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Career, Leadership, and Trauma Recovery Coach
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Somatic Movement Therapist-in-Training
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Counselor and Spiritual Coach
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Community Alchemist + Owner
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Professional Organizer and Coach
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Mindset & Personal Development Consultant
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Doyenne of Details
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Occupational Therapist and Coach
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Life Coach & Human Design Guide
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Life & Relationship Coach
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Personal Empowerment Coach
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Dr. Stacey Francis
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Interested in joining our team of amazing facilitators?
Amy Tarrant has been teaching mindfulness/ meditation for all ages since 2010. She has received ongoing training through Brown University since 2020. Amy has training through Mindful Schools as well as local and national leaders in the field of mindfulness and meditation. Amy is dedicated to cultivating a community that is sustainable in happiness, peacefulness, health and wellness…one breath at a time.
Quantum Wealth Strategies is the culmination of my decade-plus background in the financial services industry and personal life experiences. As a financial adviser, educator and marketer, I come with a well-rounded understanding of finance. As a business owner who has been through divorce, I know how financial literacy can alleviate stress and worry.
I founded Quantum Wealth Strategies to leverage these combined experiences. I am trained and certified by the Collaborative Practice Institute of Michigan (CPIN), as well as the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP), to act as a neutral party in divorce settlements.
Additionally, my work has led me toward opportunities to support other women. I am a facilitator with SheHive, a women’s leadership development program. Through SheHive’s workshops, I provide education for women facing life-changing events on financial matters.
Throughout my career as a financial adviser, I have had just one goal: To connect my clients with the resources and knowledge to advance their financial literacy.
Ber-Henda Williams lives according to her name’s Germanic-Greek origin, “The Bear Hearted Protector” of multiculturalism, art and womanhood. She focuses her energy as a femolutionary, poet, teacher, author, television and film producer, host of the podcast: Soul of a Lead(Her) youth advocate and public speaker.
With a passion for culture, community and connections, she has served as host, coordinator and marketing professional for innumerable cultural enrichment events, including her involvement as a poetry programing consultant and Mistress of Ceremonies for FORD UAW Women’s Expo 2018.
Williams has served as guest lecturer for Detroit Creative Mornings. She has been a keynote speaker and moderator for events centered on women’s issues and advocacy.
Bilingual for more than 20 years, she has served on several panels such as Academia del Pueblo for Wayne State University, In 2016, she was a Featured Presenter at SXSW 2016 Interactive Track and most recently she was a featured poet for United Way’s Financial Well-Being Innovation Challenge Launch Event and of served as a Keynote speaker and poet for Toyota Motor Company.
Williams has also several media credits that include her work as a CW 50 Community Correspondent, Poetry, Pages, and Scribes co-producer for Channel 15 and consultant for the spoken word documentary,Televising a Revolution of Spoken Word in Detroit. Williams is also an alumni for The Secret Society of Twisted Storytellers, The Vagina Monologues, and Listen to Your Mother.
She draws her inspiration from poets such as Federico Garcia Lorca, Pablo Neruda, Ursula Rucker, Prince, Saul Williams, Nikki Giovanni, Rumi and Khalil Gibran. Ber-Henda Williams is an ambassador of the arts.
She informs and facilitate poetry of youth with Inside Out Literary Arts, Figuring Skating Detroit, and Harrison Highschool’s Dance Department. A Wayne State University graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and minor in International Marketing, Ber-Henda Williams lives her life in color.
My mission for The SheHive community is helping women to become more confident as their sexual selves by providing evidence-based education in a supportive setting. Sexual health is an important part of whole health, yet it can be a significant source of stress, insecurity, shame, and grief. I want to help women feel less pressure and more pleasure related to their bodies and their sexuality. I believe everyone has the right to experience sex and sexuality in ways that are pleasurable, consensual, and nonexploitive.
I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor, AASECT Certified Sex Therapist, and a business owner at Saputo Counseling Services LLC in Clinton Township, Michigan. I provide psychotherapy, supervision, education, and consultation on a wide variety of mental health and sexual wellness topics. I’m a lifelong learner who is continuously exploring what it means to be healthy in the mind and body.
I want to share my knowledge and expertise with you so that you can achieve your maximum wellness. Other topics I hope to bring to the The SheHive community are recovering from the impact of loss and challenging relationships, managing the unique difficulties that arise during the middle phase of life due to peri/menopause and role-related stress, effectively handling anxiety, and tackling the obstacles that come with natural life transitions. Some tools I like to incorporate in my teaching are mindfulness, embodiment, and utilizing your personal strengths, traits, and values. Reach out to me if you have a topic suggestion for a future class. I’d love to hear from you!
Outside of my professional work, I enjoy golfing, yoga, spending time with family, and relaxing at the beach. I’m Detroit born and raised, but Los Angeles still holds a place in my heart, having spent 14 years there in former life as a Telecommunications professional.
Charmaine is a mom of two children, one diagnosed with Autism and one diagnosed with ADHD, Charmaine has been an advocate and mentor to parents in the special needs community for over 10 years helping moms navigate the special needs world with sanity.
She is the host of the We Ain’t Normal Show and Life Strategist for The Charmed Life where she helps moms with ADHD uncover the secrets to creating a schedule that keeps their momma brain focused and in flow.
When Charmaine isn’t helping other mammas she is hanging with her family, playing piano, gardening and knitting.
Cheryl E. Ball (pronoun flexible) is an intuitive, writer, and consultant. She is a reformed academic, having spent 25 years in academia and publishing. In 2021, she began her soul journey in earnest, hitting the road to live the life of a digital nomad, and is currently manifesting a queer witch camp in a climate-friendly location. Her intuitive specialities include tarot and oracle readings, pendulum work, reiki, and she will soon be certified in reading akashic records. She also consults in (digital) publishing for academic and trade authors and editors.
Cindy Taavola is a multifaceted individual, seamlessly blending the world of finance with the tranquility of yoga. As a dedicated commercial banker, she has spent over a decade navigating the intricate financial landscapes, helping businesses thrive and grow.
Cindy’s educational background include a BS in Finance and her MBA. She is also a Yoga Alliance Certified Yoga Teacher (RYT-200) with specialized training in Yin Yoga and Yoga Nidra. Currently working toward a Holistic Coach accreditation.
But beyond the world of spreadsheets and balance sheets, Cindy’s heart finds solace in the practice of yoga. A devoted yogi for over 6 years, she has cultivated a deep connection between mind, body, and
soul. Through the art of yoga, Cindy has discovered inner peace, balance, and resilience that she brings to both her professional and personal life.
Whether she’s presenting financial reports in the boardroom or guiding students through a rejuvenating yoga class, Cindy embodies the harmony of a commercial banker and a yogi, proving that success and serenity can coexist in a world of contrasts.
Erica is the owner of Erica Carulli, PLLC and the lead psychotherapist. Erica is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Michigan, a Board Certified Counselor (NCC). Erica has extensive experience in attachment and relational trauma, offering a social justice oriented, intersectional feminism approach into the actual therapeutic work. Erica’s practice mission is to do the work differently; which includes deconstruction and a focus on the systems within which we are all a part of and the role we play within those systems. Erica’s professional experience is vast, including extensive experience with survivors of domestic and sexual violence, childhood sexual assault, child witnesses of domestic violence and friends and family members of trauma survivors. Erica has expertise working with distinguished and prominent clientele, business professionals and other helpers such as medical and mental health professionals. Many of Erica’s clients are also activists, change makers and difference seekers.
Erica graduated with her Master’s in Counseling and a Post-Master’s specialization in Couple and Family Counseling from Oakland University (CACREP Accredited). Erica holds professional memberships in regional and national organizations including the American Counseling Association (ACA), The Michigan Mental Health Counselors Association (MMHCA), Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development (AMCD), Counselors for Social Justice (CSJ), International Association for Resilience and Trauma Counseling (IARTC) and Society for Sexual, Affectional, Intersex, and Gender Expansive Identities (SAIGE).
Erica is also a freelance writer and speaker. She enjoys traveling but you can often find her with a book in one hand and a coffee in another right at home.
Erin Glace PT, MSPT, PRPC is a pelvic health specialist with over 25 years of experience treating women with pelvic floor problems. She has lectured locally and internationally on physical therapy care for pelvic health. She has focused her passion and practice on the development of innovative and comprehensive pelvic health programs.
“Over the years, as I have educated women about their bodies and how we could do some relatively simple things to improve their function, they often ask “Why am I just hearing about this now?”. I started telling patients years ago that one day I would love to create educational programs for women to learn how to care for themselves. Knowledge is power. In some cases, we can change the course of our lives by intervening early and being proactive in our own care.”
Erin has created educational programs focusing on pelvic health including bladder, bowel and sexual function issues. She compassionately helps women learn to have control over these issues that can be hard to discuss.
Gigi Stafne MH, ND is an enthusiastic educator, entrepreneur, clinician and writer in the health justice and natural medicine fields.
Her deepest desire is to help people with health, happiness, and hope in their lives. She is Director of the Green Wisdom School of Natural & Botanical Medicine and former long time Executive Director of Herbalists Without Borders International, a national and international non-profit organization addressing issues of health and social justice globally. Earth ethics, ecology, sustainability and environmental health are woven into every level of her organizing and teaching.
A national and global trauma trainer, Gigi collaborates with domestic and international trauma specialists to promote the agenda of health, non-violence, environmental, social and health justice.
She has 3+ decades of Naturopathic and Botanical Medicine clinical and teaching experience combined with years of Crisis Intervention work in the anti-violence field coordinating projects such as the Trauma Trainings, Peoples Clinics, The Mandatory Arrest Monitoring Project, Gender Bias in the Judicial System in Domestic Violence, Child Protective Services/Domestic Violence Cross Trainings and numerous international Anti-Violence Against Women exchanges, as well as health care delegations. She invites you to join her in co-creating peace, health and solidarity.
Heather is a certified professional career, leadership, and relationship coach with 15+ years of experience. She supports clients as they navigate the career transition process, develop current resumes, prepare for interviews, negotiate salaries that reflect their value, exit toxic workplaces, and find positions in healthy companies where they thrive. She also supports people in leadership roles to create and cultivate a healthy workplace.
She is trauma-informed and a survivor of narcissistic abuse and domestic violence. Heather helps client leave toxic marriages and partnerships by educating them on narcissistic abuse and helping them to exit abusive situations. She helps clients move forward with focusing on trauma healing through inner-critic work, re-parenting their inner child, building self-esteem, defeating the Impostor Syndrome, establish boundaries, and learn how to use mirror talk to build confidence.
You can find Heather on TikTok, Facebook, Instagram, YT, and LinkedIn under @heathercolemanvoss.
Heather is a friend and ally of the LGBTQIA+ community and believes that Black Lives Matter.
Heather Hall is a speaker, marketing/communications expert, blogger and changemaker.
A three-time cancer survivor, Heather has overcome many challenges in life. And learning to train her brain to focus on positivity helped her face and overcome those challenges. Her mantra during cancer treatment was “Today I Choose,” reminding her that she can’t always
control what happens in life, but she can choose how she reacts and responds. She still uses that daily mantra and now shares her tips and strategies to manage your mindset through speaking, workshops, resources, her blog and more.
For over 20 years, Heather has also been an advocate for herself and others. She works with organizations, communities, volunteers and legislators to push for positive change in healthcare, women’s issues, education, our environment and more. She’s spoken at events throughout the country, met with state and federal legislators, led trainings, created resources and more – with the purpose and passion to make the world a better place for everyone!
Heather hosts HeathersHangout.com, a blog for cancer survivors, caregivers and others interested in resources, tips, motivation and more to embrace life. She also is the owner of Three Oaks Media, a communications company, and Today I Choose, an online store offering affirmation cards, journals, clothing and more (TodayIChooseseries.com).
Heather is an avid cyclist, hiker, reader and writer. She dedicates much of her free time to volunteering, loves traveling and being in nature is her happy place. Most importantly, she’s committed to enjoying life and throwing her arms open to possibilities and joy.
Jessica is a Dance, Movement, and Yoga Specialist and Somatic Movement Therapist-in-Training.
Jessica received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance from Western Michigan University. She then went on to dance professionally in a number of national dance and theater productions. Jessica is also a mother, a Certified Body Confidence and Wellness Coach, a Registered Yoga Teacher- 500 hrs, a Prenatal and Chair Yoga Specialist, a Usui Reiki Master Practitioner and is authorized to teach Rhythm Works Integrative Dance, The Non-Linear Movement Method® (NLMM) and to facilitate The Wild Woman’s Circle™ She is a Wellness Advocate and is also certified in the The Aroma Touch Technique® and is CPR/ First-Aid Certified and Non-violent Crisis Intervention Certified as well. Jessica has done extensive work with Trauma Informed teaching and recently completed an Integrative Somatic Trauma Therapy Certification as well as an Embodied Trauma Informed course. She is currently also studying with the Leven Institute for expressive Movement and is working in her Clinical year towards becoming SomaSoul® Somatic Movement Therapist. Additionally, Jessica also specializes in working with children and adults, of all ages and diagnosis, with physical and mental disabilities.
Jessica has over 25 years of experience in movement and dance instruction. Additionally, she has choreographed many community theater, and school musical theater productions.
Jessica loves to help her clients develop their self-esteem, confidence and sense of Self through the pure joy of embodied movement.
Julie was introduced to the SheHive in 2018, where she took classes and was drawn to the energy and wisdom of the space. Julie truly found SheHive to be a place to become and belong. Through the pandemic, Julie hosted live events about creating healthy rituals while in quarantine and helped to start—and continues to co-lead—the Wheel of the Year Circle through SheHive.
When it was announced that the SheHive was closed, Julie knew she didn’t want to exist in a world without SheHive, and quickly decided she was up next to lead this incredible organization.
A fierce feminist who is committed to a lifetime of learning and growing, Julie is passionate about inspiring others to live a happy, intentional life. Outside of the Hive, Julie works in healthcare finance consulting and serves on the boards of multiple professional organizations.
Living in metro Detroit with her husband Shaun, Julie enjoys traveling, trying new restaurants, watching football, meditating, and reading. Julie is polyamorous and childfree by choice and thrives being around the women of the SheHive, who choose to live their own authentic lives.
I was 24 years old the first time I went to therapy. I desperately needed help deciding whether or not to leave a relationship – a marriage to be specific. I was completely overwhelmed by all the different opinions and expectations of everyone. I was lost and desperately needed to hear myself.
I did leave, and that decision led me to questioning everything at a very young age: Why did I choose the relationships I chose? Why did I have the career I had? Did I believe the things I was taught in my Catholic upbringing? How would I go about making changes and honoring my changing beliefs when others did not? And how would I deal with anxiety and trauma in the middle of it all? And how the hell do I have faith when I no longer bought the way I was taught to have faith?
A few years later, I began going to school at night to earn my Master’s degree in Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy.
Over many years, I learned about the freedom that comes from knowing how to care for difficult feelings. I learned to recognize and confront shame. I learned about the deep intelligence found in my body, my nighttime dreams, my struggles. I found out that my soul is always calling in ways I never imagined. I connected more and more to my true self. Somehow, I even discovered something deeper to believe in and lean on in this chaotic world, and it did not require me to follow a rigid set of rules. It did not require anyone’s approval.
My passion is sharing this with others. I facilitates workshops, classes, and personal and spiritual growth groups. I have spoken at TedX Detroit and consulted with businesses ranging from global corporations to wellness spas across the region. I want people to know how much wisdom lives inside them. I help people hear themselves and the parts of their souls that are calling all the time. I help people connect to themselves, sit with the feelings they were taught to run from and discover the love and guidance that arrives when they do. When we respect and honor ourselves this way it impacts every part of our life. When we witness our uncomfortable feelings and sensations with love and curiosity it moves us closer to ourselves and often to something bigger than us. We find a little more peace, clarity and even humor in the middle of it all.
I am a wellness coach founder of Balanced Leap focused on helping others remember their true potential and guiding them through sustainable steps to achieve the change they want to see in their lives.
I am a Chopra Global certified Meditation teacher and Wellness Coach, leveraging tools such as meditation, wellness practices, and mind shift exercises. My workshops and personalized coaching focus on breaking through fears, limiting beliefs and patterns that do not serve us. I believe we can train our mind to be our best ally to help us achieve the life we want. I am geek about science, research, and data but I am also a believer of what you can’t see, finding the intersection of science and faith. However, I also know that whatever YOU believe in, is what ultimately will work for you.
My goal is to help my clients take action through the balance of our body, mind and spirit. Often, we are paralyzed by fear or unidentified patterns that stop us from making the changes we want in our lives. When we pay more attention to improving these three pillars in our lives, we begin to move forward, everything “flows,” and it’s easier to take action and create change. So maybe you are curious to learn more about your infinite potential or are ready to create something spectacular. Either way, welcome to the journey.
I look forward to working with you!
Keli Kildow-Polymeneas is a licensed social worker, professional organizer, clutter coach, and owner of The Simplified Home, a home organization and coaching company.
As a social worker for over 20 years, Keli has seen how negative emotions seep into other areas of life, creating chaos and unrest. She works with clients to identify and understand the impact that stress and disorganization in the home can have on their mental health and wellbeing.
Through The Simplified Home, Keli provides professional home organization services, coaching and workshops to help clients decrease clutter in their homes and lives. She is passionate about helping clients create a calm and organized environment to transform their lives.
Keli is a Provisional Member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO) and holds licensure in the State of Michigan as a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) and Certified Advanced Alcohol & Drug Counselor (CAADC).
When she isn’t organizing, Keli enjoys yoga, meditation, reading, golf, and travel. She perfects her organization skills by managing life with two teenage boys, a husband, and two dogs.
Lisa Lipscomb is the author of the Amazon best-seller, “Do Something New: 7 Steps to Recharting your Path & Creating a Life You Love”, designed for women who are ready to make the rest of their life the best of their life. She started Something New LLC after years of implementing a “Do Something New & Fulfilling, Every Month” goal. Her social venture provides a path for those who are ready for the opportunity to participate in ongoing new experiences. She builds a bridge between adventure, lifelong learning, and self-care. She offers online courses, interactive workshops, and consulting services.
Lisa previously worked as a nurse and a health educator and found that work to be rewarding and it filled her life with purpose and meaning. Now she finds herself on a new path as she enters the “second act” of her life. She currently serves as the US Circle Coordinator for Gather the Women. The energy, connection, and sisterhood that occurs from having deep, spiritual conversations with other women in circle fills her soul. She was an active member of the original SheHive and is looking forward to connecting with SheHive women again! She also enjoys reading, everything “woo-woo”, and purchasing (and not necessarily using) art supplies.
Lj Gamble, MSW
Lj is an unapologetically black and quirky life coach, writer, social justice activist, and small business owner. She has a master’s degree and over a decade of experience in the mental health field. After successfully launching an online life coaching business, Lj helps women build their confidence and resilience and find their life’s purpose, while having more fun and freedom than ever before in this crazy ass world!
Michelle Mintz is an occupational therapist and coach that specializes in women’s health. She has an office in West Bloomfield, MI where she helps women find relief from pelvic floor issues including: bladder and bowel incontinence, sexual and pelvic pain. She also has a Menopause coaching certification and helps women feel empowered during this life transition.
Michelle is excited to share her knowledge and expertise on all things related to women’s health including: pelvic floor therapy, nervous system regulation (fancy word for stress reduction), and Menopause. Michelle hopes that learning about our own bodies will give women autonomy over their own health and allow women to advocate for themselves.
Hi, I am Nicole. Introducing myself is always interesting… I have so many titles, so many hats. Most importantly I am a human first. I learned the hard way as a serial entrepreneur and parent that I had to find a way to support and empower myself if I was to be able to inspire that authenticity in others.
So I did. I did things differently and stumbled a bit. It’s in my nature. And, while the work is never done, I now live a life that isn’t making me sick and that I am not trying to run away from.
After a decade of juggling the hustle-grind-fake-it-til-you-make-it version of running a business while growing a family, I had a reckoning. I finally reached full burnout from the grind – complete with hospital visits and months of pokes and prodding – and had to reevaluate. I have spent years learning how to heal, healing, and figuring out how to navigate the ripples that I created when I started putting myself first.
Like I said, I learned the hard way.
I have now entered the season of life where I can open my wisdom up to others. I am here to support and empower others on their journey as parents and entrepreneurs who believe deeply that there is a way to live that doesn’t feel so hard.
In my experience, there are a lot of tools that can support someone going through “it.” I have worked with quite a few of them and I have my go-to’s. But, none of them is a substitute for self-inquiry and self-awareness. On that journey, I am a great mirror to what is possible as I serve as an ally and guide.
Nina Manolson is a Body-Peace® coach. She helps people end the war with food and body and finally feel truly at home in their body—as it is. She is known for her deeply feminist, anti-diet, body-peace approach. She brings her 30 years of experience as a therapist, Nationally Board Certified Health & Wellness Coach, Body-Trust® Guide and Psychology of Eating Teacher to helping women create a respectful and trusting relationship with their food and body.
Nina’s Body-Peace work is all in service of helping people get off the diet roller-coaster, and into a compassionate and powerful way of eating & living which creates a positive long-lasting change in and with their bodies. Her courses, coaching, poems and Body-Peace APP positively change the conversation that women are having with their body. Learn more here: https://ninamanolson.com/
Robin Breckenridge is an educator, certified life and relationship coach, and speaker with a reputation of being a strong system of loving support for her clients. Robin’s professional background in behavioral education, coupled with her own experience with challenging relationships, makes her exceptional at teaching self-help and behavioral concepts in an easy, digestible way. She has helped countless people profoundly heal their relationships and rise above the trauma and drama of their past.
I am a personal empowerment coach. My background is in training, facilitation and public speaking. It was through own personal journey that led me to where I am today; empowering women to start prioritizing themselves. This means taking care of themselves physically, mentally, emotionally and Spiritually to live life with more ease and grace.
As a single mom working in the corporate world raising two young boys, I struggled to keep up with all the pressures of life. I finally realized after a lot heartache, pain and health issues, I had to start choosing myself. It was through all of the multiple roles I’ve been in through the years that brought me full circle to helping and serving others today.
The purpose of my work is to teach women how to tap into their inner power through personal transformation and cultivating a strong Spiritual connection. It was through my own unhealthy relationship patterns, dimming my light to please others, and soul crushing heartbreaks that led me to get the right support to gain back my power. This has allowed me to share with others what completely transformed my life through the darkest times.
My mission is to inspire, energize and empower those who aspire to reclaim their own power and create the passionate, abundant life they are worthy of. My strength is seeing the ‘light’ in others, recognizing their gifts and helping them to live a more authentic life of inner peace and joy.
Dr. Stacey Francis
For over 25 years, Dr. Stacey Francis has been treating patients using chiropractic kinesiology, nutrition and functional medicine in the metro Detroit area. Her blend of advanced training and expertise allows her to help patients achieve optimal wellness through balancing the structural, biochemical and psyche systems of the body. From neck pain to stomach pain, autoimmune disorders or allergies, tired and can’t figure out why, Dr. Stacey is here for you.
Dr. Francis received her Doctorate from the National College of Chiropractic in Illinois and maintains an active membership with the Michigan Association of Chiropractors, Women Chiropractors Association and the Macomb County Chiropractic Association. She is a public speaker and has enjoyed speaking for General Motors, Verizon Media, Oakland County and numerous religious and health organizations. In addition, she is a published author of the #1 bestselling book, The Supercharged Method: Your Transformation from Fatigued to Energized, appeared multiple times on Fox 2 News and has taught anatomy and physiology at the Beaumont School of Yoga Therapy.
As an expert in her field, she is an advocate for empowering and educating others in the brilliance of the human body.
A Beacon of Transformation through Soul Care and Cosmic Exploration
Teri Williams, a dedicated Soul Advocate and an enthusiast of the cosmic mysteries, has devoted her life to the transformative powers of Energy Healing Therapies, Shamanic Practices, Meditation, and Drumming. Her journey is steeped in what she calls, ‘The Art of Impeccable Soul Care’, a profound philosophy grounded in the belief that “what we focus on multiplies.”
One remarkable aspect of Teri’s journey is her unwavering commitment to personal growth and healing. With incredible determination, she has embraced a life of sobriety for three decades, demonstrating that the path to self-discovery and spiritual awakening can begin from within, leading to remarkable resilience and wisdom.
Teri’s work draws from the richness of ancient teachings, making these age-old insights accessible to all who seek to transform their lives. Over the course of 30 years, she has immersed herself in diverse modalities, gaining profound knowledge that she generously shares with others. Her expertise is a testament to her dedication to guiding individuals on their unique paths of self-discovery and soulful rejuvenation.
Her extraordinary journey has taken her across the globe, where she has had the privilege of collaborating with and interviewing powerful shamans, mystics, motivators, earth guides and thought leaders who share her passion for soul care. Her exploration transcends the boundaries of the physical world, delving into the mystical realms of the unseen. These experiences unearthed timeless wisdom and hidden mysteries, enriching her own spiritual journey and those of countless others.
In the expansive landscape of spiritual exploration and soulful growth, Teri Williams stands as a luminary, offering her profound insights and wisdom. She is a trusted guide, mentor, and source of inspiration for all who wish to connect with their inner selves and explore the boundless wonders of the universe. Through her sanctuary, Soul Practices, Teri provides a nurturing space for individuals who seek soulful nourishment, a greater sense of awareness, and a deeper understanding of their cosmic selves. Her journey, marked by personal resilience and a profound commitment to soul care, serves as a guiding light for those on their quest for spiritual growth.
She is excited and honored to be part of The SheHive facilitators circle where she will offer workshops on creating a deeper sense of harmony within your life and your soul! And to embark further on your own journey of transformation and cosmic exploration, visit SoulPractices.com and discover the wisdom and inspiration that Teri Williams offers.
I would like to introduce myself! My name is Vicky, but I am also known as the G.P.S. Death Doula. I trained with the International End-Of-Life Doula Association (INELDA) to educate myself in the non-medical role that a death doula can provide to support individuals and families in the last chapter of life. What led me to this work is my career of over 10 years as a Mobile Notary Public. During this time, I have learned how to support, facilitate, and execute the legal documents of individuals in their end stage of life, with seniors, and with their families. When time is of the essence, at the top of the list for many individuals is to finally put their affairs in order. My unique teaching skill is to be a bridge for the gap of information and knowledge that you will need to be educated in for living your adult life!
There is so much power in learning, advocating, and speaking up for yourself. So, let’s start with Adulting 101 and talk about it. You ask why you would want to take a class on the value at looking at your whole life? Well, we are often unprepared and hence suffer to learn the hard way of what is ahead once we become the legal age of 18. Knowledge is power! Learning and educating yourself brings confidence and clarity around support to who you want to be and how you want to show up in your life. You plan for your education in how to make a living. Now create a space to educate yourself on how you want to show up in living your life. It is of equal value to establishing who you are and what you want to be in all your days ahead. It is a perfect place to start, don’t you think?
The kindest thing you can do is document your wishes and desires to those who will be there supporting you. Having documents let others know how they can show up for you when you cannot speak up for yourself. Here at the SheHive, I will be teaching on topics that our society has deemed taboo. So, in my classes you will have the opportunity to learn, think, and document in the class on the topic I am teaching.
As an End-of-Life Doula, I provide non-medical support in different capacities for those actively dying, aging, or transitioning. Part of this role is also helping families navigate after the death has occurred. There are aspects of paperwork, grief and legacy that can be addressed with the support of a death doula. This reduces stress and aids in the work involved in getting everything taken care of and sorted out. Being able to provide Guidance, Planning, and Support is my passion in assisting clients in my role as a Death Doula.