We believe that staying physically, mentally, and spiritually active are important keys to maintaining one’s overall health and well-being.
To help you in this endeavor, we want you to be able to explore many types of wellness-based activities, such as massage, yoga therapy, chiropractic care, nutrition counseling/classes, and more. By offering access to these types of opportunities, we can coordinate the medical care you receive at Mint Lone Tree with other modalities of healing.
We are happy to partner with the following wellness providers. We know and trust these providers, and feel confident referring them to you. Please contact them to hear more about what they can offer!
Stacie Joy Yoga
Stacie Joy is a yoga instructor specializing in therapeutic yoga classes and one-on-one sessions for trauma, anxiety, depression, PTSD, cancer support, and more. She uses movement and breathwork to gently guide you toward refuge and balance through renewing yoga poses and guided meditations. Stacie is 200YTT, Yin, Trauma Sensitive, and Trauma Informed Yoga Therapy Certified.
Read more from Stacie herself!
“I’m Stacie Joy. Most days you can find me in South Denver stretched out on my yoga mat, chasing after my 4 year old daughter, or curled up with a good book while she sleeps. I love serving the world by sharing yoga with others that also struggle with anxiety and depression. It wasn’t until I started practicing to heal my own anxious mind that I began to understand the connection between our nervous system, our emotions, and how our bodies store trauma. I am most passionate about guiding others that struggle with emotional distress towards the healing capabilities that lie within our incredible bodies.
When you journey through a challenging or traumatic experience, your body can’t always properly process the variety of emotions that arise. This can keep you from mentally moving on, trapping you within your own self and adding tension to specific areas in your body. Your session will be a holistic approach tailored to your own unique body and nervous system needs. Slowly you will release tension, regain control, and transition into improved overall well-being.”
Embodied Youth Yoga
Michelle Fury, LPC, C-IAYT, is a certified yoga therapist and licensed professional counselor. Born and raised in Florida, Michelle came to Colorado to study with yoga master Richard Freeman. She was captivated by the mountains and outdoor culture, and has lived in the Denver Metro area since 1996.
Michelle is the owner/founder of Embodied Youth Yoga, specializing in yoga therapy for kids, teens, and families. She is also the author of Using Yoga Therapy to Promote Mental Health in Children and Adolescents (Handspring, 2015). She has a passion for collaborating with other health care providers to create integrated care for clients. She worked as a yoga therapist/behavioral health clinician at Children’s Hospital Colorado (CHCO) for 14 years. She received her master’s degree in Contemplative Psychotherapy from Naropa University and is a licensed professional counselor (LPC) through the State of Colorado.
Her interests include cycling, cooking, gardening and spending time with her family and dogs.