Our KMM Wellness Advocates
Venessa Bish - Wellness Receptionist
Hi my name is Venessa Bish, I’m a mother of two wonderful ordinary boys. I’m a 2005 graduate and went to WCCC for business skills/Management. I have volunteered my time at the YMCA in Indiana, PA. I have years of experience taking care of the elderly, Now as a wellness executive secretary at Keystone Medical Massage, I Just don’t work here I utilize all the services to feel better about myself, I absolutely positively love my career here. I want you to love it as much as I do. I will take care of your scheduling, Questions, or Concerns that you may have. I look forward to speaking with you. Have a healthy & wonderful day.
Hello! My name is Wendy Hoyman! I am 48 years of age and a single mother of three beautiful kids; two adults children and my middle schooler Danielle. Danielle is my biggest fan when it comes to my crafting!
I started drawing when I was a young girl. Going through a tough time in my life, I found that drawing and painting was such comfort such to me that I would spend hrs on 1 project not realizing how much time has past but what I did realize what it brought me comfort and peace and it was my relieve from stress, it was my therapy
As i got older I continued to draw and paint and craft and began to teach my children how to enjoy the art of it and it began to teach my children how to enjoy the art of it and it became something we all loved doing together as a family and learned that we could make gifts for loved ones and slowly over the years it turned into a small business and that has made me & my children who they are and becoming.
I have learned that no matter how busy my life my be this small business is my stress relieve my comfort and therapy and I would love to share that to other people, you don’t have to know how to draw or be a amazing painter to enjoy the love of art and the comfort it brings you rather its by yourself or with your children or with a friend its about relaxing and letting go and relieve the stress of everyday life thats why I chose to start these classes to help people relax and have fun and enjoy the comfort of drawing and painting to get your mind and soul a fresh breath for a few hours.
I think it’s great art therapy for anyone rather you can or cannot draw or paint you don’t have to be great at it to enjoy it so come join us for a class and see what its all about.
You may Facebook Wendy @FamilyCreations1111
Larissa Csanyi - Yoga
Larissa Csanyi, Owner of Bluebird Yoga and Wellness, has practiced yoga for many years and became certified so that she could share her love of yoga with others.
She participated in the certification program at JG Yoga and Wellness under the instruction of Jennifer Goebel. Through this program, she became very comfortable and knowledgeable in providing yoga instruction to her students. Larissa still teaches weekly classes at JG Yoga and Wellness.
Larissa is also Yoga Shred™️ Trained. Her Kick Some Asanas classes incorporate yoga warm ups and cool downs, but students can gain additional joint and muscle flexibility with Yoga Shred™️ Inspired yoga movements instead of the usual HIIT-based workouts.
She has also completed the American Council on Exercise's Introduction to MS for Fitness/Wellness Instructors. Through this program she learned techniques to assist clients in adaptive yoga.
For more info about Larissa and her yoga classes facebook Larissa at BlueBird Yoga and Wellness.
Julie Means - TriYoga
Julie Means has been practicing yoga since she was sixteen. She says, “I feel like yoga is the thread that has woven my whole life together; it’s the place where I connect to my Self, where I find health, peace and joy.
She is a certified yoga instructor through TriYoga International and Kripalu Yoga Center. Recently she has been studying BodyAwake Yoga and infusing its principles to her teachings.
Julie has been teaching beginners, intermediate and advanced students in her home yoga studio and other locations in Indiana County since 2002.
Matt Mikeska - Spiritual Drumming
Rhythm is what gives form to the boundless spirit and energy of all that is within and beyond our human experience. From the movement of celestial bodies, to the changing seasons, the repeating cycles within nature and the beating heart of each one of us. Rhythm is a common thread that runs through everything, down to the smallest atoms that are vibrating with the beat of creation. The drum, being far more than an instrument, is a tool that is simple and accessible to anyone who approaches . the drum acts as a point of contact between the rhythm within and the universal rhythm. Through the drum we can connect with our deeper, primal self while at the same time connecting with others drumming around around us. As our rhythms synchronize with one another we create something that is much bigger and more powerful than any one of its individual parts. The drum circle becomes a deep and meaningful, radical act of community. Through the beating drum self becomes integrated with all that is outside of self. At the very least it's just fun to beat on a drum.