Yoga Teacher & Massage Therapist
Kim Allen - Yoga Teacher & Massage Therapist
Mike Camp - Yoga Teacher
Mike Camp found his way to yoga at the suggestion of a neighbor who loaned him a yoga basics video. He immediately fell in love with the stretches, the calm soothing meditative flow and the rich heritage of yoga. It was not long after he started practicing with the videos that he discovered All People Yoga Center. He quickly dove into the varied class offerings, made fast friends of students and teachers alike and looked for ways to further his interest in yoga.
He assisted Nancy Schalk in her vinyasa classes from 2004 through 2008. In 2005, Mike completed the Yoga Teacher training Class offered by Nancy and Ann Miller. He was fortunate to find a teaching job immediately upon completing the class and has truly found a new passion in his life.
Mike’s Friday night Yoga class is a fairly eclectic vinyasa flow with a mix of more modern music and emphasis on corrections and adjustments throughout the practice. When Mike is not teaching, he is busy taking photos of yoga classes and has just recently produced a Morning Vinyasa Video features Nancy Schalk and a class of All people Yoga students and staff. Mike and his wife Patty have been married for 28 years. They have three children; David, Katie and Ben.Breathe. Flow. Let go. Namaste!
Charlie Dewes - Yoga Teacher
Olga Imperial Keegan
Olga Imperial Keegan - Yoga Teacher
Olga’s youngest son, Ian, introduced her to yoga in 2013, the year before he left for college and emptied her nest. After 15 invigorating years of teaching Jazzercise fitness classes, she longed for something more to share with others. She fell in love with yoga philosophy, the fluidity and challenge of vinyasa class, the connection of movement to the breath, and the serenity she felt after yoga practice. Her spirituality became deeper as a result of daily yoga and meditation.
Olga has studied ballet from preschool age to adulthood, was a gymnast in high school, and has been a runner since college. All these disciplines helped her learn to teach the intricacies of yoga asanas and the art of yoga flows with the added dimension of cueing proper alignment and placement of the body for a safe, comfortable practice. Her classes offer fluid movements that integrate the breath and mind while challenging the muscles and body. Like a dance, she enjoys being creative when preparing her vinyasa classes. Olga’s flows have a theme that focuses on several of the chakras with the intent that everyone who takes her classes will leave with a calmness and centering that carries over to daily life.
“When it comes to yoga, I will always be a student first, learning from other teachers and yoga practitioners.” This is Olga’s belief and she is reminded of this each day.
Olga and her husband, Don, love to travel and explore the world and the outdoors. They have 4 grown children: Taylor, Luke, Ian and Alaina. When she is not practicing yoga, Olga has a busy real estate career.Breathe. Flow. Let go. Namaste!
Naturopathic Doctor & Yoga Teacher
Melanie MacLaren - Naturopathic Doctor & Yoga Teacher
Dr. Melanie’s own healing crisis in 2005 created a passion to educate others on natural health. She was dealing with chronic stress, digestive issues, fatigue, allergies, asthma, and adrenal issues. In working with a naturopathic doctor, she was able to bring her body back into balance using nutrition, yoga, and natural remedies.
With a previous degree in Civil Engineering, she decided to pursue a Doctor of Naturopathy and become a Registered Yoga Teacher. She is a Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor with the ANMCB, a Certified NAET Practitioner, and a 500-Hr Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance.
Dr. Melanie purchased All People Yoga Center in July of 2016 to be able to offer both naturopathic services and yoga with Dragonfly 360 Yoga and Wellness.
“I often refer my patients to yoga, so being able to work with patients and offer yoga classes under the same roof is ideal,” Dr. Melanie
Rosa O'Connor - Yoga Teacher
Rosa began her yogic journey several years ago. Having enjoyed different forms of exercise over the years, Rosa was feeling the need to explore a deeper discipline. Going to classes sporadically and using videos of yoga practices seemed to be resonating. It wasn’t until her guru said to her, “You need a teacher, Mom!”, that she got serious about expanding her knowledge of the practice. In 2007 she completed her 200 hour teacher training guided by the renowned Nancy Schalk. Yoga conferences & workshops with master teachers continue to enhance Rosa’s knowledge and desire to share her passion for this ancient art with others. Rosa’s intension is to help the student tap into the physical, mental and emotional realm of the being. Modifications are offered to compliment different body types and needs for all ages of practitioner.
After being blessed with 47 years of marriage, Rosa became a widow with the passing of her beloved, Pat O’Connor. Rosa & Pat have 2 children, Lisa and Ryan, daughter-in-law, Mandy and 2 little grandgirls, Noema and Ruby Lynn.
Sara Rodefeld - Acupuncturist
Sara Rodefeld is licensed to practice Acupuncture and as a Registered Nurse in Indiana and Tennessee. Sara holds a Masters Degree from The Academy for Five Element Acupuncture in Gainesville, Florida and has studied with internationally renowned Professor JR Worsley, a leader in Five Element Acupuncture. A graduate of Indiana University School of Nursing, she has been a Registered Nurse since 1982 practicing in a variety of patient care areas including Medical/Surgical, Critical Care, Trauma Nursing and Teaching.
Erin Rodgers - Manager
Erin graduated from Western Kentucky University in 2012 with a BA in English and Philosophy. She started working at Dragonﬂy360 in the spring of 2017 after taking six months off after having her second child. Her health journey began when Dr. Melanie introduced her to yoga, naturopathic medicine, acupuncture, Reiki, and a whole big world of information. Through Dr. Melanie’s guidance, she was able to ﬁnd substantial relief from chronic anxiety, depression, digestive issues, skin problems, and insomnia. Erin is passionate about Dr. Melanie’s mission to bring alternative health practices to Indianapolis. As manager at Dragonﬂy360 Yoga & Wellness, she emphasizes excellent client services and a highly organized and efﬁcient ofﬁce. She also enjoys mommy-ing, running, and a good night’s sleep.
Nancy Schalk - Yoga Teacher
Nancy Schalk found yoga in the mid 70’s and began teaching in 1984. She holds advanced certifications in Hatha Yoga and Yoga Therapy including her C-IAYT, an international certification as a yoga therapist.
Nancy’s main influence has been the Sivananda tradition and studied directly under K. Pattabhi Jois in his Ashtanga Vinyasa method, as well as many other teachers and traditions through the years.
Nancy helped establish the Indiana Yoga Association in 1998 and served on the board for 4 years. She trained yoga teachers from 1999 to 2011, and in 2000 opened and directed All People Yoga Center (now Dragonfly 360) through 2005. She has been a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists since 2007.
Nancy developed the yoga therapy program at the IU Simon Cancer Center in 2008 and is currently a part of a team conducting research through the Indianapolis Roudebush VAMC, demonstrating the efficacy of adapted yoga for those with stroke and traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, pain syndromes, PTSD and other challenges.
She saw the need for continued yoga classes in the community for veterans after their research is complete and founded YES to Vets – Yoga Education and Service to Veterans. Learn more about Nancy and YES to Vets program at www.heartlandyogatherapy.com
Cynthia Stark - Yoga Teacher
Cynthia is an ERYT-200 yoga teacher with over 14 years of teaching experience. She is certified through YogaFit and has had the opportunity to study with several well-known teachers including Jyoti Hansa, Nancy Schalk, Marsha Pappas, Paul Grilley, and Sadie Nardini.
For over 20 years, Cynthia has explored different styles of yoga and combines these in her classes to meet the unique needs of each student. Her primary goal for her students is that they feel more comfortable in their bodies and more peaceful in their minds.
Kevin Lemons - Yoga Teacher
Kevin first discovered yoga in a university course, when his curiosity led him to an immediate experience with asana that forever changed his approach to physical fitness and spirituality. Since then, Kevin has had more than two decades of vinyasa yoga practice, mostly in the San Francisco Bay Area. He studied under Bija “Pretzel” France, who taught him the importance of dedicated training and patience combined with faith in order to safely push boundaries of the body and mind. Kevin has since graduated from teacher training in Indianapolis under the guidance of Ahna Hoke, who has helped him to refine his focus on alignment and further explore yogic philosophy. He is drawn to the dynamic, varying flow of vinyasa classes, and teaches with an emphasis on body placement and linking breath to movement while exploring new poses. He believes that yoga should be at times challenging, restorative, invigorating and calming, but always empowering and life-enhancing. Kevin has long studied eastern philosophy and Buddhism and incorporates these teachings and themes into his classes. He is trained and certified as a yin yoga teacher. Kevin is also an international travel leader and has led educational trips to dozens of countries around the world. In his free time, he enjoys movies, reading, meditating, and spending time with his nephews and English bulldog, Plum.
Yoga Medicine Registered Therapeutic Specialist
Erica Yeary - Yoga Medicine Registered Therapeutic Specialist
As an international yoga instructor, motivational speaker, and a lover of learning, Erica Yeary is known for her inspirational instructing style and her passion for helping people live their best lives. She has been practicing yoga for over eight years, has a Bachelor’s degree in both Exercise Science and Communication, and a Masters of Public Health in Exercise Physiology. Erica has completed her 500hr Yoga Medicine® teacher training and has been providing individualized yoga instruction for over three years. By combining a thorough understanding of alignment and anatomy with the joy of balance and movement, Erica’s teaching instills physical, spiritual, and mental strength in anyone she works with. Every student has the opportunity to use Erica’s knowledge of yoga, nutrition, wellness, and exercise to transform their lives, because everyone deserves to feel good.