Kerry Cragin Biskelonis
clinical director, licensed psychotherapist
yoga instructor, trauma informed yoga therapist

Areas of focus:

  • tween and teen counseling

  • chronic stress

  • self esteem, body image issues

  • anxiety, panic attacks

  • depression

  • relationship troubles and transitions

  • mindfulness and meditation coaching

After nearly a decade in corporate wellness and human resources, across diverse industries from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies, Kerry witnessed too many professionals struggling with stress and lacking the tools to cope.  As a former Type-A who glorified being busy herself, Kerry saw first hand the benefits of yoga and meditation on her mental and physical health.  In deciding to work more directly with her chronically stressed peers, Kerry completed her M.ED from DePaul University in Clinical Counseling while simultaneously graduating as a 200-level yoga instructor with CorePower Yoga.

In the following years, Kerry has practiced integrative counseling at private practices in Chicagoland before moving to Michigan. Always a student, Kerry has trained with renown mindfulness based psychologists Mary NurrieStearns, Donald Altman and Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar; leading yoga therapists Livia Budrys, Laura Jane Mellencamp, Francine Kelley, J J Gormley-Etchells, Mark Lilly, Ivy Katz and Tiffany Cruikshank; top mindfulness thought leaders Jim Dethmer, Roshi Joan Halifax, Rasmus Hougaard, Rich Fernandez, Mark Higbie and Michael Carroll; and innovative neurologists Richard Davidson and Dr. Leonard Cerullo.

With the integration of psychology, health coaching, yoga and meditation, Kerry’s clients see dramatic changes in their ability to handle life’s stressors, build deeper understanding of themselves and ultimately thrive in their lives.

Kerry's passion for well-rounded, science-based approaches to stress extends to her personal life as well. She enjoys reading, cycling, yoga, cooking, traveling, walking her dog, spending summer weekends on Lake Michigan and soaking up every minute with her son Cole, dog Nellie, and husband Nick in downtown Plymouth. 


Diane Morse
certified yoga therapist, yoga instructor, community health educator, cardiac health specialist

Areas of focus:

  • chronic pain

  • cardiac health

  • women’s health

  • chronic disease management

  • chronic disease recovery

  • mindfulness and meditation coaching

Diane has been teaching yoga since 2003. She is a certified yoga therapist through the International Association of Yoga Therapy, a registered yoga teacher at the 500 hour level with Yoga Alliance, and has completed a clinical yoga therapy externship at the Beaumont School of Yoga Therapy. Diane offers specialized expertise working within the areas of cancer care and cardiac care, having been trained in YCat Yoga (Yoga Therapy in Cancer and Chronic Illness) and Cardiac Yoga®. She has taken many workshops to enhance her teaching skills. Her teaching experience is varied, including medical settings, wellness centers, private groups and workshops. She has
a special interest in research and has collaborated with Karmanos, the University of Michigan and Oakland University.

In addition to working with individual and group clients at reset, Diane is currently on staff at Beaumont Royal Oak as a yoga therapist and teaches at Wellness Centers in the Dexter, Chelsea and Stockbridge. The objective of Diane’s teaching is to adapt to each individual’s needs in order to make yoga accessible to anyone and to make each person’s yoga experience a joyful one. She melds many styles of yoga, including hatha yoga, Viniyoga, gentle vinyasa and yin yoga into her teaching. Her goal is for her students to build inner and outer strength through awareness, breath and movement, in order to achieve calmness and resilience in their daily lives.

Diane is retired from a career as a cardiac educator at St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor, having obtained a degree in cardiovascular technology from Siena Heights University. When Diane is not teaching or practicing yoga, she enjoys knitting, spending time with her family, her dog Lexi and cat Misa, as well as running, biking and hiking.


Gail Solway
Certified Nutrition Specialist, MS Human Science, Registered Pharmacist, Kundalini Yoga Instructor

Areas of Focus:

  • functional nutrition counseling

  • ayurvedic nutritional counseling

  • prescription drug symptom management

  • mindfulness and meditation coaching

As a pharmacist for close to 40 years, Gail Solway has watched thousands of people struggle after being put on multiple medications for multiple symptoms, including new medications for side effects of their last medication. This led Gail to become one of the first practitioners in Michigan to certify through the Institute of Functional Medicine, a medical organization seeking to change the symptom/drug paradigm and look for root causes of problems. During the certification process, Gail began to fully understand the profound impact that eating foods that disrupt digestion and the gut microbiome is having on people’s health. This led her to obtain a Masters in Human Nutrition and become certified as a Clinical Nutrition Specialist. Now, helping people heal through nutrition has become a true passion.

In 2018, after 8 years of witnessing blocks many people have in sustaining nutritional and lifestyle change, Gail took it a step further by studying and certifying in Ayurveda and Kundalini yoga to help people truly optimize their health by learning how to balance the body, mind and soul. Gail is passionate about teaching people to use breath work and meditation to move through mental and physical blocks in sustaining nutritional, lifestyle and other desired change as well as other challenges that life may bring. This includes teaching people to meditate that have had previous blocks meditating!

Gail lives in Ann Arbor with her husband and pets. Her dog, Sonny, is a personality and often joins her as she visits her favorite healthy spots around town. If you see them, be sure to say “hi”.


Holly Vogtmann
yoga therapist, M.S. clinical counseling candidate, yoga instructor, kids yoga specialist

Areas of focus:

  • depression

  • anxiety

  • life adjustments 

  • women’s health

  • spine care + chronic pain

  • stress management

  • kids and teen yoga therapy

  • mindful interventions for athletes

  • mindfulness and meditation coaching

Holly took her first yoga class in 2001 during her last semester at Eastern Michigan University, while student teaching in an elementary school setting. She immediately fell in love with the practice and knew one day she would teach it. 

In 2006, Holly became certified through National Exercise Trainers Association and began teaching yoga.  From there, Holly continued to take and explore several types of yoga while also I was also working on her thesis for her Masters Degree in Physical Education Concentration in Pedagogy at this time. It was during her Master’s program when Holly became certified in Yoga Ed, which is for a yoga program for children. So inspired, her thesis for her Master’s Degree was "The Effects of Yoga on Children’s Self-Perceived Stress and Coping Abilities".

After finishing her Master’s, Holly continued to explore yoga and work on her yoga practice and certifications. In 2010, she became certified through Yoga Shelter and in 2011 she became certified through Yoga Medics as a Yoga Therapist, a program that is focuses on spinal care and alignment. 

Holly loves teaching yoga to all ages and ability levels. Yoga is more than a pose. It is about learning to surrender and accept where we are on and off the mat. Yoga has helped her learn how to manage stress and anxiety in her own life and believes in it's ability to meet ourselves with love and gratitude with each breath we take.