Hi I’m Sarah, the Registered Occupational Therapist here at The Hammock. Just a little history about me…I fell into the career of OT by unexpected good fortune, I was thinking of pursuing a career as a doctor or nurse, but someone told me a little about OT. I decided that sounded like fun. So here I am with over twenty years of OT experience, which is the coolest job around and still having lots of fun. I have worked many places, enjoyed each one, and have always come out with unique experiences that enrich my OT skills.
I obtained my degree through Eastern Michigan University with much determination and motivation; as it took me 6 hours on a daily basis to get to the university and back home to Lowell, Michigan on a good day. I needed to study and complete homework, and as well, taking care of family and household duties on top of driving and attending classes. This gives you a little insight on my dedication I give to the individuals that come to The Hammock.
I have had extensive training outside which include conferences, workshops, and certification trainings, and will continue expand my expertise by participating in the latest and most update education to insure the best of quality. Some of my credentials and specialties are:
So much for the professional stuff, let me tell you the fun stuff. First of all, I love to be barefoot and stick my feet in the sand. I also love to be outdoors when the weather is good, but also enjoy life's little perks like pedicures, massages, an chocolate. I have a great husband named David, who is a pilot and likes to ride motorcycles; and two awesome children who have greatly inspired my life.
Hi, there! My name is David. I enjoy working in the product, design and assembly at The Hammock.
I also manage the building and ground maintenance, and keeping the equipment maintained.
I love to read educational, business, and investment books. I also enjoy sitting by the fireplace, which is a great place for me to learn and relax.
I am a licensed pilot who enjoys flying. It is a great skill and privilege to be able to have the freedom to fly anywhere in the states. The Lowell Airport 24C is conveniently located near The Hammock. If you need transportation to get to the facility from your home, I could be your pilot; or need to be picked up from the Lowell airport, no problem, we could do that too.
I like to ride motorcycles, and enjoy going out for an evening ride with one of my two children or my wife, and stop somewhere for a diet coke. This gives us time to talk and connect.
I also love to fly out to get some dinner or lunch at different places. Learning about aviation is a great experience, as it is a constant learning curve to sharpen my skills.
Hello, my name is Melissa. I am the Business Administrative Assistant at The Hammock LLC. Basically my duties are to clean up any ’messes’ made by the others. I am single and loving it! Being single has given me the opportunity to travel a bit. I enjoy cruising in the Caribbean. I have been to both the eastern and western parts of our nation. I have recently been on two Mission trips to Brazil. In case it is not obvious I love to travel! I look forward to traveling every chance I get.
I recently went back to college and finished my BA in Business Management. I enjoy working with the young children in my church. In my down time I like to read books and do things with my family. I dream of sitting on a sandy white beach in a hammock in the shade, while sipping on some fruit punch and eating chocolate.
I am a Physical Therapist who enjoys being active and encouraging others in their pursuits
My personal interests include cycling, running, skiing,gardening and basically anything that can be enjoyed with my family in
Yoga is a lifelong practice that helps keep me on the path to optimal well being, a path that I enjoy sharing with others.
My name is Jennifer Spiece, I am a home-school mother of three boys. I live in Saranac, Mi. in the country with my family, 3 dogs and 6 chickens.
I found hoop dance a little over 2 years ago with my niece and fell in love with the movement and play of the hoop. I now find joy in not only hooping for my own enjoyment but also teaching others how to hoop. I have taught hoop classes for my homeschool co-op, public school gym classes, summer camps, festival workshops and exercise classes for adults.
Liz Fulsher, E-RYT: Liz has began teaching yoga in 2001. She has continually advanced her knowledge of alignment, meditation and yoga therapy over her 15 years of experience, studying with many of the most renown teachers.
Liz holds an associates degree in Radiologic Technologies, which compliments her teachings with strong understanding of anatomy and skeletal alignment. Dedicated to creating a safe environment for “all bodies”,
Liz brings a playful attitude encouraging everyone to ﬁnd joy and freedom in the moment. Liz is a wife and mother to 2 young men. She has recently moved to the area and is looking forward getting to know the community.