Meet Lacey Ingrao...
Lacey holds a Master's degree in Transpersonal Psychology, with a concentration in Eco-psychology from Naropa University. As an Eco-psychologist her breadth of knowledge includes nature-based therapies, edible landscape creation, transitions and rites of passage, and mindfulness in Nature. In addition to connecting with nature, Lacey has been sharing the practice of Yoga since 2007 and has maintained a personal practice since 2000. She credits the practice of yoga as the catalyst for a life in alternative forms of health, wellness and food access.
Lacey’s commitment to working within non-profit organizations and underserved communities has led her in many dynamic directions, professionally and personally. She is Secretary for the board of Michigan Horticultural Therapy Association (MHTA) and represents the board of Farmer Veteran Coalition of Michigan. Her day jobs include Programs Manager at Michigan Food and Farming Systems (MIFFS), Yoga Instructor, and Farmer at Bee Wise Farms. At the farm, Lacey, along with her partner, keep bees and produce honey products in addition to sustainably grown vegetables and cut flowers. Along with this, Lacey is responsible for management of the sensory garden and healing space. Although Lacey is originally from California, she is frequently known to say, she is smitten for the mitten.
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