May 2nd, 2019 @6:30PM
Workshop Brewing Co, Traverse City, MI
Julie is the executive director with TART Trails, and is responsible for day-to-day administration, trail planning and development, maintenance, and fundraising efforts. She most recently led Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation’s Greenway Planning & Development Division in Charlotte, North Carolina where she was responsible for the design and development of over 35 miles of urban trail. Julie, her husband Bill and two girls live near downtown Traverse City and use the TART Trail system for work and play.
Singer/songwriter Aaron Dye has been leading the band Turbo Pup since 2015. Residing somewhere between genres, their music hops around within their band arrangements, making stops at rock, funk, jazz, folk and gypsy swing-fueled stew for which Turbo Pup is known. Almost 100% their original music. Most folks don’t know that Aaron I also a skilled glass blower.
“Making music for me has been authenticity in expression and homegrown original material written. It’s not about fame or fortune, it’s just in my blood, a function of my nature.”
An authenticity advocate and mother of two, Lindsay is a therapist, singer, writer and speaker. She is a lover of the outdoors and an essential oils enthusiast. Lindsay’s counseling practice, Live True Counseling, offers individual counseling services in Traverse City, MI. A recent TEDx Traverse City Pitch finalist, Lindsay’s writing appeared in Jan/Feb 2019 issue of Grand Traverse Woman Magazine where she also served as the featured speaker. In January of 2019, she directed the State Honors Choir at the Michigan Music Conference in Grand Rapids and laterally served as a highlighted speaker at the Self, Love Beauty Teen Conference in Traverse City.
“Walking alongside people on their journey while cheering them on as they discover and clarify their truth is my life’s PASSION. I empower and inspire so others can live the life they want — and I can’t get away from it.”
Chief Tuller grew up in Mayfield as the son of a Firefighter on 100 acres of family property. Graduated in 1979 from Kingsley High School with 39 other students. Volunteered with Kingsley Fire Department from 1980 – 1990. Hired by the City of Traverse City Fire Department in April of 1990. He worked his way up through the ranks from Firefighter, EMT Basic, EMT Specialist, EMT Paramedic, Lieutenant-Training Officer and Suppression Shift Captain. Promoted to Chief of Department in June 2008.
Erica has been a Licensed Massage Therapist since 2002. She has since completed coursework to become certified in myofascial release, oncology massage and scar tissue mobilization, trigger point therapy, and lymphatic drainage. Erica roots her practice in a knowledge and understanding of anatomy, physiology, and kinesiology. A deeper intuition often helps in guiding her to make positive changes in clients’ bodies. She sees a variety of clients, including cancer patients, individuals with chronic pain or edema, and people that just need to de-stress and relax. She works as an independent practitioner at the Cowel Cancer Center in Traverse City. Erica loves being outdoors, reading, doing mama stuff, watching films, crafting, and lifting weights!
I feel honored to provide people with a safe place to be present with their physical bodies, and allow the release of chronic pain and stresses from everyday life, illness or emotional distress.
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