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Elements Staff

Kolbi McKenzie


I was born and raised a Wyomingite. I love being in the sun but also love hanging out, having coffee and enjoying the solitude of my home. I have worked in the medical field for over 25 years in the areas of Gynecology, Emergency Medicine and Hospice where I was certified in Grief/ Bereavement Education. I have found my calling in the wellness world with an infuses on Grief Education, Centering Healthcare and Mindful Meditation. I believe that whole body wellness is more than just exercise, it is practicing mindfulness and having a peaceful soul. I studied health care administration at Bryan and Stratton University. I am currently studying Foot Zoning, reflexology, and Muscle Testing at Enlighten Academy. I hope to be a “Life Long” learner and hope to see you all working on your own wellness at Elements Wellness Center.

Carol Iverson 


Carol Iverson was born in NYC, raised on Long Island, NY.  She got her engineering degree from Duke University in North Carolina, worked briefly for Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company in Virginia before moving to Wyoming where she worked for PacifiCorp’s Dave Johnston and Jim Bridger power plants for a little over 30 years as a project engineer.  Carol was never a big fan of conventional medicine and so was on the look-out for alternatives whenever health issues came around.  

Carol and her husband had a cat who developed asthma.  Not knowing any other choices, her cat was treated with steroids (the conventional treatment).  In time, the steroids compromised the cat’s pancreas leading to diabetes. When the cat’s diabetes could not be brought into control with conventional treatment, Carol did some research and learned cats were obligate carnivores meaning, they are meant to only eat meat.  She and her husband switched the cat to an all meat, raw meat diet. Within 2 months the diabetes was gone and the asthma was in remission.  

Also during this time, Carol experienced a stroke as a complication from then undiagnosed atrial fibrillation; which thrust her into the conventional medical system.  The experience was most unpleasant. Fortunately, she came through the experience mostly unscathed; which she believed was a gift to be made use of. Upon reflecting on her experience and after seeing the success in treating her cat, Carol wanted to learn more about treating human conditions with diet.  So she went back to school and completed her doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, AZ. She is now ready to help others find their path and explore their options in their healing journeys.

Two roads diverged in a wood and I - I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.  –Robert Frost

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Lynn Young


My name is Lynn and I am a certified phlebotomy technician, certified Yoga instructor and also assistant manager here at Elements .  I found my way to Elements Wellness Center two years ago looking for a way to heal the body and mind using a holistic approach. Working here has been a life changing experience and has taught me a whole new approach to healing and pain management. Watching the results of what a holistic approach can do for people has been one of the most rewarding parts of being a part of the Elements family.

Cassandra Vincelette


I have been a practitioner of yoga for over 10 years and received my 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher certification in 2019. As an avid trail/mountain runner who enjoys taking on the occasional ultramarathon, yoga has helped me prevent injuries. It has also been crucial in helping me maintain positive mental health and handle the stresses that come with being a School Counselor. I enjoy incorporating yoga philosophy into my classes with a focus on alignment. I believe yoga is about healing and transformation. Yoga changes you which in turn changes your life. 

Darian Williams  A.K.A. Chef D

My name is Darian Williams, I'm 24 and currently work at Elements Integrative Wellness Center as a personal trainer and TRX instructor. Along with being a fitness fanatic, and a nutritionist in the making, I am also a chef. I earned my associates degree from esteemed Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts in December of 2019.
My current goal is to help elevate lives in a reasonable fashion. Being healthy can be very difficult, especially if you do not have a big income. I want to help individuals live a healthier life without breaking the bank.

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Kristen Bolling


Kristen Bolling FNP-C, MS Ed, BSN,  RN is certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners as a Family Nurse Practitioner. She received her Master’s degree in Nursing Education from Excelsior College and her FNP certificate from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, CO. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Northern Arizona University.  She is a very well-rounded provider with experience in a wide variety of healthcare settings including; mental health, addiction medicine, emergency department/urgent care, combat medic in the U.S. Army, health/wellness and primary care.  She is very proactive in providing the most up-to-date treatment options and is passionate about preventative medicine. 


Kristen was raised in Evanston, WY and currently resides in Sheridan, WY. She enjoys spending time with her family, being outdoors and traveling. 

Kristine May

Kristine May, BSHS, NTP is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, receiving her certification through the Nutritional Therapy Association based out of Seattle, WA. She has a Bachelor of Science in Health Science, as well as an Associate’s degree in Health Information Technology. She worked for six years at the West Clinic, a world renowned integrative wellness clinic where she worked as a Nutritional Therapist and Practice Manager. Because she believes in continual education, she is currently studying emotional mastery and mindfulness and believes the mind/body connection is so crucial to optimal health and healing.

Kristine is grateful to be a part of the Elements team. It is important to like what you do. She appreciates optimal nutrition and the transformation she has seen in her own health and others. She loves the relationships she forms with team members and clients alike. Kristine knows that the future is bright for Elements Integrative Wellness Center and is eager to be a part of it all!

Jakob Burdette


One of the new TRX trainers and aspiring smoothie expert, I enjoy working at Elements and find myself having an elevated mood when I am around my co-workers and within our pristine environment.

Teonna Windom


My name is Teonna Windom. I graduate high school in the next year. I work the front desk at elements. I'm a certified TRX instructor and I can't wait to see you at elements!

Katie Samz


Katie Samz is a Colorado Native who  is now specializing in TRX fitness and health coaching. Katie's passion comes from an understanding that physical and mental wellness are completely parallel, to focus on the body requires work on the mind and soul as well. She is a photographer and outdoor enthusiast.

Cielee Sweets


Hi my name is Cielee Sweets. My job at Elements is Front office attendant and special projects.

I am 15 years old and the youngest member of the Elements Team.  I was born and raised in Rock Springs Wyoming. I am currently attending Rock Springs High School in my Sophomore year. I enjoy being in the sun! I spend as much time as I can on the water in the summer, I also enjoy riding my dirt bike . In the winter I love snowboarding and playing in the snow and I always enjoy hanging out with my puppy Trouble.

Emma Curtis


My name is Emma Curtis. I am the floor manager, hydro-therapist, and TRX instructor of Elements. I am a Freshman at WWCC and I have my own chocolate covered strawberry business. Lastly, I compete in horse shows with my horse Lizzie.

Evelyn Hay


Evelyn is a Rock Springs native who loves spending time with family and friends and has come to enjoy the pleasures of living in a smaller town. She has always been fueled by exercise and nutrition and has recently become intrigued with the power of holistic healing. She is currently attending school to become an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach. As an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Evelyn will be able to help clients discover what feeds their individual needs on and off the plate for a healthier and happier life. After being a stay-at-home mom for six years, Evelyn is looking forward to becoming more involved with Elements and is grateful for the opportunity to help guide others on their health journeys.

Mandy Jarvis

Mandy is currently the medical director at Elements. She worked as a nurse for 15 years in a variety of settings prior to becoming a nurse practitioner. Since becoming a nurse practitioner she has worked at the pain clinic as well.   

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Kailyn Cook


My name is Kailyn and I am born and raised in Wyoming. I have been practicing yoga off and on for the last 15 years. I received my 200 yoga teacher training from Seek yoga in Laramie last year. 

I am currently going to school to be a Counselor with a concentration in Interpersonal Neurobiology from Southwestern College. I love studying the brain and finding ways to help heal the damage caused by trauma which I incorporate this love into my practice. I specialize in trauma yoga which means I incorporate modalities into the practice that disengages the fight or flight response, creates a space so the client feels safe and secure in their bodies, and calm the nervous system. Yoga is so much more than just movement to me, it's an incredible modality that does so much healing for the nervous system, body, and mind. I can't wait to share my practice with this community. 

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Paula Stanley

My journey to wellness started many years ago in the early 2000's.  Even though I had a degree in business, I realized once out working in the world, I had a strong desire to help others in their career development or daily motivation.  In 2004, during one of my most stressful positions as an office manager, I was diagnosed with a life-threatening dis-ease that was only curable in Western Medicine with a severe Chemotherapy protocol that might very well alter my life.  I declined and started researching other methods of cure.  I took a holistic approach to healing myself and through therapies anchored in holistic practice alongside supported and complete cellular detox with food and supplements, I am cured!  Since 2006, this is exactly what I am passionate about when helping others live their best lives and heal from the "inside out" naturally.

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Sandi Carter

Sandi Carter is Elements Wellness’s resident hippie.  A licensed sound & tuning fork healer, she offers monthly sound baths, drum circles and other healing modalities that use vibration to assist clients in their healing journey.  Sandi possesses a vast knowledge of alternative healing methods that involve all the senses.  She is here to teach about chakras, crystals & stones,  earthing, oils, incense, sage, candles, the power of manifesting, journaling, herbal yoni steams and how to work with the different cycles of the moon. Integrating these methods of healing with the other services offered at Elements Integrative Wellness Center creates a complete wellness plan unique to each person.


Dr. John Patrick – 

Medical Director


Dr. Carol Iverson –

Naturopathic Medicine


Kolbi McKenzie -

C-CHE, Centering Healthcare Educator

Bereavement/ Grief Education

Mindful Connections / Meditation

Kristen Bolling -


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