Prasada is an evolution in workplace wholebeing that springs from our unique backgrounds in business, human resources, health and wellness, design, story telling and communications.
As business and human resource professionals, we engage people so they are fully absorbed by and enthusiastic about their work to take positive action to further the organization’s success.
As health professionals, we teach practices that calm the mind for optimal work and joy.
As architects and designers, we pursue beauty, comfort and delight in the physical spaces around us.
As storytellers and communicators, we share what matters, listen loudly and connect and collaborate with each workplace culture.
Now, we combine these talents in a holistic approach to workplace wholebeing for our clients.
If you’re committed to the health and productivity of your employees and organization, we’re a match. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Meet the Team
With Prasada, Alice and her team create 360 degrees of workplace wholebeing. Drawing on her backgrounds in architecture, exhibit design, story telling, human resources, yoga and mindfulness she brings ease and beauty to the workplace, often finding simple, elegant approaches to solve intractable challenges. She works closely with HR professionals and the executive team to design programs and policies that fit their corporate cultures while providing real and measurable improvements.
Clients are unanimous in their praise of Alice’s commitment to helping them solve problems. Her corporate professionalism helps even the starchiest lawyer or accountant feel comfortable trying yoga or meditation techniques to relieve daily stresses in ways that integrate with their busy schedules.
Current Favorite Book:
Presence: Bringing Your Boldest Self to Your Biggest Challenges
Liz Calabrese focuses on creating built environments that connect us to nature and natural systems and processes to promote human and environmental health and well-being.
LIz is a licensed architect and LEED-AP (certified in green building design and construction) and has been the principal architect for Calabrese Architects, Inc. for over 20 years. She has been teaching biophilic and ecological design at the University of Vermont since 2011, where she also received a Masters of Science with a project titled, The Architecture of Healing: Designing Hope for the 21st Century.
As an experienced instructor of mindfulness, yoga, Pilates, meditation and an interior painting contractor and amateur indoor and outdoor gardener, Christopher Coan has been creating physical, educational and emotional environments that have reached people of all backgrounds for over 20 years. His teachings are influenced by martial arts study, Buddhism and various alternative healing modalities.
He creates comfortable, engaging environments to support the whole being using all the tools available to support his students to optimize their mental and physical health.
Additionally he has a background as a designer in the fashion field with his own line of yoga clothing using sustainable materials.Recent Blog Posts:
Meg Townsend has been doing yoga since high school when she convinced her gym teacher that her time was best spent learning yoga rather than fumbling around on the basketball court. Always a unique and bold spirit, she has created a life for herself as a teacher of ancient wisdom for modern living.
She has over 10 years of experience working in the holistic wellness world, including teaching and practicing Reiki, Yoga, Ayurveda, and Meditation. Her teachers, Yogarupa Rod Stryker and Panditji Rajmani Tigunait, inspire her to share the light of her practice with the world.
In addition to being a senior teacher at Prasada, she co-teaches the yoga teacher training at Amrita Yoga, and hand-crafts yoga retreats to some of the most beautiful places on Earth as a founder and partner of Aluna Adventures.