Meet the Team

Wendi Young is the owner of Young Wellness LLC. She is a 2018 graduate of Massage Therapy program at Piedmont Technical College. Wendi is a SC Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT). She is member of the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP) and American Massage Therapist Association (AMTA).

Wendi’s massage technique reduces muscle tension and pain, as well as promotes relaxation. She enjoys creating a custom massage using a variety of modalities to meet the needs of her clients. She works the entire body and is sure to work any specific areas of concern with the knowledge that everything in the body is connected.

Wendi’s therapy has helped people relieve the pain of injuries, stress, body discomfort, as well as maintain good bodily and mental health.

In 2021, Wendi completed two health coaching certifications through Dr. Sears Wellness Institute enabling her to work as a certified health coach with Adults & Seniors as well as Families to help them live healthier, more fulfilling lifestyles.

Freyia Osterwald is a licensed and board-certified massage therapist. She graduated in 2000 from the Elisabeth Dicke school of massage/physical therapy, in Mainz, Germany. She worked at various clinics performing specified types of massages and bodywork until 2006. Upon relocating back to the U.S. in 2006, Freyia has been practicing in the upstate.

 Freyia enjoys learning and continuing to develop her skills to better help her clients. She likes to customize and personalize each massage to her client's needs in order to help reach their optimal physical and mental health. Whether it be for relaxation, pain management, injury, stress, or anxiety, she finds it rewarding to help others feel better. She specializes in various techniques such as Swedish, trigger point, neuro muscular, lymphatic drainage, prenatal, light stretching and mobilization.

 When Freyia isn’t at work she likes to be outdoors and enjoys camping, gardening, spending time with her family, and pets as well as traveling.

Patrick "JP" Mosley graduated from the Center for Massage & Natural Health in Asheville, North Carolina in 2011. Since then, he has completed training as an integrative health coach with Duke Integrative Medicine and been certified as a tai chi instructor by the Tai Chi for Health Institute and Functional Aging Institute. He is a member of the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP), as well as the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC).

Through the International Board of Christian Care, he has been recognized as a board-certified master mental health coach with a specialization in addiction and recovery.

JP believes in integrating massage therapy as one component into a whole-person view of your health. Depending on the client's need, his work may focus on relaxation, mobility, or stress and pain management. He is particularly interested in helping clients to manage long-term effects of trauma and injury. As an oncology-trained massage therapist, all of his work can be adapted to serve clients in all stages of a cancer journey from diagnosis to remission.

Crystal Collins, a Licensed Massage Therapist, is a proud graduate of the Carolina School of Massage and Wellness in Greenville, SC. She holds membership with the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals. Prior to her journey into massage therapy, Crystal served as a Nationally Registered Emergency Technician, responding to 911 calls in Abbeville and Anderson Counties.

Crystal’s intuitive understanding of her clients’ needs fuels her passion for helping people discover newfound movement, achieve pain relief, and experience relaxation. Her approach to massage is an integrated one, tailored to each client’s unique needs. Whether it’s a soothing Swedish massage, deep tissue work, or a blend of treatments, Crystal’s goal is to use her healing touch to alleviate pain, promote relaxation, ease tension, and enhance circulation.

A firm believer in the importance of self-care, Crystal often says, “You cannot pour from an empty cup.” She sees her work as a way to help clients manage everyday stresses and maintain their well-being.

Away from her massage table, Crystal cherishes time spent with her family and finds joy in gardening. As a mother to four grown children and a grandmother, or “Mimi”, to three wonderful grandchildren, family is at the heart of her life.

Amy Alley is a special education teacher, author, freelance writer and artist. She has practiced yoga for more than 20 years and received her 200-hour YTT in October of 2023. Her preferred styles to both practice and teach are gentle yoga, restorative yoga and yin. She believes in yoga as a daily necessity for wellness, whether it is through asanas, breathwork or meditation. She lives in Greenwood, SC with her son, Eric, who is a freshman in college. She is a columnist for the Index Journal and also writes for SO Lakelands Magazine. Her beginner’s yoga class will provide a supportive, welcoming environment to anyone who is looking to give yoga a try as well as those who enjoy more gentle practice.

Kim Norvell was introduced to yoga for the first time in February 2011 by a roller derby teammate. After years of wanting to try yoga, she finally agreed to attend a class. It was exactly what she needed to balance out her Type A personality and passion for a female aggressive sport. She quickly discovered that a regular Power Yoga practice not only suited her physically, but transformed her mental state as well, allowing her to find a more peaceful and loving way of life.

In 2012, Kim completed her 200 Hour Teacher Training at Savannah Power Yoga, and from there went on to complete Baptiste Certification as well as reaching her goal of becoming an E-RYT 500 Yoga Teacher. She has taught many classes over the past ten years as she believes strongly in sharing the power of movement, breath, and mindfulness. It changed her life for the better, and it can do the same for you. Kim is looking forward to getting to know all of the current (and future) Yogis here!

Fun facts: Kim loves sunshine, renovating old homes, and spending time with her people and two Dobermans!

Megan Saylors is a Pilates Instructor, Dance/Movement Therapist (DMT) and dance teacher who specializes in using mind-body connection and movement to promote wellness in the body. Megan is passionate about helping others feel their very best in their own bodies! Megan has been teaching Pilates classes for groups and individuals for over 5 years and is skilled in teaching a variety of experience levels. Especially people who may be checking out Pilates for the first time!

Megan is a Greenwood native who is returning to the area after living in Chicago for 10 years. She is excited about bringing the many benefits of Pilates to Uptown Greenwood! In Chicago, she received her MA in Dance/Movement Therapy (DMT) from Columbia College Chicago while teaching private Pilates lessons for all levels. She is an interdisciplinary artist who continues to teach dance and mind-body wellness at local (Emerald City Dance Explosion) and collegiate (Columbia College, SC) levels as well as perform with two SC-based dance companies (Moving Bodies and Columbia Repertory).

Megan is thrilled to combine her love of movement and passion for human wellness through Pilates. Let’s move together!