Meet the Hamsa Meditation Center Team

What does it take to make all this happen? Amazing people that’s what.


Caren Prentice, Founder, Teacher, and Teacher Trainer

These words pass my lips often, "I don't stress." If meditation has taught me anything, it's how to recognize stress as it's beginning and nip it in the bud. That's what I bring to our team. We keep the stress out and the joy in. The result? An "A-List" team that fills my heart with gratitude and joy.





April Holt-Geiger, Creative Director and Carrier of Our Ethos

Whether it's helping create a cozy, safe, warm, and welcoming, "feel" for our  retreats, or going through copy and graphics to make sure we're keeping the "feel" of everything we want our center to be, or taking care of all the details for events and workshops, April, who prefers to be in the background, is our "go to" person if we want something done and want it done with heart and warmth.





Darcey Bone, Virtual Assistant & Master Organizer

Being of service to Caren, the Hamsa Team, and our sangha is at the heart of Darcey's job.  You'll find her keeping the website current, preparing the newsletter and making sure everyone has their links for classes.  Darcey's an indispensable resource to both her team and Caren's students.  If you have questions about something going on at Hamsa, Darcey has the answers.  And if she doesn't know, she'll find out for you.




Char Sproul, Handler of All the Details for Essential Things You'll Rarely See

Every organization needs a person who’s on top of the details and that’s Char’s wheelhouse. Yes, she’s amazing with Quickbooks, and she’s on top of deadlines, and she can find the folder with exactly what you need in a heartbeat. Most importantly though, she is all about quick response time when it comes to taking care of any of your needs!  Oh, and did I mention she’s smart, forthright, and loves animals? A gem all around.




Lisa, Web 'Make-It-Happen' Extraordinaire

Calm, easy, and fun to work with, Lisa is the backbone of our team. Her ability to listen and think “outside the code” to solve our needs within budget is amazing. She’s upbeat and positive and makes miraculous things happen with the words, “Let me think about that and I’ll get back to you.”