Faculty—Kay Corpus, MD, PSC
Kay Corpus, MD, PSC, is a family physician specializing in Integrative and Functional Medicine as well as is a 200-hour registered yoga teacher. She completed family medicine residency at Penn State Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown, PA, the two-year Integrative Medicine fellowship with the renowned Andrew Weil, MD at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine and functional medicine training with the Institute of Functional Medicine with Mark Hyman, MD.
Her approach to medicine involves uncovering the true root cause of illness and disease. She and her patients work together to illuminate how pathology occurs as a result of physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual imbalances. She specializes in adrenal fatigue, hormone imbalance, thyroid disorder, anxiety/depression, allergies/food sensitivities, gastrointestinal disorders, sleep disorder,and women’s health. She founded the Center for Integrative Medicine and The Yoga Loft in Henderson and Owensboro, KY where she guides patients to whole health transformation.
Kay has practiced yoga for nearly 18 years and has taught yoga since 2007. She studied with the Baptiste Power Yoga Institute as well as Vinyasa Yoga with Sarah Gingrich and Lisa Taylor in Pennsylvania. She teaches weekly yoga classes in Henderson and Owensboro and is currently co-leading the Transforming Health with Yoga-Leading the Change Through Personal Development & Community Empowerment 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training Program.