Season Wellness Team

Our staff is here to meet your needs, ease your mind, and help you live a life of full health.

Nan Sprouse, FNP-BC, FAAMM

Nan Sprouse is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and her Master of Science in Nursing degree from Carson Newman College. She has completed a fellowship in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine. Nan is a member of the Tennessee Nurses Association, American Nurses Association, Association for the Advancement of Restorative Medicine, American Academy of Anti-aging Medicine (A-4M), and the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS).

Nan’s credentials include several hundred hours of continuing education in the field of restorative medicine, as well as maintaining an active patient load at Seasons. However, her main accomplishments include thriving through out every stage of a woman’s life while overcoming breast cancer, thyroid cancer, and Lyme disease.

From her wisdom gained through education, experience, and adversity, she is motivated daily to help others heal and restore their bodies, as well as their soul and their spirit. These goals are accomplished using state of the art testing and cutting edge therapies. She cares for her patients with clinical expertise, kindness, and compassion.

When she is not busy working at Seasons, she can be found biking or walking the many beautiful pathways in Knoxville; playing with her 6 grandchildren, boating, gardening, cooking, or reading about the newest restorative therapies. She has been married for over 40 years and has 3 married sons and another who is engaged. She feels very blessed with her loving extended family not to mention the smartest, cutest, most talented grandchildren on the face of the earth!

Megan Roberts, Head RN, Wellness Coach

After losing a close family member to cancer in 2001 Megan became passionate about two things. First, finding alternatives to conventional western medicine and educating people about those options. Second, to help people die with comfort, dignity, and grace. She began her nursing career as a hospice nurse spending seven years attending to the terminally ill and their families. After the arrival of her son, she spent two years working telephone triage and taking a year-long health coaching course. Megan came to Seasons Wellness three years ago as an experienced nurse and also a wellness coach. Her passion continues for advocating for her patients and their optimal quality of life.

Christie Bethel, RN, Infusion Nurse

Kirby Vineyard, Client Services Manager

Kirby joined the Seasons Wellness team in 2015. She is a Knoxville native and graduated from the University of Tennessee. Health has always been an important part of her life and she loves that she now works for a company that is at the forefront of Wellness.  In her free time, Kirby enjoys hiking, snow skiing, and spending summers at the lake.

Jane Williams, Client Services Manager

Jane joined the Seasons Wellness team in 2010.  She and her husband Keith have one daughter, Carly, and they reside in Knoxville.  After graduating from the University of Tennessee, Jane had a 20 year career in commercial interior design as well as helping her husband manage his retail tool business.  After their daughter went off to college, she joined the Seasons team because of her special interest in whole body wellness. In her free time, Jane enjoys most outdoor activities, especially involving Norris Lake.

Carolyn Burris, Nutritionist

Carolyn Burris, an east Tennessee native, earned her Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Community and Public Health Nutrition at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Her passion for helping those with nutritional needs brought her to Seasons after nine years as a stay-at-home mom to her two children. Carolyn particularly loves encouraging those struggling with food intolerance, obesity, fibromyalgia, and fatigue.

Carrie Malkmus, Nutritionist


Carrie Malkmus earned her master’s degree in Nutrition from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in 2001. She became a Certified LEAP Therapist after being diagnosed with Lyme disease and discovering first-hand how food sensitivities can inhibit the healing process and symptom management. Her passion is to help others with their nutritional needs to overcome food sensitivities, gut health issues, and gain optimal health.  Her love for functional medicine brought her to Seasons for not only her own healing journey, but to help others along the way.  When she is not at Seasons, she is busy raising five children and supporting her husband with the family business.  She enjoys stand-up paddle boarding, hiking, weight training, yoga, relaxing in the sauna, and researching functional nutrition topics.

Jill Morse, RN

As a nurse and avid runner, I’ve always been interested in health, nutrition, and exercise. Seasons has been a wonderful place to help encourage people to reach their full potential.