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"You cannot discover new oceans unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore."

~Andre Gide

Megan discovered yoga after many years of being hard on her body as a dancer and athlete when she began looking for more peace of mind and balance in her body. Yoga became a catalyst for healing and created a passion for sharing this practice with others. Her teaching style is a culmination of study in dance, various yoga styles, psychology, and anatomy. The infusion of the ancient yoga practice with a light-hearted, fun approach creates an environment where students can learn, grow, and thrive. Power Vinyasa is what you’ll typically experience with Megan along with slow, deep yin yoga postures in her more gentle classes. Having the opportunity to teach in different countries and experience hundreds of different studios, she has taken the best parts of each to create a fluid experience impacting a person as a whole. 


With a background in Interpersonal Communication and Psychology (BSc.), it was a smooth transition to study the mind in the context of yoga. Having over 1000 training hours has helped mold her knowledge into what she now offers through her services. Influenced most strongly by senior teachers such as Maty Ezraty, Annie Carpenter, Tiffany Cruikshank, and many others, she shares her deeply rooted teaching with passion. Her Diploma of Remedial Massage has contributed to her understanding of the human body and reinforces her teaching skills, and she continues to learn and grow through her recent studies to obtain a Bachelor's Degree of Psychology (Honors).


Megan’s experience translates into her classes through a deeply physical, mental, and spiritual experience founded on modern science and ancient yogic wisdom. Moving through each posture with a connection to breath, linking the mind and body, will give you space and clarity to find balance. As you consistently practice, subtle changes accumulate over time and allow you to come to a place you have mindfully cultivated. You will gain the guidence to develop self-care tools to support your daily life and find joy again.

As Lao Tzu says, “If you want to awaken all of humanity, then awaken all of yourself…Truly, the greatest gift you have to give is that of your own self-transformation.”