Megan started practicing yoga in 2002 as a way to build strength that would support her other athletic pursuits. Over time, yoga offered her a way to heal from the injuries that continued to pop-up through intense sports. She soon discovered yoga offered not only a way to recover from and avoid injuries, but helped her to understand the intricacies of her body and how to stay healthy. With regular practice and a growing interest in breath-work and meditation, she has come to value the ways in which yoga can offer physical and mental calm.
Megan has brought this understanding to her teaching style which combines subtlety and ease with a focus on strength, flexibility and alignment. Her goal when teaching is to leave students feeling better, in the way that is right for their body. She has an informal approach that encourages students to have fun and laugh along the way.
Her other passion being outdoors and Megan has been working to introduce the benefits of yoga to fellow outdoor adventures through yoga classes designed for trampers and yoga on stand up paddle-board classes.
Megan is a Registered Yoga Teacher through the international Yoga Alliance. She has completed an RYT-500, through Byron Yoga Centre. Many teachers have inspired Megan and offered insights along the way, including Kelly Fisher, Lynda Miers-Henneveld, and the Yoga Synergy style created by Simon Borg-Olivier and Bianca Machliss.