Megan comes by her love of movement honestly - her mom was a professional body builder, so Megan was lifting weights and taking names from an early age. She played sports and trained as a spin instructor before an injury kicked her off the bike and led her to the mat. She's married to a personal trainer and loves to move for movement's sake, and feels like when she is truly tapped into what her body needs, an indescribable shift happens that opens her heart and her mind and completely drops her into the experience. Megan's practice is ever-evolving, and she's come to realize that while a handstand party is still really fun, her primary motivation for movement is to be able to hold babies and puppies and laundry baskets until the day she dies.
A registered nurse, Megan's training comes from Baptiste Yoga and the LIM 200-hour teacher training. She loves to play and explore and takes a good amount of her movement inspiration from her new baby, Jack - the way he sees the world keeps her wondering and has taught her how important play is in her practice. Class with Megan is always an adventure. Students can expect to explore movement from a place of curiosity and play, to break out of their comfort zones and be guided on a wild movement ride that will leave them feeling just plain good and connected in their bodies.
When Megan's not chasing after baby Jack, taking care of patients or exploring various movement modalities, you can probably find her nose buried in a book, chocolate bar in one hand, coffee in another. She loves to learn, and soaks up knowledge on all things whenever and wherever she can.