Megan’s practice and teaching is rooted in the heartfelt belief that yoga is simply a good thing. Her practice began by accident nearly twenty years ago during the deep dark freeze of a Chicago winter. After stumbling blindly into an Iyengar yoga class in hopes of eluding the freeze, it was revealed to her that ‘living is much easier if you breathe whilst doing it.’ Over a decade and half later she is still trying to figure that one out, yet she practices every day and has found life easier.
Megan completed the Teacher Training at The Yoga Tree in San Francisco in 2005, has studied pre-natal yoga with Jane Austin and anatomy with Ellen Heed. She is inspired by and continues to learn from the teachings of Sri Dharma Mitra, Judith Hanson Lasater, Dr. Timothy McCall, Don Stapleton, Liz Koch, and her dear friend Les Leventhal. But most of all, Megan is eternally grateful for her students, who allow her to blend all those teachers’ teachings into something she calls yoga, and for her son who truly is her Teacher!
Megan’s classes are filled with love and humor, sometimes silence and now and again a little Led Zeppelin. Come one, come all, do some yoga, find some ease. For more information, visit Megan’s website.