Meg began exploring yoga asana in 2000, although her meditation and contemplation practice started much earlier. She studied Iyengar, Ashtanga, Anusara, and Bikram traditions at studios across the U.S. while always cultivating a regular vinyasa practice. With support and encouragement from her husband, Meg completed her 200-hour certificate with Laurie Gallagher and Suzanna Spring in June 2014. A product of rural Upstate New York, Meg loves being outside, and rainy days. She earned a masters degree in Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology from North Carolina State University.
“I value informed alignment and listening to the breath. I approach the whole thing with a light, curious attitude. I encourage yogis to come to class prepared to breathe and prepared to be.”