Megan is a creative vinyasa and thoughtful movement teacher who emphasizes the mind/body connection. Teaching vinyasa, yin and restorative, she integrates alignment and functional flow throughout her classes and always includes meditation and/or breath work.
She has a combined degree in kinesiology, business and leadership. As a yoga teacher for over 15 years, she first entered the world of yoga via meditation more than 25 years ago. She has more than 6,000 teaching hours under her belt as a E-RYT and a 500-hour graduate of Yoga Medicine. She is a certified Yoga Medicine Registered Therapeutic Specialist and Yoga Alliance continuing education provider. She is specifically trained in myofascial release work, Thai massage, mindfulness-based meditation, yoga for traumatic brain injury resilience and mixed martial arts practice.
She offers classes to all ages at her studio Ebb & Flow in metro-Atlanta and is proud to be a part of the Yoga Medicine teaching faculty. A recovering triathlete herself, Megan enjoys working with athletes, aging bodies with injuries and is specifically creating classes and curriculum for firefighters and other first responders, where she explores the ability to use yoga, meditation and breath work to build mental wellness in typically sleep deprived, chronic stress sufferers.
In this episode we discuss:
Megan's daily practices
How Megan and her husband are helping first responders with their physical and mental wellbeing
Megan's tips for living a longer, healthier, happier and more joyful life.
Plus much much more
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