You must train your intuition – you must trust the small voice inside you which tells you exactly what to say, what to decide. – Ingrid Bergman I feel there are two people inside me – me and my intuition. If I go against her, she’ll screw me every time, and if I...
Have you ever wondered why one type of yoga practice benefits one person and wreaks havoc on someone else? You are not alone. We are multi-faceted, complex, fascinating creatures and we all need to take different approaches to health and wellness. That’s where yoga therapy comes in.
In the busy, highly stimulating world we live in today, finding physical stillness, let alone mental stillness, is almost impossible. We have grown accustomed to a world of instant gratification and shortcuts, and sometimes bring these expectations to our mats.
Even if our minds were capable of doing 10 things at once, our bodies cannot keep up. More and more people are turning to yoga for relief from stressful, chaotic lives. In particular, they’re turning to Yin and Restorative Yoga.
There is always so much more to learn. My purse is always unnecessarily heavy because I will never leave the house without at least one tome to page through at any free moment I can find. Here is a list of my most cherished books that have made the biggest impact on my yoga practice, my teaching and my life. Enjoy, yogis!
hi, i’m meghan
Thanks for stopping by! I am a yoga therapist, yoga teacher, Yin teacher trainer, and ayurvedic health counselor, based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. These practices are my dharma, my calling in life, and my goal is to use them to help others live more healthy and balanced lives.