Meaghan is a Registered Yoga Teacher and a Certified Grief Edu-Therapy Specialist, with a
Bachelors in Health Sciences. Looking to shift away from the field of Addictions and Mental
Health Counselling, after being a Supportive Housing Caseworker, she began to explore other
avenues of being able to offer support to people in times of difficulty and hardship. In 2018, she
completed training to become a Certified Grief Edu-Therapy Specialist, fuelling her desire to
help individuals who have experienced significant loss, abuse or other trauma. She understands
and wants to share the power that comes with freeing the self from a sense of isolation and
painful and conflicting feelings. She believes this can be achieved through an understanding of
emotionally helpful and liberating exercises. After completing the Grief Edu-Therapy program,
Meaghan began to see a correlation between individuals suffering with grief and trauma, and
how if left unaddressed, it can create a debilitating, stagnant energy within the body.
Curious about learning to find balance and peace within the mind, body and spirit, Meaghan
began to explore an interest in Yoga. She has always had an interest in movement and flow,
being involved in many activities and sports from a young age. She understands the profoundly
positive impact that movement can have on the mind, body and spirit as a whole.
Education and Training
In 2019, Meaghan completed training at the Alberta Yoga College to become a Certified Yoga
Teacher. She currently has a focus and interest in Hatha Yoga, Trauma-Sensitive Yoga,
Meditation and Pranayama (Breath Regulation) and specialty classes! She just began dipping her
toes into learning about Ayurveda as well.