I recently moved back from Florida and found a yoga studio in Bridgeville where my friend had raved about the teachers, the space, and how amazing the classes were. I began going more often and soon developed a regular practice. I was hooked. Last summer I was convinced to try two weeks of spin at another fitness hotspot, Fitness Fanatics. At the end of the class, I felt a strange love/hate relationship with the bike. When paired with a regular yoga practice, the dynamics overall were unbelievable! It was this grounding symmetry between fast-paced cardio and inner-stillness and strength. Soon I had my hands on the Real Ryders and haven’t looked back with an iota of regret.
I am so thankful and humbled by the opportunity to teach indoor cycling at this beautiful studio and am beyond excited to further my yoga practice and knowledge so that I may begin teaching and helping others find the mind, body, spirit connection which I found.
Meg graduated from The Florida State University in 2009 with a B.S. in Psychology and minor in biology/chemistry and Exercise Science/Fitness. She received my 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training certification through Urban Elements – Yogi Cop in March 2015. She is also a certified Real Ryder instructor. Meagan currently work as a surgical veterinary technician at a specialty animal hospital in Pittsburgh.