Hello, I’m Meg.
Outside of my day job, I study, practice and teach Jivamukti Yoga.
I love working at the intersection of somatic psychology, yoga and activism. When I say activism, I mean all its forms; social, political, animal, climate and spiritual.
My first experience of Yoga, a decade ago, changed the course of my life. Jivamukti Yoga has not only helped me manage the stress of modern life, it provides me with a means of intricately exploring my body and mind; their tendencies, capacities and limits.
Growing up I didn’t have a faith or cultural identity. Jivamukti Yoga continues to give me opportunities for communion with my soul and the world soul. I am incredibly fortunate to be a part of both a local and global Jivamukti Yoga satsang; a diverse community of ethical vegans and spiritual seekers.
A huge element of being a Jivamukti Yoga practitioner is our yoga-off-the-mat. The Jivamukti Yoga method has provided me with a roadmap to approaching activism in my daily life. All of my offerings, including Trauma Sensitive Yoga, iRest Yoga Nidra and Climate Community, are different expressions of my yoga-off-the-mat. These are all offered with the intention of contributing in some way, to the happiness and freedom of all.
Master of Clinical Psychology (2018-19)
Jivamukti Yoga Teacher (300 hours, 2018)
Trauma Sensitive Yoga Teacher (2019)
iRest Yoga Nidra Teacher (Level 2, 2022)
Certified Climate Aware Practitioner (2022)
Yoga Australia (Level 1)
Australian Psychological Association
Psychology for a Safe Climate
Acknowledgement of Country
In the spirit of reconciliation, I acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the sacred land on which I work and live, the Wadawurrung People of the Kulin Nation.
I wish to extend this acknowledgment and recognition of the vast countries and cultures throughout this continent. I humbly acknowledge the Traditional Custodians' spiritual connections to land, sea and community.
I acknowledge that their sovereignty was never ceded and that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples continue to be traumatised by the pervasive impacts of colonialism today.
I apologise for the privilege I have enjoyed at the expense of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. I recognise our collective need for truth telling and deep listening.
I pay my respects to their ancestors, elders both past and present, as well as the emerging and future generations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
I promise to be an ally and to honour the Uluṟu Statement of the Heart.
Always was, always will be Aboriginal Land.