Meg took her first Bikram class on a whim while in high school & practiced sporadically through her college years. It wasn’t until she moved to the frigid cold town of Truckee that she became an avid enthusiast of the hot room & the therapeutic benefits, both physical & mental. Although the bitter cold was initially the motivating factor to get her into the room, she soon became hooked to the relaxation & rejuvenation she found in the 90 minute Bikram series.
After several years of dedicated practice between life’s twists & turns, she found herself back in her hometown of beautiful Nevada City. She soon fell in love with Warmth & the local yoga community. She attended teacher training in the Fall of 2014 & is on her way to spread her love for the yoga through teaching. Meg graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a degree in Global Studies. Although she wasn’t sure how to apply her degree in the job market, her major did instill a passion for travel, language, & culture.
In a sense, she found a means to implement her studies through a global practice called Bikram Yoga! Outside of her practice, Meg enjoys the great outdoors, her boxer puppy, & good music – especially live shows. She feels blessed to be surrounded by amazing friends & family, & to be a part of the wonderfully diverse Warmth community.
Where is your favorite place to spend time in Nevada County
(other than Warmth of course)?
The trails around Scott’s Flat Lake.
What makes you feel warm and fuzzy about our studio?
The people – hands down. We are so blessed with a unique blend of wonderful people that make our Warmth community whole. It feels like family.
Why do you like it hot?
I love to sweat, & I love the challenge!
What is your favorite fruit?
Wow toss up… Watermelon, green grapes, or cherries.
What’s your most prized possession?
My most prized possession. Hmmmmm…? My yoga mat.