Megan has taught hundreds of school children mindfulness, K-12. She is passionate about sharing techniques with students to support and empower their growth, learning, and flourishing.
Megan has extensive experience running a variety of programing in schools from pilot programs, to multigrade level implementation, to school-wide rollouts, and district-wide programming.
Professional Development Trainings
Megan has taught mindfulness to teachers, administrators, and parents through an array of mindfulness workshops and series that she has created.
Megan has also partnered with businesses and diverse organizations to bring mindfulness into the workplace and professional realm.
1:1 Mindfulness Coaching K-12 Students
Working with students 1 to 1 allows Megan to tailor a curriculum to the student, working at their pace on the issues that they identify as meaningful and helpful. 1 to 1 session are playful and includes a wide range of modalities contained within the realm of mindfulness.
All learning is tailored to the individual or group. Megan uses an eclectic mix of mindfulness techniques, helping clients to establish and maintain both formal and informal mindfulness practices. Practices extend beyond focusing and include gratitude, self-compassion, learning about the brain, and delving deeply into the complexity and wonder of being alive.
I have been practicing mindfulness, meditation, and yoga for over 25 years. My teaching, facilitation, and coaching leans heavily upon my own practice, study, and many years of experience as a professional educator.
Mindfulness addresses so many challenges we face in our modern world. How do we balance our time, hone the ability to focus, nurture joy, and build resilience in the face of difficulty? Mindfulness can help with all of this and more. Current neuroscience underpins the rise of secular mindfulness as a modality uniquely poised to support actualizing a deeply meaningful life.
Brain Hack: working with the brain
Joy, Gratitude and Awe
Thank you for coming to my class and teaching me about mindfulness. My favorite things you taught was heartfulness and sending kind thoughts to someone. I send my kind thoughts to my dad. I remember the 3 sentences: may you be healthy and strong, may you be happy, may you be at peace.
Sebastian, Age 12