Megan discovered yoga in 2012, while in college, thinking she would enjoy it as a form of exercise. Having spent most of her childhood and teenage years as a competitive cheerleader, she felt the strength and flexibility challenges inherent to yoga could help fill the void she was experiencing. Although Megan enjoyed the physical benefits of the practice, she quickly realized the calming effect on her mind and spirit was what was driving this new passion. Upon graduation, Megan moved to Pittsburgh to pursue a career in banking. During this time of great change, she felt her yoga practice was more important than ever, and she started seeking out a studio. Megan instantly fell for the welcoming feel at Yoga Flow, and the way this vinyasa style incorporated breath with movement. Her newly-found yoga home inspired her to complete her 200-hour teaching certification with Dominique Ponko in 2015. Megan feels it is a true honor to have the opportunity to teach at Yoga Flow and to share her love for yoga with others.