Meaghan is a physiotherapist with 10 years of clinical experience across a wide variety of settings working with individuals of all ages. She has a deep love for working with neurological and orthopedic populations and spent many years working in the rehabilitative field. Being a long time yoga practitioner she decided to integrate yoga into her physiotherapy treatment sessions and has been teaching community classes for the past 5 years.
What sets her apart is her dedication to her art, she is a clinician who truly embodies and practices what she teaches. She is a seasoned yogi, having practiced for well over 15 years and enjoys competing in triathlon and duathlon. In her youth she dabbled in all sports but her favourites were figure skating, fastball, and field hockey. She now enjoys working with higher level athletes who compete in varsity athletics and at the provincial and international levels.
Meaghan has a strong belief in keeping up with current research and can often be found in her kitchen or in her vehicle listening to the latest podcast on advancements in brain health research. Neuroplasticity and the brain’s ability to heal itself and thrive through lifestyle is a particular interest, and one she hopes to pass along to her clients.