Meg is a Senior level instructor (E-RYT) with over a decade of teaching and unending study of both the classical traditions and modern Yoga forms.  Meg illuminates Yoga through intelligent sequencing to allow the body, mind and heart to open.  She gracefully integrates her extensive knowledge of anatomy, alignment and the wisdom of Yoga.  Each practice is unique and responsive to the individual needs of her students.  

A recipient of certification from Manju Jois (son of the founder of Ashtanga Yoga, Sri Pattabhi Jois), along with 200hr certification from Fred Busch and Paul Toliuszis Miami in 2003-2004.  In 2015, Meg completed a third certification (500hr) with the Kailash Tribal School under Yogi Sivadas in Mcleod Ganj, India steps away from the home of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.  

Meg’s concentrations today include Sanskrit, Adjustments without injury, Practice without injury, Physical Alignment, Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Hatha, Restorative, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Shingon Buddhism, Advaita Vedanta, Hinduism and Meditation.  

Meg’s favorite classes she teaches currently are Improvisational Slow Meditative Flow Yoga, Meditation and the Asthanga Primary Series.    

In 2016 Meg will be offering and hosting at her RYS yoga studio (Red Buddha Yoga & Wellness) Group Classes (English & Spanish), Private Classes, Yoga Alliance approved Teacher Training Certification programs, Lectures, Concerts, Kids Yoga/Yoga para Niños, Workshops/Intensives and Yoga by donation. 

Meg is a classically trained pianist and flautist and is currently learning the Sitar and Harmonium in hopes to incorporate Classical indian raga sounds or improvisation to enhance a class or meditation setting.  She attributes her improv time with musical instruments as a key factor in the ability to encourage improvisational poses and movement when forming classes.  The fine tuning and training in the Yoga medium she believes is that between the mind, body, spirit connection. Meg feels with any art form the key resides in becoming an exceptional listener.     ->visit



Kevin has practiced yoga for over 10 years, completing his 200 hour training in Hatha Yoga at Asana Studio in Arvada, CO in May of 2015, and 500 hour certification in Holistic Yoga with Yogi Shivadas in Dharamshala, India in Nov. of 2015.  He believes that his work as a teacher can create a space for others to empower, heal, and grow, just as his practice has done for him. He encourages his students to practice with self-compassion, creativity, intuition, and yes- discipline (tapas). Influences of Raja Yoga or King Yoga can also be found in his classes: a practice of working with and directing the thoughts and patterns of the mind.

Kevin plays the Native American flute and brings a flue or two to his classes. He loves to play during meditations and savasana. Flute playing is one of Kevin's pranayama (breath control) practices and is a source of joy in his life.  Offering a well-balanced approach that is accessible to newcomers as well as experienced practitioners, Kevin brings passion to his teaching. He is grateful to be on the path he is on and looks forward to sharing that path with you.