Megan gathers our emotions, comfortable and otherwise, and guides us towards a poetics of awareness. 

Contemplation, we learn, is tender play. To play is to heal.

Gently, she encourages us to see and feel points of transition between contemplation and action: moments where language is embodied.

And, so, we learn to consider one another. Herein lies the core of Megan’s teaching. She emphasizes connection and consideration: we explore ourselves in order to connect with others; we consider our hearts in order to understand others’.

Her words have integrity. Pieced together with architectural intelligence, Megan’s language is spacious, intellectual, heartfelt, and lasting. Her process reveals itself as quick/excited and slow/deliberate as she negotiates between opposites, and language extends from mind to body as she articulates thought and emotion through gesture. She teaches the mind-body connection by example.

Megan’s person is soft but edgy. She bares her humanity generously—revealing her so-called ‘dingy’ thoughts alongside sweetness and empathy. She doesn’t other imperfections, nor does she other her students.

In her heart, we’re all tender humans.

Peonia, NYC