Meghann Terry‘s yoga journey started in high school one evening when she and her friends pooled their money together to purchase a book of yoga poses at a local bookstore. They thought the names of the poses sounded funny but they looked like fun to try at their sleepover. Little did she know, that ‘funny’ book would mark the beginning of a positive, enlightening, and ongoing journey.
She took a few classes here and there over the years, but really began a regular practice when her husband deployed for the second time in 2014. Yoga provided a challenging outlet for her to physically engage her body, but also explore and sort through the rollercoaster of emotions that came with being separated from her husband for an extended period of time.
Fast forward a few years (and twin girls) later, and she found the Hot Asana Studio in Durham, North Carolina. She found an extraordinary community of yogis that inspired her to take her personal practice to the next level.
Meghann completed her teacher training with Virginia Gallagher and Lisa Rischetelli through Hot Asana Yoga University in Southern Pines, North Carolina. She believes that yoga can transcend and heal every single person who rolls out their mat, and surrenders their heart and mind to the practice.