Beginner Yoga Student? Start a Happy, Healthy Yoga Practice Fast...with Slow Flow Yoga.
My slow flow yoga classes and retreats are designed to help new yoga students discover what yoga means to them personally.
breathe. move. soothe.
8-Hour Online Retreat: Yoga for Anxiety Relief
A personal essay I wrote on the topic of chronic illness and mental health was recently published in SELF magazine. Check out the article, titled 5 Ways I Take Care of My Mental Health While Living With MS by clicking the button below!
You've Come to Yoga for a Reason.
Let's Work Together to Make Sure You Find What You're Looking for.
Hi, I'm Morgan.
Twenty years of practicing and teaching yoga has taught me this: a new yoga practice can lead to big changes both on and off the mat.
I see it happen often, and it's so exciting to watch. Students first come to yoga to decrease stress or increase flexibility and strength. Not long after, they begin to sense that some other kind of magic is happening on the mat and they might be getting much, much more than they bargained for.
Some new-to-yoga students experience big physical, emotional, and mental changes, especially in the early years of yoga practice. Like any other season of change, beginner yoga students can feel unprepared, out of their element, or even a bit (or very) lost.
And, that, is exactly where I can help...
What they say
Morgan does more than just call poses; she is a true teacher and gentle guide. I have grown so much in attunement to my body and breath. I always get a sweat going, but I also end up feeling deeply rested, grounded, and nourished.
Morgan is not only an amazing yoga instructor, but also friend. She takes the time to get to know her students, allowing her to teach with intention and sensitivity and provide an accessible approach to anyone's practice.
Every class with Morgan is a gift for your body and soul! Her steady energy and beautiful words calm both my body and my mind. I leave every class feeling lighter, kinder, and refreshed.
What it's like to work with Me
My goal is to take some of the mystery and intimidation out of the new-to-yoga experience and to provide students with clear - and personal - purpose on the mat. Here's how I do that:
Online Yoga Retreats with Personal Purpose
I focus on helping students explore yoga not just as a physical practice, but as a personal growth practice. To do this, I create online yoga retreats designed to help students explore the everyday personal growth journeys that a yoga mat can take a student on.
3 Modern-Day Survival Tools
I don’t pretend like yoga is some sort of cure-all that “works” the same for everyone. Instead, I focus on yoga as one of three modern-day survival tools. Each of my retreats show students how to pair yoga with mindfulness meditation and journaling. This way, student are offered multiple modes of self-discovery and growth.
A Little Science, A Whole Lotta Soul
I believe that knowledge of how the human body works is both inspiring and empowering. When students understand the “how” behind these particular exercises, the "why" becomes abundantly clear. My formal education is deeply-rooted in the physiological sciences, so my retreats are, too! You can learn more about that by clicking the button below...
Fresh Reads: Beginning Yoga Tips, Tools, and Guides
From Asana to Zen, this collection of 39 must-know yoga terms can help new yoga students step onto the mat with more clarity, safety, and comfort.
How to Get Right-Now Anxiety Relief That Actually Lasts
Using my personal experience managing anxiety and autoimmune disease, I created The Anxiety Relief Retreat, an online yoga, meditation, and journaling retreat designed specifically to soothe an anxious soul.