A lifelong athlete, Meredith took her first yoga class in 1992. Accustomed to being ‘good’ at all sports, she found yoga impossible and gave up after a few weeks. Year in and year out, she would give yoga a shot, only to give up after not seeing any progress. In 2009, after suffering an injury that prevented her from participating in most of the sports she enjoyed, Meredith gave yoga yet another try….only something had changed. She was FINALLY ready for yoga. Yoga has been a daily part of her life ever since.
She holds a bachelor’s degree from Clemson University and prior to transitioning into a full time career in yoga, spent her career in medical sales. Meredith completed her RYT200 certification in 2009 and has continued her yoga education throughout the years by participating in numerous workshops, and ongoing self study.
As the mother of three, Meredith understands how difficult, yet necessary, it can be to carve out time to nurture our bodies and minds. Keeping this in mind, her goal is to teach a class that combines traditional exercise and yoga, eliminating the need for a gym membership.
Meredith enjoys challenging her students, both physically and mentally, helping them advance their practice by introducing new poses when they are ready. Her Vinyasa-based classes are playful and energetic set to music that covers all genres and several decades