Meet Meredith


Meredith Musick, LMT, E-RYT 500
Yoga Instructor, Massage Therapist,
Nutritional Coach, ‘Nature Nurturer’

Meredith Musick

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Meredith Musick

 

 

 

 

With 23 + years of experience, Meredith is a “Wikipedia” of yoga, wellness and nutritional knowledge as well as physical therapeutics. Her education and time on the mat make her second to few as a go to Master

 

Meet Meredith Musick, a true teacher, reminds her students what is truly important to help them progress. She has been studying and practicing Classical Hatha Yoga, with an emphasis on alignment-based instruction, as taught by the late master teacher, BKS Iyengar., for more than 25 years. Her teachers include Aadil Pahlkivala, Tias Little, Donna Farhi, Lillah Schwartz, David Swenson, Rodney Yee, Donald Epstein, and more of the most influential yoga teachers in the country. Meredith has taught Purna, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Hatha, Power, Gentle, Restorative and Therapeutic Yoga styles. Her emphasis on the whole of yoga and the Patanjali’s Sutra’s makes her well-rounded as well as a “teacher of teachers”.

Starting an early education in Anthropology and Photography, with an emphasis in language and culture, while simultaneously training horses, Meredith’s keen interest in all things body – mechanics and kinesiology, ideally suits her to help yoga students maintain proper posture and alignment. Many athletes, yogis, seniors and families have benefited from Meredith’s passion.

In this age of modern yoga, with its faster paced, strength training emphasis, many yogis are starved for the ancient scriptures as brought forth in Patanjali’s yoga Sutra’s, an original written record of Classical Yoga. Meredith’s roots include reading and exploring these older texts, encouraging students to dive deeply into themselves and the practice, melding some modern techniques and conscious living choices, while remembering our traditional origins. Yoga, when practiced with discernment, can be a reliable guide for our Dharma (life purpose), rather than merely physical fitness.

Students are often surprised to feel the profound fitness as a side effect of a more traditional and slower approach to asana and the tree of Yoga. Meredith’s experience as a massage therapist combined with her masterful teaching makes for a well-rounded experience in her studio