Wellness Coaching Services: Meaghan Mackenzie
Now offering wellness coaching services to individuals looking to create happy, well lives in a way that is flexible, fun, and free of denial and discipline. Wellness Coaches are knowledgeable advisors who provide ongoing support and guidance as you set goals and make sustainable changes that improve your wellness and happiness. Together, you and your wellness coach can discover the food and lifestyle choices that best support you. Making gradual, lifelong changes enable you to reach your current and future wellness goals.
During the course of the program you will:
· set and accomplish goals.
· explore new foods.
· understand and reduce cravings.
· increase energy.
· feel better in your body.
· improve personal relationships.
For more information and to scheduling a free one-hour wellness consultation please contact:
Meaghan was first introduced to Yoga in high school. As a former Rhythmic Gymnast, she was drawn to Yoga asana as a way to regain her flexibility & strength.
In 2008, after graduating from DePaul University in Chicago, Meaghan passed through some upsetting experiences, & was relieved to find peace in practicing Yoga. It became a natural way for her to calm the mind & lesson anxiety.
In 2011, after teaching English in Madrid for a year, Meaghan moved back to Chicago & began practicing Hatha & Vinyasa Yoga regularly at Moksha Yoga Center. Soon, Yoga went from being something she did on the weekdays after work, to becoming a way of living.
In 2012, Meaghan moved to Syracuse with her partner, Patrick, & found Dharma Yoga at CNY Yoga Center. She was deeply inspired by her first Dharma Yoga teachers, Saraswati Om, ‘chelle Jozefczyk, & Tara Hogan, who introduced her to the classical teachings of Dharma Yoga & gently guided her spiritual practice.
In February, 2013, Meaghan attended a weekend immersion workshop with Sri Dharma Mittra at Kripalu. The weekend was filled with teachings of upholding Ahimsa, living a life devoted to expressing love & compassion for all beings, which Sri Dharma so authentically exemplified, & it left Meaghan with a strong yearning to learn more from him.
In June 2013, she was blessed with the opportunity to participate in the 200-Hour Dharma Yoga Life of a Yogi Teacher Training in New York City, which proved to be a truly transformative experience.
Meaghan is so grateful for all of the teachers & students she has met & continues to meet, especially for the CNY Yoga community for welcoming her with open arms. She continues to deepen her Yoga practice daily & hopes to be able to share the knowledge that has been revealed to her through Dharma Yoga. Om Shanti