Megan McWilliams

“Providing youth with the resources to support their minds, bodies, and hearts is my passion. As a mental health professional I know the value and challenge of building effective coping strategies. Yoga Ed. not only serves children but the adults in their lives to create systems of change. I am so proud to work here.”

PRONOUNS: SHE / HER

Megan McWilliams is a full-time social worker in Austin, TX. She received a dual Masters degree in Social Work and Public Health from Tulane University where she developed a passion for the mind-body connection. Megan has spent her career in the education system providing individual, group, and family therapy in schools. Yoga became a big part of Megan’s self care practice and she quickly recognized the parallel messages of self-acceptance, self-compassion, and empowerment between her social work and yoga practices. Her journey to teaching developed naturally from this connection and as a Certified 200 hour Yoga Teacher and Yoga Educator she hopes to bring the many benefits of yoga to her students, schools, and families. Megan in an advocate for mental and physical health in her community and sincerely believes in the healing power of yoga. When she is not working, Megan enjoys spending time outdoors camping, hiking, and eating her way through Austin one taco at a time.

EXPLORE COURSES TAUGHT BY MEGAN:

Trauma-Informed Yoga for Youth, RCYT Certificate Program, Trauma-Informed Chair Yoga and Mindful Practices for Youth