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San Francisco, CA 94158

​​meg.hanebutt@gmail.com

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YOGA

Meghan (M.Ed, RYT 200+) teaches donation-based Mindful Movement classes for kids at Purusha Yoga Studio on Mondays at 3:30. Class size limited to 12. Online registration strongly recommended. 
She teaches a Hatha yoga class for adults at Purusha Yoga Studio on Mondays at 4:30 pm 
She also offers private yoga sessions for families, teachers, parents, and other individuals and small groups. 
Rates on a sliding scale dependent upon group size
Connect here to request a consultation for private yoga sessions.

Meghan Hanebutt first started practicing yoga on a cliff overlooking the sea when she was an elementary school teacher in San Diego in 2009. Her teacher’s pet potbelly pig, Clubber wandered in and out of the yogis’ downward dogs as they overlooked the Pacific Ocean. She was hooked. Since then, Meg has practiced yoga in the North and Central Americas, Southeast Asia, an airport in the Middle East, at 30,000 feet above sea level, online, beside rivers and lakes, and on top of volcanoes. She does a bit of traveling in her spare time. 

 

Meg began teaching yoga to a group of mothers at her school in Guatemala in 2014 and completed her 200-hour certification in 2015 in Bali with Santosha Yoga, a school descending from the Krishnamacharya lineage. In the same year, Meghan opened up her own seasonal business on the east coast, Surf and Soul Yoga, teaching donation-based vinyasa classes on the beach in her hometown of Fenwick Island, DE and on Standup Paddle Boards on Little Assawoman Bay. She has recently transplanted to the Bay Area where she teaches yoga at various elementary schools in the SF Unified School District, and at Purusha Yoga Studio in the Richmond District. She offers kids' classes and kids' summer camps to the community. She is currently enrolled in the 300-hr certification program at Purusha Yoga School. 

 

Meg believes that a person's greatest teacher is the Self- that we carry our wisdom within and "unlock" it through various mindful experiences, such as yoga, meditation, movement, as well as simple and complex life experiences. She also believes that we have something to learn from every person we encounter along the way. Meg has grown much from her personal journey with anxiety and depression and uses these and other practices to help her manage it and live a life full of gratitude and wonder.  By taking a class with Meg, you will be experiencing lessons she has gathered from the various teachers of her life, and will be encouraged to take a break from the chatter of the "monkey mind" by existing and expressing more fully in the body.