Meghan Currie

electric, potent, infectious; a creator,
moulding the light and dark
within herself into art

Meghan Currie

The teachings of Meghan are raw, powerful and sharply intuitive as their source is channelled from the teachings of Nature. Being deeply rooted in her works with expanding Love, her teachings reflect this work, and encourage students to process the gifted experiences so as to draw from them the highest nectar of the teachings.

Meghan Currie is electric, potent, infectious. She is a creator, moulding the light and dark within herself into Yoga classes and art which are expansive journeys through inner layers. She loves this work, this creating, learning, concocting, healing; she has given herself to it fully.

She grew up in small town Ontario picking raspberries and exploring the forest, hearing and feeling the whisperings and spirits of the world around her. Her depth of vision grew here like roots through the forest floor. She would become the alchemist, the witch doctor, laying stones and rubbing dirt on all kinds of spiritual and physical maladies.

She explored the world through dance, swimming, soccer, baseball, ringette, drama and art. She discovered how life breathes through you when you are in movement’s thrall.

She grew her armpit hair, smoked pot, listened to Led Zeppelin; she sought wisdom from any old man with a beard. She refused to wear shoes, or wash her feet for a year.

At thirteen, suicide of best friend “made everything go dark.” The burden of years of debilitating anxiety and fathomless depression ground her down, made her small, showed her that balancing the rich beauty of life was a yawning darkness. She traversed it widely, always studying, learning. 

It was through this trauma that she discovered the immense healing powers of the body-mind. And this is what led her to a deep and lifelong journey through the layers of the human experience. She had begun to teach herself how to be a healer.

Though she had the love and support of a hardworking, kind and grounded family, she felt called away from home, and at nineteen moved to Nicaragua to teach English. Central America held her for a year (and has called her back many times since) until she moved back to Canada to a job hosting the travel program ‘Alternate Routes.’ This took her to Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Salzburg, Budapest, Turkey, Japan, China and Thailand. She found solace in Yoga, in the simplicity of breath and movement, and in the natural world, where the beauty within her was reflected back to her constantly by the deep and complex wildness of mother nature.

Her Yoga career found her when Steve Merkely pushed her to become a teacher, and to look ever deeper into herself. She was lit up by people like Paige Faraci and Chris Chavez – who opened her up to leading Yoga workshops all over the world.

This career asked her to be alive, constantly intuiting the highest truth, the deepest narrative, the most integral way she could be of service in the world. It taught her that there are no mistakes, that each of our storylines are structured to give us the highest education – a unique, genius script, never to be retold.

In her own words, she is a dork: funny, difficult, moody, complex and creative, her highest purpose to be of service to people, plants, animals, minerals – all the beings, to use the wisdom she found in the depths and darkness’s to draw others out into the light.