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Meghan & The Moose (A conversation about Yoga, Juice, and Smoothies)


An Interview with Meghan Currie

About a year after sharing this post on Meghan Currie, guess what?, she decides to do a weekend workshop in Dublin (Ireland being the home and HQ of Sleepy Moose). What a crazy moose I would have been to pass up an opportunity to learn from such a bright spark, so I decided to take the workshop to push myself beyond all previous boundaries (physically and mentally) and to understand the strength behind her smile. And it was no easy feat, let me tell you.

To describe Meghan as cute, sweet and playful, is to miss half the composition. Yes she is all of these things, but there is texture behind the coating. It is this blend of grounded, earthy substance with free-flowing innocence that gives this yogi her appeal. Beyond the softness of her appearance is a strength, courage, and wisdom so prevalent that to miss it is to look upon a sky and never see stars. Sweet and strong. Cute and courageous. Playful and wise. A true blessing to encounter such a soul, I would encourage you to take classes and workshops with Meghan if ever the opportunity arises.

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Living Room Yoga with Meghan Currie


Have you read “An Interview with Meghan Currie” yet? It’s awesome!

You may have seen, or at least heard about, the Equinox yoga video performed by Briohny Smyth, or even its parodical counterpart by humourist Michael A. Stusser. The former garnered much attention (for better or worse) by yoga and non yoga enthusiasts alike. The latter, many chuckles!

Well now I would like to present to you the best type of promotion that yoga could ask for. A simple living room recording which bears no commercial connotations or attachments, and so elegantly performed by the beautiful Meghan Currie. So without further ado:

Living Room Yoga with Meghan Currie.

(Music by: The Blow – “In My Room”)


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