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Morgan believes that...

Yoga is not meant to help you touch your toes or achieve that 'Instagram worthy' arm balance. 


Yoga will not make your body flexible unless your heart and soul are also ready to be stretched. 

Yoga can heal you if you are kind in the practice journey.  Yoga is for you if you are young, old, agile or stumbling.  Yoga is for you if you are 'fit' or unfit, fat or thin, tall or short. 

Yoga is for you if you have two legs or none; alongside a small-group of amputee students, Morgan has developed a program of yoga for amputees generously funded by FindingYourFeet.

Yoga has helped me to heal from anorexia and exercise addiction.  Through gentle body awareness developed over many years I was able to get my mind and body back into healthy rhythm.

My name means 'dweller by the sea' and I enjoyed 14 years of living on the banks of the Tay River at its mouth on The North Sea in Newport-on-Tay Scotland, however much of my soul resides in Stockbridge Massachusetts where I currently reside.  Upon my move across the Atlantic to Stockbridge, I took the opportunity to explore jobs and activities I otherwise would have never pursued.  I sought opportunities to 'get outside' my comfort zone, challenge myself and take on roles and responsibilities not related to my education or professional training.  In turn, I learned the techniques of organic horticulture, gained a certificate in Horticulture from the Berkshire Botanical Gardens, achieved a professional Ski Instructor (PSIA) Level-I qualification, coached girl's track and field and made lasting friendships with both the people and environs of Western Massachusetts.  My time in Stockbridge continues to teach me to seek out discomfort because it can teach you so much about yourself, your responses, your relationships and who you want to be.  

Morgan is an international cross country and ultra-distance runner.  She's been running long distances since she was 15.  Her career highlights include


FKT (Fastest Known Time) 96 mile Massachusetts Segment of Appalachain Trail and 53 miles Connecticuit Segment of the AT.

Silver medal at British 100k Road Championships, April 2019

Scotland vest for Home Counties International Race

4th BUPA Edinburgh Cross Champs 2012

2nd Place Female West Highland Way Race 96 miles June 2015

2nd Place Female Highland Fling Race 2017

1st Place Female Balmoral 15 mile race2012

1st Place Female John Lucas 50 mile race 2015  

If you'd like to start running or want to improve your running, Morgan is the one to talk to!  Book a personal training session today. 

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