Maggie McKeever Yoga
Maggie (she/her) is a Yoga facilitator and Arts manager.
She believes that Yoga is a powerful tool that equips us with practices to find grounding, balance, and come back to our sovereign centre when navigating the ups and downs of life and the life cycles that women move through.
Maggie is motivated by being of service to the whole community, and believes that everyone deserves access to yoga and embodiment. You can find her teaching in studios, within community settings, and out in nature.
Maggie discovered Yoga in 2008 as a student when experiencing stress, anxiety and feelings of overwhelm. Yoga supported her to feel more grounded, balanced, and present. Shes been practicing, and learning ever since.
In 2015 she went to the heart of India for her first Yoga teacher training, in traditional Hatha Yoga. Since then she has trained in contemporary Hatha, Flow, Yoga Nidra, Pregnancy, and Yin Yoga. In 2021 she completed a 100 hour training in Trauma-informed Yoga & Embodied Social Change. Currently she is immersed in a 300 hour Trauma Centre Trauma Sensitive Yoga training with the Center for Trauma & Embodiment at Justice Resource Institute.
Her classes offer a slow embodied practice with the intention of encouraging a sense of belonging in your body. She invites us to build awareness of our somatic experiences so that we can tend to our needs; physical, emotional and mental and offers somatic tools to explore what works for our own unique self. Movement is at a mindful pace, with options for different bodies, incorporating practices that support settling the nervous system , cultivating self compassion, and connecting to your body.
Maggies teaching is influenced by trauma-informed yoga, mindful self compassion teachings, the cyclical wisdom of the Celtic wheel, nature, and rest practices. She is passionate about making yoga accessible and community based.