Miss Megan began dancing at age three, but truly fell in love with theatre and dance at age six when she was able to be in a show that her mom directed called Lil Abner. She continued her love for the performing arts by attending Brigham Young University and earning her degree in Theatre Arts Education. In college, she had the opportunity to be a part of the Folkdance Spring Performing Arts Team. It was through this performing arts group that she was able to learn many styles of folkdance including Indian, clogging, Irish, Ukrainian, Mexican, French Canadian, and Israeli. 

With her experience in theater and dance, Megan has had the opportunity to perform several key roles in plays, including “Catherine” in Pippin and “The Baker’s Wife” in Into the Woods. She has also worked on the opposite end and directed and choreographed for several shows as well. Her directing and choreographing credits include Scarlet Pimpernel, Into the woods, Thoroughly Modern Millie, and Guys and Dolls. 

Megan strives to create a positive atmosphere for her students so that they can feel comfortable trying new things. She believes that our bodies are a work of art and loves helping others learn how to move their bodies. One of her favorite parts of teaching is watching students come alive when they master a step or accomplish something they didn’t think they could do. 

Favorite things: playing with her sons and daughter, cooking and baking, reading, working out, doing anything active