Meagen Satinsky MPT, PYTTweet
Meagen received her Master’s degree in physical therapy in 2000 from Simmons College in Boston, MA. Combining over 12 years of PT experience in acute care, rehab, and outpatient settings with the application of yoga therapy, she offers an integrated healing approach. Her unique perspective integrating PT and yoga helps support clients with movement and pain challenges. She has focused on acute and chronic movement and pain disorders, specifically back pain and pelvic floor dysfunction. She welcomes individuals seeking a fresh, grounded approach to effective evidence-based methods for improving comfort and function.
Meagen began her exploration into yoga following a back injury in 2005. This experience redirected her life path to focus on bridging the gap between healthcare and complimentary alternative approaches to medicine. In 2006, she completed a 250-hour yoga teacher certification in Hatha yoga with a focus on Vinyasa yoga, and is currently working toward her 500-hour certification of therapeutic yoga.
Meagen teaches our Yoga for a Healthy Back 6-week series.
In 2008, Meg took to the road where various travel opportunities enabled her to work and study as a physical therapist and yoga teacher and student in Northern California, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Mysore, India and now at Evolution Physical Therapy and Yoga. Following her path to merge the science and art of healing has been an intensive study both professionally and personally. Approaching every interaction as an opportunity to listen and to learn, these cumulative experiences have exposed her to new ideas and approaches in solving complex health and movement puzzles encountered in clinical and life situations.
Creating an environment for learning, practicing and sharing with those who cherish the process continues to be a humbling experience. Meagen gratefully dedicates her practice to her teachers.