Meg loves helping people access their innate capacity for wellness, vitality, and connection through the voice.  She is devoted to facilitating participatory singing both as director of a large intergenerational chorus and as music teacher for The Bay SchoolThis work informs, and is informed by, her therapeutic practice as a somatic healer and vocal embodiment coach, supporting individuals, school faculties, and communities in transformation and healing.  

About Meg  

Meg serves as Music Director for Antioch University's Waldorf Teacher Training and CfA's Waldorf High School Teacher Education Programs.  She is a regular instructor for the Renewal Conferences and has also taught with LifeWays North America and the Essential Online Conferences.  She received her M.Ed and Waldorf Certification from Antioch University in 2008 and her B.A. from Connecticut College in 2000.  

Meg and her fellow Waldorf teacher husband are raising their two children on a hand-built homestead between the salt water and the white pine forests of Wabanaki Confederacy Territory (coastal Maine).

 

We believe the world needs more harmony!

 

Singing is our birth right as human beings.  The voice is our most essential instrument.  It travels with us wherever we go and is a vital and potent pathway for human connection.  

 

When we sing in harmony, we learn to stay true to our own voices while tuning in deeply to those around us.  It's a beautiful form of collaboration that is as powerful and uplifting as it is uniquely human. 

 

Because we believe in the power of participatory singing, we've created a resource that enables anyone to learn to sing songs together in harmony.  

We also offer song suggestions to support Waldorf grades and music teachers and home schooling parents.  You can access those here.  Thank you!

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Meg, Ian, Celia, and Clancy

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