Hi, I’m Megan!
My love and interest in human movement began young. I grew up on Vancouver Island as a classically trained competitive dancer, which eventually led to me teaching my own classes by the age of 14.
Now I primarily coach and facilitate sessions for those that are living with a variety of neuromuscular dysfunctions, including MS and spinal cord injuries.
Why do I do what I do? I am grateful that every day I get be a part of people’s success stories: helping educate and show them that disabilities have no boundaries when it comes to fitness.Meet Megan
I am 62 years old and I have an incomplete SCI at T10-T12. I have been working with Megan for 2 months. In this short period of time, I have noticed dramatic improvements in leg strength and overall balance. My walking has improved, and I am much more confident climbing stairs. Megan is very knowledgeable, very patient, and I especially appreciate her attention to detail. She has made a real difference in my life. I look forward to continuing my rehab with her help.
From the Deep
If I’m being honest, getting fit is not that easy. Especially when you add some limitations (such as an injury or a disability) into the mix. Because if it were easy, we would all be in amazing shape without needing any motivation and I (among many other fitness professionals), would not have a job!
In the Media
Check out Janice’s story on AMI’s MIND SET GO as she is coached by para athletes and Megan Williamson to successfully reach her fitness goals!
Click here to listen!