TODAY IS A BLESSING, see you on the mat
Meg Jai Yoga Instructor


Meg Horan is a highly experienced and respected yoga instructor, sharing her passion for the practice since 2011. With a unique blend of thoughtful intelligence and light-heartedness, Meg’s classes offer a transformative experience that goes beyond the physical postures.

Drawing inspiration from the precision and alignment of Iyengar yoga, as well as her own depth of knowledge from years of practicing and teaching vinyasa, Meg’s classes are a perfect fusion of strength, mobility and mindfulness. Her deliberate instruction and attention to detail ensure that students are able to safely explore their practice and deepen their understanding of their bodies.
In Meg’s classes, you can expect to break a sweat as you move through dynamic sequences in an environment that is fun and inviting. While the physical aspect of the practice is important, Meg also encourages her students to dive deep into self-study, exploring the mind-body connection and cultivating self-awareness.
As a highly regarded teacher, Meg has been leading teacher trainings since 2015. Her expertise and guidance have shaped the journeys of over 200 local teachers, earning her the reputation as the “teachers’ teacher” in the Capital Region. Her commitment to sharing her knowledge and empowering others to become skilled instructors is truly inspiring.
In 2015, Meg took her dedication to yoga to the next level by opening her own studio Jai Yoga School with her husband Dustin. This space serves as a sanctuary for students to come together, connect, and deepen their practice. With Meg at the helm, Jai has become a thriving community where individuals can explore the transformative power of yoga in a supportive and nurturing environment.
Whether you are a seasoned yogi or just starting your journey, Meg’s classes offer a unique blend of challenge, growth, and joy. Join her on the mat and experience the magic of her thoughtful, intelligent, and light-hearted teachings. Prepare to sweat, dive deep, and emerge with a renewed sense of self and a deeper connection to the practice of yoga.