Sometimes we find inspiration in the most simplistic things. Sometimes, its in the next breath. Sometimes, its in the next blog….the Swarupa blog will began again in the fall of 2017. Namaste!
I am 60 years old and not much of a touchy feelie kinda guy. I wasn’t convinced massage therapy was going to be right for me but Megan came highly recommended by a friend I trust, so I took the plunge. I am really glad I did. Megan has an amazing spirit and really knows her craft. I have now been seeing her once a week for a couple of months, and my overall well being has improved dramatically. I highly recommend Megan to anyone who wants to feel better than they do now.
I always have a great massage by Megan. My body carries stress everywhere and by the time I leave I am relaxed and stress free. I recommend Megan to anyone wanting a great massage.
Receiving Reiki from Megan Zaback is an incredible healing experience. I’m thrilled to be having sessions weekly as I navigate a tricky season. I find Megan to be compassionate, highly intuitive, and beautifully present. She is a gift!
I absolutely love Megan’s kundalini classes. Megan is one of the most authentic people I’ve ever known and a true spiritual guide. Her classes are always a place of kindness, understanding, learning, silly, safety, love, uncovering layers, and truly connecting to and seeing yourself while being held.
You will leave changed.
From the beginning Megan told us that Reiki was about LOVE and holding that space of LOVE for the client. She demonstrated this love through her every word and every action…As Megan began to share the teachings of Reiki she explained everything clearly and with patience. As we practiced on each other she was completely there holding the space and /or assisting when needed. Because she taught us so well, I have been able to step into the roll of Reiki practitioner for myself and others… She is LOVE and she shows it through every pore of her being.
Swarupa is a sacred gift. Treating myself to Swarupa is one of the best things I’ve done for myself. That said, it’s hard to say what exactly Swarupa is, because in five sessions it was never the same thing twice. Swarupa is a living thing; hard to define because it changes to be what it is needed to be.
Megan has a bottomless bag of gifts from which to pull. She is extremely intuitive and seemed to know exactly what I needed. I felt she had a plan for each session, but that she was able to release that to what I needed and to where Spirit took us. Our sessions included movement, chanting, praying, meditating, beautiful sounds and music and singing. I often felt I was taking a completely personalized course on healing, self-care and spiritual connection and expression, and have incorporated elements of what I learned into my daily practice.
I set up a week of morning yoga practices with Megan during a period when I was processing and integrating some deep personal work, and I’m SO so glad that I did. These sessions were ostensibly intended to just have guided movement during a time I was finding it really hard to be in my body, but what I got was more like a sacred journey of the soul. I have known Megan to be deeply intuitive and implicitly trustworthy with the most vulnerable and tender aspects of the body and soul, and my experience with her during this week of practices absolutely reinforced this. She created powerful sacred space through both deep listening to me, my expressed needs and desires, and through deep listening to Spirit in each moment. She was fearless in journeying with me to the edges of comfort and “normal”! I got to explore being both fragile and fierce, held lovingly where I felt weak and celebrated in my wildness. I had a number of breakthroughs where I had the chance to encounter various aspects of myself that had been silenced or hidden. She skillfully and adeptly pulled from a huge array of modalities to craft an experience of embodied strength, imaginational healing and psycho-spiritual integration. I left with a profound feeling of strength, upliftment, joy, peace, and wonder at my own marvelous being. I am grateful beyond words for the gift of her presence.