Morgan Moulckers

Morgan, E-RYT500 and MSNS, discovered the transformative practice of yoga as a teenager and is deeply grateful for its influence that is weaved throughout every aspect of her being. As a lifelong teacher and student of the practice, her deep-rooted appreciation and reverence of the practice shows up in every aspect of her life. Morgan began teaching yoga as a freshman at UT Austin and her love of teaching has remained the most consistent piece of her through relationships, job changes, moving countries, and the ebb and flow of everyday life. 

Morgan has learned under her teachers Leah Cullis, Kate Waitzkin, and Gioconda Parker and teaches primarily vinyasa-style classes infused with intentional  breathwork, intelligent sequencing, yoga philosophy, and a playful energy and warmth she brings to every interaction. While Morgan is a powerful vinyasa teacher at heart, she has formal training in Yin Yoga and loves balancing the fire with grounded and balancing practices of Yin, breathwork, Kundalini, and Ayurveda — her classes seamlessly blend elements from different styles into something that is uniquely her own. Morgan received her Masters of Science in Functional Nutrition from UT Austin and is committed to living a life centered around feeling your best so you can show up for life in the way you intend. Through consistent practice and dedication to the practice, Morgan has made her mark in the corporate world as an HR Strategist for a Tech company, where she is able to shape the human experience of working in Tech and has had the privilege of sharing practices including yoga and breathwork with colleagues. 

Having traveled through over 60 countries (and counting), Morgan began leading yoga retreats in 2019 and has held retreats for her students in Kenya, Morocco, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Banff, and Austin. Community and connection are at the center of everything she does. Morgan hosts handstand and inversion workshops in Austin and enjoys bringing students out of their comfort zone in a safe way. Morgan believes yoga is not something you do, but rather a way of being and showing up in the world through surrender, trust, and compassion for all things. Morgan lives on the East Side with her partner, Ryan, and her dog Kamo.