Meet Megan

Kids Aerial Yoga Director


Wife, mom, and step mom, Megan Huff found herself on a yoga mat for the first time in 2011 after a friend said it might be good for her.  In a matter of a few years Megan was not only in a regular practice, but teaching kids yoga and eventually adults. 


You can find her hanging upside down in the aerial yoga studio and teaching kids and adults to do the same or she is enjoying the outdoors somewhere teaching yoga. Megan is certified in not only kids yoga, including special needs, and aerial yoga, but is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) - 200 Hour and a Certified Prenatal Yoga Teacher (CPYT).


She loves guiding individuals in living their version of yoga everyday be it breath work, physical poses, or mindfulness. You can find her on Instagram and the web as breathe.flow.grow yoga.  


Jennifer completed 500 hours and is a Registered Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance and also a Texas Licensed Esthetician.  She teaches Restorative Yoga, Chair Yoga at the Senior Center and Aerial yoga to adults and kids.

I believe Yoga is a practice of “Working In” and not “Working Out”.  And I spent my whole life watching other do the FANCIEST Yoga Work Out’s and thought I can’t do that so I won’t try.  My yoga teacher journey began a few years ago when I took the leap to get my teaching certificate among all the other work & family responsibility so that I could endeavor on a path of self-discovery, and ignite my personal power. I was learning to accept, give grace, and creating space in the areas of my life I was stuck!! Unraveling layers around my heart that I built for protection from the outside world.  hat I really learned is that Yoga is more about making peace with my authentic self. Redness, so now I come to my mat regularly to FEEL and not accomplish.  When I teach yoga I am more witnessing to the world and my fellow attendees my own practices in awareness and self-love.  And I share regular messages of inspiration, hope and acceptance with each of my class attendees. And encourage them to slow down, take that extra breath and seek something greater each day.




Kat will be joining The Yogi Treehouse to teach our Sunday Morning Flow at the Connemara Meadow Nature Preserve. Kat has been teaching yoga for six years and is a 500 RYT. 

Kat believes everything is as it should be, especially, where your body takes you each time you practice yoga. No need to push yourself or be excessive. You are right where you are supposed to be in that moment, so, feel it and let go of any expectations that you may have about what your body should or should not be doing. Her teaching style focuses on breathing and deepening body awareness as yogis move through mindfully constructed sequences on their mat.  She believes yoga should be inclusive of all bodies, ages, and abilities.


She loves sharing her passion for yoga with anyone that will listen. So, look out! 

"Be happy in the moment, that's enough. Each moment is all we need, not more." -- Mother Teresa

Meet Maria

I began my yoga journey in 2012. I was a young mom looking for just a little peace and quiet, and then I found yoga!


I am a teacher by trade. I have been in music education since 2003. The word “practice” has been a part of my vocabulary for years. Yoga gave me something else to practice, but it never had to be perfect. I found ways that my yoga practice bled into my life. My yoga practice started to improve my life. And that is what led me to go into teacher training.


I love paying it forward. I am passionate about music, and I am passionate about yoga! Both are great vehicles to teach about life! I love teaching about life, and yoga is such a fun and wonderful way that I can help people discover who they are and what makes them tick. The exercise is great, too!


Meet Debbie

Debbie's journey into yoga began in cycling.  She was taking cycling classes with Lifetime cycle club. She was looking for something to balance her routine and found a yin yoga class she would attend after her cycle workout. She then started to add vinyasa to her practice.  The stretching asanas felt good, the core work helped her cycling, and the meditation helped ease the chatter in her mind.  The more she practiced the more she felt the need to share her experience. She completed her 200hr training at Lifetime Fitness is December of 2013, and went on to complete her 300hr through LifePower Yoga in April of 2017. In between she got certified in Yoga Bridge to teach yoga to cancer patients ans survivors in 2014 and Functional Anatomy of Yoga in 2020. Yoga is an integral part of her life and she loves sharing her passion for practice with her students.

Her certifications include:

200hr ERYT

500hr RYT

YACEP education provider 

Meet Vanessa

Vanessa Rogers is a 500-hour registered yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance. She earned her certification
through Grow Yoga Teacher Training in McKinney, Texas, and her certification as an Aerial Yoga
instructor through The Yogi Treehouse training. In addition to The Yogi Treehouse, Vanessa currently
teaches at Craig Ranch Fitness Center in McKinney. She enjoys the flow of Vinyasa yoga, the spiritual
and rejuvenating aspects of Yin and Restorative yoga practices, and loves the magical ability aerial yoga
offers to explore yoga and it’s effects on the body in a new, fun loving and beautiful way.
“From my first class, yoga became my passion,“ Vanessa shares. “I have had the privilege to practice
and study with an amazing community of yoga teachers. Their loving wisdom has inspired me to craft
my classes with a blend of mindfulness, compassion and invitation to self exploration—which may
include learning to have fun and laugh at yourself!”
“My hope is that my students will find what I do: a clearer mind, a more balanced life, and the interplay
of the body, mind and breath on and off the mat.”
Vanessa also incorporated yoga off the mat in her previous role as Coordinator of Patient Services at
Baylor Scott & White Dallas Diagnostic Association, Plano, Texas. As a spouse and mother of military
officers, she has developed a keen interest in Trauma-informed yoga and has completed multiple
trainings in this field of study.