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Mother Daughter Yoga, Meghan MacLean, Lisa MacLean, Crescent Moon Wellness and Yoga

Our Vision

Our intention at Crescent Moon Wellness and Yoga is to provide experiences that promote well-Being and enhance growth and self-healing. The Latin roots of the word crescent are creare, to create, and crescere, to grow. The crescent moon, in its cycle of waxing and waning, symbolizes fertilizing the new and then allowing the old to release and compost, creating new growth. Our services--classes, workshops and treatments--are offered in the spirit of honoring your creative energies and unique growth.

Peace & Light ~ Meghan and Lisa

Our Teachers

Meghan MacLean was introduced to yoga as a child but found a new appreciation for it in her early twenties. Initially driven by low-back/hip pain to begin regular practice, she found yoga therapeutic and empowering, body and soul, and wanted to share these teachings with others. She received her initial training in vinyasa flow and yin restorative at Honest Yoga and went on to complete her 500hr training in classical yoga and yoga therapy at YogaLife Institute of NH. Meghan is also certified to teach babies to tweens as well as prenatal and postnatal yoga. She is also a doula and is completing her certification in childbirth education. Meghan grew up in the Kearsarge area and is grateful for the opportunity to share the benefits of yoga with her community.​

Lisa MacLean is a registered nurse and certified psychiatric and mental health nurse. Lisa also holds a masters degree in health education with a concentration  in integrative health and healing. During her graduate program she also completed a  graduate certificate in the PATH program (Personal Approaches to Transformation and Healing). She is a Reiki Master practitioner and in addition to individual Reiki sessions, she offers Restorative Yoga & Reiki with Meghan. Lisa  also offers Reiki Level I and II trainings. Lisa is grateful to be part of a community that promotes and shares healing arts and wellness.

Tami Thomas began practicing yoga about 15 years ago, as a means of self-care and immediately fell in love with the practice. Tami's background is in dance, where she was a teacher for 20+ years. She stepped away from teaching ballet, tap and jazz a few years ago and became certified in teaching Total Barre for adults. After many years of squishing her toes into ballet slippers, she decided she was ready to change her teaching style to yoga, so she traded in her slippers for a yoga mat.


After practicing different styles of Yoga over the years, she discovered that she most enjoyed the fluid nature of asana practice offered in a Vinyasa flow. She was ready to dive deeper into her practice and understanding of yoga, so Tami went on to complete her  200-hour Integrative Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training with Coral Brown and just wrapped up another 200-hour YTT with Katie O’Connell at Dragonfly Yoga Barn. Tami is also certified in Reiki, Restorative Yoga  and Yoga Nidra.


Tami looks to lead her practice from the heart and encourages her students to listen and honor the voice within. She creates an experience of kindness, self-compassion and union between body, breath and mind.  


When Tami isn’t in the studio teaching she enjoys spending time outside in nature, whether it is by the Sea, Skiing down the mountain or putting her hands into the soil in her gardens.  Most of all she loves spending time with her family and creating lasting memories.

Jonas McCaffery is a Nebraska native, New Hampshire transplant. He was introduced to yoga through some home fitness DVDs and grew to love it. He’s been practicing yoga for almost 10 years, first for yoga’s athletic gains and pursuits, and now more the restorative focus, the calming peace, and the rugged resilience yoga develops. He completed two 200-hour YTT, first at Online Yoga School, and second at Mighty Yoga in Hanover.

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