Megan Amber Cox is a trained bodyworker, movement educator and childbirth advocate currently practicing in Tucson, AZ. In 2005, she graduated from New York University with a bachelor's degree in Cultural Anthropology with a focus in Applied/Medical Anthropology.

Having been raised by a Rolfer and a Naturopath, Megan’s experience in holistic medicine is thorough. However, wholism applies to her work more broadly as well - guiding clients through structural, functional, energetic and constitutional methods of finding sustainable comfort and wellness.

Since prior to her Rolf Institute certification in 2014, Megan spent time studying yoga, Thai massage, Acupressure/Acupuncture, Alexander Technique and Kung Fu. Today, she continues a regular practice in both yoga and martial arts as well as ongoing studies in Traditional Chinese Medicine. In 2007, Megan completed training as a childbirth doula and enjoys providing this work on a volunteer basis to those in need.

While Megan donates bodywork to children, pregnant women, and those in hospital or hospice, she enjoyed donating her time to those in need through many avenues in her past. Including but not limited to harm reduction education in Harlem, New York, eyeglasses and scholarships for impoverished students in rural China, and free access to full-spectrum medical care along the US-Mexico border for indigent children.

Megan has taught different forms of movement education to a wide variety of audiences. Her students have said her logical yet intuitive approach helps them to find awareness and ease throughout the ever-changing demands of daily life. In her spare time Megan keeps bees, tends garden, and loves to tinker in her workshop. Once upon a time, she was an event producer, vaudeville performer, and experimental performance artist... When the mood strikes her, she still loves to play dress up.