A former attorney, Megan O’Neill turned a casual interest in health and wellness into a lifelong passion and mission. In this episode of Erasing the Stigma, Megan talks to Mark Yacano about living a healthy lifestyle from maintaining proper nutrition to the importance of self-care. They dive into the emotions tied to nutrition, exercise and sleep and discuss how small changes can make a big difference.
A certified health and fitness coach, personal trainer and keynote speaker, Megan O’Neill has championed and inspired over 5,000 individuals and businesses, global through non-profit, to achieve a better life in health and fitness.
In addition, she has motivated a community of cancer survivors, diabetic and pre-diabetic individuals, post-surgical recovery patients, prenatal and postnatal women, corporate executives, overweight men and women and people suffering from severe anxiety and depression.
She has worked closely with people ranging in age from 16 to 86 on many topics such as lowering blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol through proper diet and exercise, boosting energy and immunity levels and an overall body transformation.
Megan has spent the last 22 years of her life as a health and fitness coach. She began teaching group fitness classes while earning her bachelor’s in Criminal Justice. She continued on with her education to receive her Juris Doctor. She spent 10 years public speaking as an Assistant District Attorney in Philadelphia and as a Civil Attorney presenting at a multitude of large-scale insurance seminars and trying hundreds of bench and jury trials.
Megan has designed the MLC Method based upon her strong belief in a sustainable plan to maintain health for a lifetime.
Before starting her fitness journey, Megan practiced law for over a decade. She served as the assistant district attorney for the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office before joining Marshall Dennehey as a senior associate.
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