Tegan Kahn's mother broke several vertebrae, her pelvis and sternum in a car crash in the 1980s. She was in a coma for three days, and expected to be in pain for the rest of her life. One hour into the Gokhale Method Foundations course, she said "this is the longest I've sat without pain in 30 years". That's when Tegan decided to become a Gokhale Method Teacher and share these life-changing techniques with others.
Tegan has a Bachelor of Medical Science with first class Honours and a Masters Degree in scientific research from The Australian National University.
She is an encouraging, enthusiastic, and patient teacher who loves helping people to regain their natural posture and overcome pain.
Tegan will be taking a maternity leave break from January to December 2019. Sign up to the Gokhale Method Positive Stance newsletter to stay in the loop for her 2020 classes.