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Acupuncture + Yoga with Lindsay MacDougall - Saturday, Dec 22nd 1:00 - 3:00 PM
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Geneva Moss

At the age of twenty, Geneva's first teacher impressed upon her the long term benefits of yoga as choices to increase health and well being. Through the following years her practice has come to embrace the richness of the totality of yoga as her dharma. The wisdom and practice of yoga resonate with Geneva to the core of her being. She commits herself and her teaching to the study and exploration of the self through the practice of Tantra Hatha Yoga. Geneva began teaching yoga internationally in 2005, and is a certified ParaYoga teacher and registered 500-hour Yoga Alliance teacher. Her classes create the opportunity to explore balance and stability within the fire of effort. Geneva's students experience a personal, committed and connected practice with intelligent sequencing, curiousity and the balance of humor and depth. Geneva's goal in teaching is to help her students be empowered and connect mind, body and energy and bring awareness to their own inner teacher. She continues to study extensively with her teachers Yogarupa Rod Stryker and Pandit Rajmani Tigunait. Geneva writes, travels, and offers the light and wisdom of yoga and meditation both in private and public classes, workshops, festivals, and retreats. Prior to teaching yoga, Geneva was a successful technology consultant and business development specialist and manager. Geneva resides in the DC Metro area with her family.
 


Geneva Moss instructs the following:
  • Gentle Yoga I
  • This class is for all levels of students looking for a deep, and nurturing practice that draws one's awareness inward.

    The movements are slow, mindful and breath centric - allowing each student the opportunity to discover new depths of practice and how each action has the potential to open, strengthen and nourish. The poses, employing dynamic movement, as well as holding poses allows the body to explore the steadiness of stillness. Students will feel restored, refreshed and nourished.

    The studio temperature is kept at a comfortable level consistent with outside weather conditions.


  • Hatha I
  • This class is geared to beginners seeking an introduction to yoga and experienced practitioners who want to deepen their practice by re-visiting the fundamentals of yoga. The class will introduce students to basic yoga poses (asanas), proper alignment, and movement with the breath. Participants will gain increased strength, flexibility, and balance, as well as relief from stress, aches, pains and stiffness we acquire in everyday life and from athletic activity. This class is a great way to build a foundation that will support progress towards more advanced practices and intermediate level classes.
     
    This is not a Hot Yoga class.  The temperature in the studio will be maintained at a comfortable level.