Lindsay MacDougall has been practicing yoga since 2008 in the ashtanga, hatha, and Iyengar styles over the years studying with well-known teachers of these styles in the D.C. area. She holds a masters in acupuncture from MUIH (formerly Tai Sophia) and has been a licensed acupuncturist in the state of Maryland and Washington, D.C. for the past five years. She runs her own practice in Silver Spring out of The Spectrum Center for Natural Medicine on 16th St. She completed her hatha style teacher training with Neva Ingalls of Inner Domain yoga in September 2017, and now teaches her own evening Flow class at a local gym, occasionally subbing for their classes at the National Gallery and World Bank respectively. Since becoming a yoga teacher (she started a teacher training in 2009 but interrupted it to go to acupuncture school), she is elated to be in this teacher role, breathing and flowing with people meanginfully, working with wellness more physically through asana.
Shannon Sharma has lived and taught Yoga and Ayurveda for nearly 20 years. She is a support for the power of self-love, the human spirits desire to heal and soul’s ability to awaken. She joyfully shares a wealth of knowledge in numerous disciplines including but not limited to: Yoga, Yoga Therapy, Yoga Coaching, Shamanism, Anatomy of Yoga and Movement, as well as Ayurveda and Thai-Yoga Therapy. Shannon specializes in pain management, particularly conditions related to the spinal column and nervous system. She takes great pride in cultivating empowered and awakened teachers that share the gifts of alignment-based vinyasa yoga. She teaches from the heart and shares the point of view that safety and unconditional love are the priority both in the classroom and in life.
With our exceptional teachers, a class at Washington Yoga Center, will leave you calm and looking forward to your next practice. Through a variety of yoga styles, large offering of classes throughout the day, and many level options, you are sure to find what your body and mind seek, right here at Washington Yoga Center.
Unity Woods DC studio is now co-located with us on the 4th floor. Both studios are working together with our respective students for the benefit of the Washington DC yoga community.