What is MOGA?
Moga is a performance based yoga and mobility program.  We provide a combination of deep stretch yoga, thai yoga massage, and foam rollers into a small class environment that will enhance long term performance and improve quality of life.

We work with our athletes to increase flexibility, shape lean muscle and sharpen mental focus.

Moga athletes build strength and endurance while reducing stress, recovery time and injury risk to maximize athletic performance.

We believe that body position and correct alignment are critical to functional movement.  We will always provide assisted instruction in every class to make sure each individual is given the attention they deserve and need.

Backgrounds:

Beth Lange

Beth has had a passion for health and fitness her entire life. She was introduced to yoga over 10 years ago and has been practicing ever since. Deep stretch has become Beth’s favorite practice because it helps relax her mind and gives her the ability to keep up with her active lifestyle, which mostly includes Crossfit, running, and backpacking.

Beth competed at a National level in year round swimming and took up running in college. After college, Beth pursued her love for an active lifestyle and started her career as a personal trainer and nutrition consultant.  She is currently well experienced in Thai Yoga Massage, holds certifications in Yoga, Crossfit Mobility,  Level 1 Crossfit Training.

Emily "Breeze" Ross

Always driven by the passion and exhilaration of an active lifestyle, Emily Breeze has participated in competitive, including NCAA  Division 1 sports and recreational events throughout her life. She graduated from Winthrop University with a degree in education and taught in the public school system for 4 years.  Also, she attended Southeastern Institute to become a certified and licensed Bodywork and Massage Therapist (9906).

Her love of running, yoga, and Crossfit led to an interest in Thai Yoga Bodywork. She has completed numerous training sessions in Thai Bodywork and has been owner and operator of Clear Thai Yoga Bodywork in Charlotte, NC since 2009 (Registered Thai Therapist # 1798-11-A).  Specializing in working with both professional and competitive high-level athletes, her practice places an emphasis on increasing flexibility and range of motion in all areas of the body.

Additionally, Emily Breeze is trained and certified in Yoga and Crossfit Mobility.

Who can benefit?
EVERYONE, from the professional athlete that took a hard tackle in Sunday’s game, the stay at home parent training for triathlons, to the person working at a computer all day, or someone that just wants to get out of bed in the morning without aches and pains.

How can our classes shape the performance of people?  
Performance is shaped by increased flexibility and greater range of motion which allows for quick, powerful movement. MOGA also builds strength and endurance while reducing stress, recovery time, and injury risk.

How does someone get started?
All you need is yourself, a mat, and comfortable clothes- we provide the rest. Flexibility is the goal, not a prerequisite! Please visit our website www.mogacharlotte.com for pricing and class schedule.

How long have you two been involved with CrossFit and what are your favorite workouts:
Breeze: 1 1/2 years and I love running(distance/sprints), long chipper WODS, and HEAVY squats!

Beth: 1 1/2 years and my favorite WODS are metcons and chippers. I also enjoy throwing around heavy weights every now and then!

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