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Deborah Geiger teaches Structural, and Wall Yoga with an emphasis on improving posture and range of motion to live a pain-free life. She is an RYT 500 graduate of The Institue of Interdisciplinary Yoga Studies, studying under the direction of Renee DeTar. She is a co-founder and administrator of the Dharma House School of Yoga and teaches yoga at the Muchnic Art Gallery & LifePoint Yoga. Currently, Deborah is studying yoga therapeutics at KC Yoga Therapy under the direction of Renee DeTar. She has also studied under Dr. Ray Long, Bryan Legere, Maylo Anderson, and Christy Harris. Deborah's natural ability to perceive structural imbalance combined with her gentle approach creates a safe space for self-discovery. Her classes free the body and mind to live your best life possible.
Christy began the study of yoga with Rama Joyti Vernon in 2014. This strong foundation in yoga philosophy, deeply rooted in the yoga sutras, has been the foundation of her training in understanding the yogic perspective of how the mind works in conjunction with the body, breath, and emotions. Christy got her Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist certificate from the Himalayan Institute and completed Advanced Studies from The Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies In 2017. She completed the KC Yoga Therapy Program in 2020. She is a Certified Archetypal Consultant through CMED Institute with Caroline Myss. She has earned her Level 3 CPD Award in Animal Assisted Therapy, and also holds a Certificate in Therapeutic Art. Christy is continuing her education through The American Institute of Vedic Studies and is a current student of Dr. David Frawly.
She is a co-founder and lead trainer at the Dharma House School of Yoga, RYS 200, the foundation of the IIYS teacher training program and teaches yoga at the Muchnic Art Gallery. Christy guides and supports her students with humor and compassion. She combines her knowledge of Ayurveda and yoga with the ability to interpret archetypal patterns to identify patterns in the body, mind, and psyche that contribute to presenting symptoms in daily life. Christy lives on her small goat farm where she enjoys preserving the beauty and integrity found in the artistry of living close to the earth, growing food, working with herbs, and creating natural products from her beloved goat's milk.
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