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Our MOGA Team

Our mission is to support you on the mat because we understand exactly what you are going through –we are all moms too

Tessa Hutton, Owner – MOGA Kelowna 

RYT-200

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Tessa was entranced by Yoga in her very first class 3 years ago and fell for the practice immensely. After experiencing the transcending shift Yoga gifted to her life she decided to take her 200 YTT training in November of 2016.  She thrives to change, uplift and support her students in each of their own unique paths of life.  She is thrilled to be a part of the MOGA community and hopes to connect and grow with each student (little & tall) through the love of Yoga.

Kelly Van Montfoort, Studio Manager Kelowna & Chief Operating Officer MOGA 

BCRPA Pre/Post Natal Specialist, BCRPA Personal Trainer, RYT -200

 

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With 20 years of experience in fitness, Kelly is uniquely qualified to separate myth from fact and get students on the right track. She is a highly skilled personal trainer and yoga instructor, with a gift for helping students improve fitness levels, even in the most chaotic times in life. You can expect to work hard in her class, but leave feeling accomplished!

Hannah Day, Lead Yoga Instructor & MOGA Trainer 

RYT-200, RPYT

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Hannah is a nurturer and a connector. She recently returned to the Okanagan after living and teaching yoga in downtown Toronto for over three years. Hannah specializes in teaching prenatal yoga, and is honored to connect moms to their babies and bodies in a playful and joyful way, guiding them to find their inner goddesses. She is a proud mom to a beautiful baby girl!

Daytona Hunter, Instructor 

RYT-200

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Amy Rauscher,  B.Com, MBA – Founder & CEO

Can Fit Pro – Pre & Post Natal Fitness Specialist, Personal Training Specialist, Fitness Instructor Specialist, BCRPA Yoga Fitness, BCRPA Personal Trainer, BCRPA Group Fitness & BCRPA Weight 

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Amy Rauscher founded MOGA while on maternity leave with a few mats she purchased from Wal-Mart and a space in her local maternity clinic. The yoga classes were offered free of charge, simply asking that moms bring a food or monetary donation for Mamas for Mamas. Amy had three goals for MOGA; 1) Create a non-judgemental community for moms; 2) Move away from the “get your body back” mentality, instead focusing on functional fitness; 3) Connect with the local community in a meaningful way.

Today, we are so grateful to have our own space, Studio M, shared with other amazing local female entrepreneurs.

 

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