Barbara Ann Moss, DO, MPH, FACOFP has a full scope osteopathic family practice at the Maine-Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency in Augusta, Maine. She trained and performed as Chief Resident at the Maine-Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency after completing medical school at the University of Health Sciences, School of Osteopathic Medicine in Kansas City, MO. She has a Masters in Public Health from Boston University and uses these skills to direct the Community Medicine Curriculum at the Maine-Dartmouth Residency and engage in local community public health efforts. For 10 years she was Director of Osteopathic Medical Education and Director of the Osteopathic Family Practice program at the Maine-Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency and continues to teach and encourage residents to perform Osteopathic Manipulation in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. She is C-NMM/OMM and is currently a candidate for FAAO under the sponsorship of Dr. Doris Newman, DO. In 1995, Dr. Moss was awarded her 120-hour Yoga Teacher training certificate at the Sivananda World Headquarters in Val Morin, Quebec. She also completed a 40-hour Yoga as Medicine certificate program taught by Dr. Tim McCall, MD in Ranch Valley, CA, a 40 hour Yoga as Medicine course with Dr. Bir Singh Khalsa at Kripalu, and a Pulse Diagnosis course with Dr. Vasant Lad. In 2013 she travelled to the Indian Himalayas and participated in a two-week Sadhana Intensive program where she furthered her study of Pranayama and Yoga Sutras. Dr. Moss continues with her personal home practice of pranayama, yoga asanas and meditation as well as frequently attending yoga retreats to refresh and rebalance. She has been the founding director of the OMM: Osteopathy and Yoga program since its inception in October 2017, with the fifth annual conference for 15 CPE scheduled for 10/22-24/2022.