Kimmy Moss

Originally from Northern Virginia, Kimmy is a high-voltage human with a passion for optimal experience. She has a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Communication from George Mason University, where she was a two-sport NCAA Division I athlete (soccer & track), and taught communication courses for four years. After college, Kimmy spent a decade coaching and teaching in Virginia prior to moving to California. She is an NLP Practitioner, XPT Level 3 Coach, CrossFit Level 2 Trainer, and was the 2018 Virginia State High School Coach of the Year, where she led her soccer team to a state title in her second year as head coach. Kimmy created and currently runs the Breath & Exposure program at DEUCE Gym. Committed to a lifetime of better understanding human perception, Kimmy is enthusiastic about teaching others how breath, exposure and movement can help them live healthier, more peaceful lives.

Accepting Messiness, A Practice

“Anything that starts intellectually usually sucks.”  I heard this a few week’s back while on a walk, listening to Bruce Springsteen talk about his creative process on a podcast. You know those moments when you feel like you’re hearing exactly what you need to hear, at exactly the right time? Well, this was that. So naturally, I went home

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Forward Movement is Forward Movement

Hey, you. You, that started 2021 with a new habit or goal. You, that made a conscious intention to do or to be better, (or different) than before.. Let’s check-in for a moment.  Here we are, two weeks into January, and have you hit a speedbump or two by now? Whether you have or you haven’t, I’m

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Functional Directness

Each time you communicate with someone else, you have the opportunity to deliver your message on a spectrum of directness, ranging from extremely specific to extremely ambiguous. No right or wrong here; rather, understanding the most appropriate degree of directness – per the specific context & relationship at play – would reflect the strategy that

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Breath Force Dexterity

Learning how to superventilate and increase the length of your max breath hold is cool, but one critical component to improving breath performance that often flies under the radar is the ability for one to control the force of their breath.  Breath Force Dexterity (at least, that’s what we’re calling it for Breath & Exposure) refers to the ability

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You Didn’t Miss the Boat

If you’ve ever felt behind – like you missed your opportunity to do something extraordinary – this one’s for you. First of all, it’s not too late. (So keep reading, please.) Second of all, I’ve got a short story & a simple reframe to prove it. Short story: several months ago, at the end of

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