Tash Papachristoforou teaches Functional Anatomy at the Modo Yoga Teacher Trainings.
She completed her Modo training in Montreal in 2012.
A student of yoga since 2005, she has also completed several hundred hours of study in Vinyasa yoga with One Yoga (Ryan Leier).
Tash is a registered physiotherapist, and received her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy at Dalhousie University (Halifax) in 2012. She has taught human anatomy and physiology at the post-graduate level, and is a clinical instructor/mentor for UBC’s Faculty of Medicine and Physiotherapy program.
Her intention is to marry the fields of anatomy, biomechanics, and exercise science with the traditional wisdom and transformative power of yoga. She loves adapting yoga for every body, and wants all students to feel the joy of movement and the peace found in stillness.
A lover of all things human-powered and outdoors, you can find her mountain biking, trail running, snowboarding/splitboarding, or climbing when not on her mat. Ask her about whole foods and pottery—her other passions 🙂