Tatyana Souza

As a PhD of Immunology and an E-RYT 500, Tatyana Souza weaves together seamlessly her health and body knowledge from eastern and western traditions. Inspired by the mental benefits of consistent yoga practice and by her family, Tatyana left her career in the pharmaceutical industry to co-found Coolidge Yoga in Brookline and in the Boston South End to spread this knowledge and skillset to her community.


A dreamer and believer in the "good", Tatyana wanted to lead by example for her little boys. She believes that yoga is the catalyst for personal and global change and hopes to make an impact in her community and the world by creating a warm, sacred space where yoga students can move, connect, and cultivate much needed stillness and breath in their daily life.

Tatyana's teaching is currently inspired by Kate Gillespie, Matt Phippen, Schuyler Grant, Tias Little, Noah Maze and Annie Carpenter. She gracefully weaves together creative sequencing with well informed alignment cues to facilitate a fluid yet safe experience focusing on strength, mobility and breath-based flow. She uses compassionate, intuitive, as well as, alignment-focused touch to allow students to feel supported, safe and sacred in their asana practice and in their bodies.