It is my calling to guide others toward a healthier life.


The body wants to heal itself, but the change begins with action from you.

“Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.”

 Maya Angelou

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I took my first yoga class nearly 10 years ago—uncoordinated, unaware, and unable to touch my toes.

Through practice, yoga transformed my body. The postures gave me a physical strength that translated to mental strength. Hatha yoga has given me the tools to continually heal myself, in both body and mind.

I knew that I needed to pass this gift on to others.

I received my 200 hour certification from Yoga Oasis in Tucson after being the recipient of the full Elizabeth Blue Scholarship. I owe everything to my teachers Darren Rhodes, Brigette Finely, Stephani Lindsey, NamasDave, Keelyn Riley, the great B.K.S. Iyengar and all of the countless others who have influenced my unique teaching style. An alignment-based hatha, vinyasa fusion inspired by yogaHour called tatiYoga.

tatiYoga:  celebratory movement infused with intuition and intention.

Finding flexibility, gaining strength, and surpassing all physical and mental limitations are what this practice offers. I believe that these benefits are attainable by anyone who is willing to simply show up and be open to the process.

About Tatiana:

I have a degree in journalism from the University of Arizona and currently write about translational bioscience research for the BIO5 Institute. I am a RYT-200 Hatha Yoga certified teacher, SUP instructor, eternal student, public health activist, movement enthusiast, and wellness advocate.

Meditation, dance, nature, travel, camping, furry friends, and good vegetarian cooking are a few other things that make my heart happy.

Currently based in Portland, Oregon.

Please feel free to reach out:

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Email: tatiana.s.tomich@ gmail.com

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