Britton Darby, yoga teacher, consultant, entrepreneur, wellness industry expert. Britton brings a unique perspective to yoga, a passion for expanding its reach, and an innate, proven ability to apply passion and vision to practical endeavors. Ms. Darby’s approach to yoga is founded in a fundamental understanding and love of the body and movement based on her early career as a professional dancer and her academic studies in anatomy and medical anthropology. She has taught yoga and movement classes around the world, from Singapore to Trinidad and Tobago, to Toronto, Montreal and New York.
Darby co-founded and built the highly successful Modo Yoga NYC (West Village) studio from the ground up, where Britton’s leadership in teacher development was a key factor. Among many accolades, in 2013 Modo NYC was named “Hottest Yoga Studio in NYC” by Vogue. Britton has over 12 years of well-rounded experience in the Health & Wellness Industry including a decade spent working in the Moksha / Modo Yoga brand. At Modo NYC, in addition to her strategic contributions as a co-founder, Britton served as the Director of Teacher Development, Lead Teacher and worked in Systems Management.
Looking for further ways to apply her skills to help yoga reach its global potential, in 2015 Britton brought her expertise and entrepreneurial spirit to the strategic advisory department at YAMA Talent where she currently works as a Health and Wellness industry consultant. Darby is a teacher’s teacher at heart, passionate about guiding fellow teachers from all styles of yoga and wellness to serve at their highest level. Britt believes that healing global injustices & generational trauma, starts with healing oneself through self care practices - making yoga studios invaluable in our world today. Ms. Darby was a professional dancer with the Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre and danced from the age of three to twenty-two (performing and touring worldwide). Britt is a 1500 hour certified yoga teacher and studied Dance and Anatomy at LADMMI Institute, and Medical Anthropology at Concordia University. She has been featured in The New York Times, Marie Claire Magazine, Vogue.com and Well and Good.