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Tennis British Columbia #200 – 112 East 3rd Avenue Vancouver, BC V5T 1C8
Gregg Eschelmuller has been teaching tennis at the WVTC since 2016. He has completed his undergraduate degree in kinesiology and health sciences, and is currently a Master of Science student at the University of British Columbia. His research focuses on how the nervous system controls human movement.