The speakers from Day 1 return, joined by exceptional yoga therapists to present experiential master classes and intensive trainings.

We are thrilled to announce that Robin Carnes will be joining us to present on Therapeutic Yoga, PTSD and Integrative Medicine. It is with sadness that we note that Heather Mason is unable to join us this year, as originally scheduled.


9:30–12:15 Master Classes and Intensives

(CHOOSE ONE INTENSIVE)

  • Loren Fishman: Yoga as Therapy for Lower Back Pain
  • Judith Hanson Lasater: Restorative Yoga
  • Sat Bir Khalsa: Mind-Body Medicine, Yoga and Sleep:  Science and Practice
  • ROBIN CARNES: Therapeutic Yoga, PTSD and Integrative Medicine
  •  JJ Gormley: Yoga As Therapy for Metabolic Syndrome​
  • Steffany Moonaz: A Whole-person approach to Yoga for Arthritis    and Rheumatic Conditions: Steps toward Transformation


12:15–1:30 Lunchtime Roundtable Discussions

1:30–3:00 Master Classes and Intensives

   When you register you must CHOOSE ONE of these sessions*


  1. Loren Fishman: Yoga for Scoliosis 
  2. Jane Stelboum: Yoga for Alzheimer’s Prevention and Treatment
  3. Sat Bir Khalsa:  Mind-Body Medicine, Yoga & Sleep: Science & Practice
  4. ROBIN CARNES: Therapeutic Yoga for PTSD as Integrative Medicine
  5. JJ Gormley: Yoga As Therapy for Metabolic Syndrome
  6. Steffany Moonaz: A Whole-person approach to Yoga for Arthritis and Rheumatic Conditions: Steps to Transformation, Research Evidence and Integration of Care


3:00-4:30 Master Classes and Intensives

When you register you must CHOOSE ONE of these sessions*


  1. Loren Fishman:  Yoga for Rotator Cuff Syndrome
  2. Jane Stelboum: Yoga for Alzheimer’s Prevention and Treatment
  3. Sat Bir Khalsa: Yoga & Modern Medicine: How does it Practically Fit In? 
  4. ROBIN CARNES: Therapeutic Yoga for PTSD as Integrative Medicine
  5. JJ Gormley: Yoga As Therapy for Metabolic Syndrome
  6. Steffany Moonaz: A Whole-person approach to Yoga for Arthritis and Rheumatic Conditions: Research Evidence and Integration of Care


*We shall make every effort to provide you with your first choices; seating is limited and requests will be granted first come, first served. Some participants will be observers, some will be on mats.


 4:30  Closing Meditation

Steffany Moonaz

Loren Fishman

We are delighted and inspired by the ongoing support of John Kepner and the International Association of Yoga Therapists, and invite you to visit their website to learn more about yoga therapy www.IAYT.org

Jane Stelboum

Jnani Chapman

JJ Gormley

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT INFORMATION:

Continuing education credit  (CEU) will be available for yoga teachers and yoga therapists. 
Continuing medical education (CME) credit for physicians, physician's assistants and physical therapists has been approved by the George Washington University School of Medicine and Behavioral Sciences.
Continuing education credit for psychologists, social workers, counselors and mental health practitioners has been applied for ~ please check with us again soon for an up-date.

Robin Carnes

presented by Smithsonian Associates                  Washington, DC - March 25–26, 2017​
& Therapeutic Yoga of Greater Washington

Judith Hanson Lasater

Sat Bir Khalsa

Yoga as

Lifestyle Medicine

Day Two: March 26th  9:30 am-5:00 pm Master Classes and Intensive Trainings
presented by Therapeutic Yoga of Greater Washington and her partners