Therapeutic Yoga   -

welcome to the original home of
Therapeutic Yoga of Greater Washington
and since 2014,
Virginia's Eastern Shore

Linda Lang, therapeutic instructor since 2000,
brings yogic practices into the community
with private and group classes,
community initiatives such as the Memory Café,
symposia and seminars, workshops and retreats.
Offering teacher training and mentoring for
yoga professionals, physicians and health care providers
to educate, promote leadership and inspire!
 

Seminars & Symposia

Yoga As Lifestyle Medicine
returns
to the Smithsonian Institution

YOGA FOR HEALTHY LIVING:
 Embracing Change and Transitions
October 28th, 29th and 30th

Podcasts:
Podcasts through Changing the Face of Yoga:
Yoga Goals for Mature Students click here

You can listen to her March 2017 interview with Paul Volgelzang  on the The - Not Old - Better Show


 Publications:

The May 2017 issue of Washingtonian Magazine
features the work of Linda Lang
as a yoga therapist working with older adults.

Current Schedules
in Cabin John & on the Shore
 
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 And, if you are a yoga therapist or therapeutic instructor, please consider being listed on our
Regional Directory of Therapeutic Yoga Teachers and Therapists


Therapeutic Yoga of Greater Washington shares yogic practices and philosophy with people of all ages and abilities, and attracts healthcare professionals who share an interest in the field of yoga as a highly effective modality for integrative medicine.

This organization exists to:
  • create high visibility for the practice of yoga as a therapeutic partner in modern medicine by building professional partnerships
  • promote "yoga as lifestyle medicine"
  • provide high quality therapeutic yoga instruction, the best of educational offerings, seminars, workshops and symposia on the subjects of therapeutic yoga and integrative medicine.

I seek uncommon partnerships with  medical schools and hospitals, mental health centers, non-profit associations and institutions to share the vision that all people who define themselves as a "patient" will also identify themselves as a "student"...

To identify with the wholeness of life, not simply a diagnosis.
To remain open to possibilities throughout a life time,
rather than living with a diminished sense of self.

We work together, you and I, on and off the yoga mat,
to create lives of meaning.



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