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YogiAnatomy teaches health professionals how to integrate yoga into rehabilitation and yoga teachers about anatomy. We offer easy-to-understand explanations of yoga science and provide continuing education on topics including anatomy and yogic approaches for improving physical and mental health.  


YogiAnatomy is an accredited yoga school offering 200-hour teacher trainings for healthcare professionals and is a certified provider of continuing education for yoga teachers.

Dr. Lori Zucker
Lori S Zucker

Lori S. Zucker, PT, DPT, MA, CYT has been a physical therapist for over 30 years and a dedicated yogi since 2001. She is primarily a clinician who has been integrating complementary therapies, yoga, and yogic principles into her practice for many years. Lori has been an adjunct professor at Rutgers University’s physical therapy program for over 20 years helping to bring a clinical perspective to new generations of physical therapists. She is a certified cannabis educator helping to advise patients and healthcare professionals on the use of medical marijuana. She was recognized by the APTAnj with an Excellence in Clinical Teaching Award. Lori teaches nationally and internationally on a variety of subjects.

Dr. Ellen Z Anderson
Ellen Zambo Anderson

Ellen Zambo Anderson, PT, PhD, GCS, RYT has been a physical therapist for 40 years and a yogi for half of that. She has a PhD in health sciences and is a professor emerita of physical therapy from Rutgers University with a strong background in therapeutic exercise. Ellen has written a book, several articles, and many several chapters on the use of mindful and complementary therapies in rehabilitation. She is a certified and registered yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance and enjoys teaching classes for persons new to yoga or those wanting to practice yoga in ways that can address their physical and mental well-being. She teaches anatomy for yoga teacher trainings and is highly regarded for her incorporation of yoga into plans of care for people with mental health concerns.

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