Dr. 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 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 was recognized by the APTAnj with an Excellence in Clinical Teaching Award. Lori teaches basic and advanced anatomy workshops for people who want to be yoga instructors or who are interested in enhancing their knowledge.

Lori feels fortunate to be able to combine her love of yoga with her profession as a health care provider.  She is often referred to as a village healer, combining years of experience and training to bring a holistic approach to each and every issue.  Lori’s background in neurolinguistics programming and hypnosis melds nicely with her training as a physical therapist, her yogic approach to patient care and her practice of seeing people individually.  She is the mother of 5 wonderful children who have given her many opportunities to put her varied trainings into practice!

When Lori is not seeing patients, teaching PT students, teaching yoga or anatomy workshops, or being a mom, she enjoys travel, reading, hiking, volunteer work, studying spiritual texts, and spending time with friends and family.  She has been blessed with the opportunity to teach in the UK, Costa Rica, India, Israel, etc allowing her to combine her love of yoga and anatomy with her interest in travel.  She has also been blessed with the opportunity to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania – a definite highlight of her hiking career.

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