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Evidence-based classes and services integrating the wisdom & knowledge of yoga with western medicine.


  • Pelvic pain

  • Incontinence

  • Prolapse

  • Constipation

  • Dysmenorrhea

  • Cancer recovery

  • Persistent pain

  • Back pain

  • Shoulder pain

  • Trauma & pain

  • Mommy & baby wellness

  • and more!

Designed by physical therapists for physical therapists & their clients.

As a practicing physical therapist and yoga instructor for over 20 years, I have seen the many benefits of incorporating yoga into treatment of care.

I've created Yoga Therapeutics to teach health professionals and their patients how to use safe, gentle yoga, polyvagal, and somatic techniques to treat short-term and chronic issues to return to optimum health.

The classes are easy to follow and fun!

In wellness, 

Laurie VanCott, MSPT


More about Laurie...

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We will let you know when we have officially launched and when each new class becomes available. 

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Consulting Services

  • Laurie consults with hospitals, private clinics, and public & private organizations that are interested in offering yoga and meditation wellness programs to their patients and staff. 

  • Her mind-body approach utilizes evidence-based tools to support the organizations to create a culture of wellness, work better together, and provide staff with stress-reduction techniques. 

  • She is also available to educate staff on methods to create holistic wellness programs that incorporate yoga and mindfulness into your practice.

For information on private, corporate & organizational consulting or training engagements, please email 


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May 20-21, 2023

Yoga & Meditation for Pelvic Health

This interactive webinar course is designed to help deepen your knowledge of yoga and meditation as interventions for a variety of pelvic health conditions including pregnancy/postpartum, urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, pelvic organ prolapse, osteoporosis, and functional bowel disorders.


You will learn about the parallels of the ancient traditions with modern-day medicine along with new research supporting the use of mindfulness and movement strategies for a variety of conditions that are seen in pelvic physical therapy practices.


Through the experiential teachings in this webinar, you will have an improved grasp of how and when to use different yoga poses as well as the language that can be used to foster a deeper mind-body connection in your patients.

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