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Judith Hanson Lasater, Ph.D., Physical Therapist, has been teaching yoga since 1971.
She trains students and teachers throughout the United States as well as abroad,
is one of the founders of Yoga Journal magazine,
and is president of the California Yoga Teachers Association.
She has written eight books.



In her upcoming ninth book, Restorative yoga teacher Judith Hanson Lasater, offers a program of yoga poses to help rebalance your mind and body and counteract the effects of chronic stress.

Restorative yoga, says Judith Hanson Lasater, is active relaxation. It makes use of props to create positions of ease and comfort that facilitate relaxation and health.


Judith Hanson Lasater, Ph.d. in East-West Psychology and physical therapist has taught yoga around the world since 1971.  She is a founder of the Iyengar Yoga Institute in San Francisco, CA, as well as of Yoga Journal magazine.  

Ms. Lasater trains yoga teachers in virtually every state of the United States, and is often an invited guest at international yoga conventions.  She is president emeritus of the California Yoga Teachers' Association as well as the author of numerous articles on yoga and health for nationally recognized magazines.  

Her most recent book is Restore and Rebalance: Yoga for Deep Relaxation, Shambhala Press, December, 2017. A complete list of Ms. Lasater's nine books can be found here. She has also created numerous digital courses about teaching and practicing yoga.

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