Bessel van der Kolk
Mary Lou Galantino
*Dr. Ornish will appear by video conference.
Sat Bir Khalsa
New, September 29. Follow the SYR 2010 Blog by Julie Deife. The blog starts Friday, Oct 1.
New, September 16. Transportation options from Scranton.
New, September 7. The Himalayan Institute has been able to add a little more capacity and so registration has re-opened to a new maxium of 200. Please call HI to register. HI has also provided a new list of recommended lodging off campus.
This historic meeting is the first comprehensive and widely publicized academic research meeting in the West devoted to Yoga therapy research. This historic meeting is the first comprehensive and widely publicized academic research meeting in the West devoted to Yoga therapy research.
• Yoga research oral and poster presentations by leading scientists
• Opportunities to interact and dialogue with active yoga researchers
• A comprehensive preconference workshop on the basics of yoga research
SYR is a single track academic research meeting that will include keynote speakers,
Lorenzo Cohen, Dean Ornish, Shirley Telles, and Bessel van der Kolk, invited oral presentations from other senior researchers,
multiple poster sessions and ample opportunities to interact with other scientists, experts and professionals in the field.
Yoga Research 101, a preconference workshop on the basics of yoga research offers a unique opportunity for research trainees, yoga instructors,
and therapists to learn the basics of Yoga research, establish connections for possible future research projects and meet professional researchers and colleagues.
Hosted by the Himalayan Institute (HI), and nestled in the Poconos mountains, the academic experience will be enriched by the environment, which is not only beautiful and inspiring, but home to a tradition and community invested in the practice and scientific inquiry of yoga.
Lodging at HI is modest, but quite economical, and includes tasty vegetarian meals and full access to campus amenities. Special arrangements have been made to encourage guests to come early or stay over in order to take full advantage of their visit.