Lynn Stoller

Lynn has a special interest in war-related sensory processing disorders and yoga as a treatment modality.  She has trained yoga instructors and health professionals in sensory-based techniques for combat stress and PTSD since 2008.  Lynn is co-investigator and first author of the Iraq yoga study, “Effects of Sensory-Enhanced Yoga on Symptoms of Combat Stress in Deployed Military Personnel” (Stoller et al, Jan/Feb 2012 AJOT)  for which she was honored with the 2013 AOTA Cordelia Myers Writer’s Award. Her program, Sensory-Enhanced Yoga® for Self-Regulation & Trauma Healing evolved from the highly successful treatment protocol used in the study which Lynn co-developed.  Lynn has been a faculty member of Warriors at Ease since 2011.  Lynn is also an occupational therapist at Cotting School, Lexington, MA, where she first discovered the healing power of yoga for those who have anxiety, ADD, and related ANS disorders.  She has been teaching therapeutic yoga classes for veterans in her local community for many years, and has been an invited guest speaker for professional groups and veterans organizations.

Lynn is co-investigator and first author of the Iraq yoga study, “Effects of Sensory-Enhanced Yoga on Symptoms of Combat Stress in Deployed Military Personnel.”

 

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