We partner with select brain injury rehabilitation facilities to offer our yoga program directly to their patients. Also, to extend the continuum of care for the TBI community, we create alliances with local hospitals, brain injury rehabilitation facilities, and clinicians who share information about our community-based program with their patients.


Yoga and meditation are increasingly recognized as evidence-based healing modalities, including for TBI. To support people with TBI to heal and thrive throughout their continuum of care, we have two ways we partner with health care providers. First, we train and support select brain injury rehab facilities to become Clinical Affiliates to integrate our yoga program into their services. These partnerships serve as a foundation for TBI patients to learn yoga and meditation skills, and then, when ready, transition into our yoga program at their local studio. Second, we work together to create referral pathways to our community-based program at yoga studios so that patients can continue their healing process once they return to their community. 

interested in offering lyb yoga in your clinical services? 

We train and support Clinical Affiliates to integrate our 6-week FUNdamentals series curriculum into their rehabilitation therapy offerings:

  • The program is appropriate for those who want to join a skills-based group for stress management, focused attention, physical activity, and social connection.

  • We work with each facility to adapt the program to fit their patient demographic's unique needs.

  • We work with each facility to identify changes to the eligibility criteria (e.g., expand to acquired brain injury patients) and to establish data collection procedures.

  • There is an annual licensing fee to cover the costs of the program development and implementation.


To apply to be considered for our Clinical Affiliate program, please:

1. Review our LYB Clinical Affiliate guidelines

2. Complete our Clinical Affiliate Application 

Our current LYB Affiliates include:


Sinai Hospital

2401 W. Belvedere Ave. Baltimore, MD 21215

To sign up, contact: Mark Huslage, LCSW-C, CBIST

Coordinator, Brain Injury Programs at LifeBridge Health

(p): 410-601-0787  (e): Mhuslage@lifebridgehealth.org

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Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana (RHI)

4141 Shore Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46254

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Texas NeuroRehab

1106 W Dittmar Rd, Austin, TX 78745

To sign up, contact Kate Bero: Kate.Bero@uhsinc.com



6404 N 70th Plz  Omaha, Nebraska

To sign up, contact Megan Potter:  megan.potter@qliomaha.com or call 402-573-3700

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Origami Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center 

3181 Sandhill Road, Mason, Michigan

To sign up, contact Amanda Carr:   amanda.carr@origamirehab.org


clinical affilitaes in Canada


Neuromotion Victoria

100-775 Topaz Avenue Victoria, BC V8T 4Z7

To sign up, contact Lynn at lynn@neuromotionphysio.com  or call (250) 590-7878


Neuromotion Vancouver

1688 West 6th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6J 1R3

To sign up, contact Emily at emily@neuromotionphysio.com or call (604) 732-8500


Neuromotion Surrey 

203-13737 96th Avenue, Surrey BC V3V 0C6

To sign up, contact Anne, Clinic Manager, at anne@neuromotionphysio.com or call (778) 293-3322

"The FUNdamentals series has a perfect blend of physical, cognitive, and emotional components to enhance the rehabilitation process and aide in healing after a brain injury. We have witnessed the comraderie that is built amongst the participants to be very powerful and meaningful. LoveYourBrain has created a highly effective and well organized service to brain injury survivors. As the first clinical site to offer the FUNdamentals series, we felt confident and prepared because of the training and ongoing education that was provided."

- Amanda Carr, OTR/L, ATP, CBIS, Clinical Manager, Origami Rehab Center

"I'm so impressed by how the program is rooted in such solid science and how LYB is giving back to science simultaneously. (Side note: I have been citing the Dartmouth study in presentations over the past year; I had no idea it was the LYB program - I almost fell off my mat!) I've been involved in the brain health field for most of the past decade, and unfortunately, far too many programs and interventions are backed by questionable science, unfounded claims and "wooey" theories. Nothing wooey about what you guys are doing!! Thank you so much for all of the courage and hard work that you have put into this program."

- Sherrie All, PhD Chicago Center for Cognitive Wellness

how can clinicians raise awareness about local LYB programs?

Join our cadre of Clinical Connectors! This is a network of clinicians working in TBI rehabilitation that have agreed to raise awareness among colleagues in their health service about local the LYB Yoga program. We believe partnering with clinicians is critical to the sustainability and expansion of our community-based program. Learn more about how to become a Clinical Connector, and apply here

Deborah Fournier, APRN

Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, NH

Shannan Asselta, SLP

Crozer Keystone Health Care, PA

Anne Brady, MSPT

 Morristown Medical Center, NJ

Tina D'Amato, DO

Center for Integrative Therapy, VT

Lauren McGee, DPT

Shepherd Center, GA

Ira Keefer, DPT

Scripps Encinitas, CA

Debbie Moore, Recreation Therapist

Sharp Rehab Center, CA

Erika Silverman

University of Pennsylvania Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, PA

Suzanne Wolfe, OT

Shepherd Center, GA

Ariella Ahlzadeh, SLP

Shepherd Center & Pathways, GA

Barbara Capone, PT

Barrows Neurological Institute, AZ

Katie Weathers, DPT

Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, NH

Jackie Thomas, DPT

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, PA

Megan Potter, DPT


Margot Catizzone, PT

Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, Canada

Jennifer O'Neil, PT

Action Potential Rehabilitation, Canada

Kelly Krese, PT     

ShirleyRyan Ability Lab        Chicago, IL

Sherrie All, PhD

Chicago Center for Cognitive Wellness

Mandie Schake, MOTR/L

Northern Colorado Rehabilitation Hospital

Wendy Waldman, Local Support Network Leader

Department of Resource Facilitation, RHI-NeuroRehabilitation Center


Yes! You can download a one-page overview with details about our program. These resources are designed to be easy-to-read and understand. They provide an overview of the program, how to sign up, and some of the evidence about the benefits of yoga and meditation for the TBI community.

“I’ve worked in healthcare almost 15 years and it isn’t a system that is designed for providing a continuum of care for people. I, like many rehab therapists, are often disheartened to send our patients out into the busy world without a “plan” that will continue to facilitate healing. This program fills the gap and is needed everywhere.”

- Andrea Kessler, PT, DPT, OTR/L