Lori Rubenstein Fazzio, DPT, PT, MAppSc, CYT, YTRX has a in Physical Therapy from Boston University, an Advanced Masters Degree in Manipulative Therapy from the University of South Australia, and received her doctorate from Massachusetts General Institute of Health Professions. She is on faculty at Mount St. Mary's College Doctoral Program of Physical Therapy and has appeared on "Good Morning America".
Dr. Rubenstein Fazzio began practicing Yoga in 1993. She has studied with Sri Ramaswami, Swami Veda Bharati of the Himalayan Institute, Dr. Larry Payne, Dr. Richard Miller and Dr. Matthew Taylor and many others since she began teacher trainings in 2000. Interested in the scientific applications of Yoga Practices on health, she was the lead investigator with Dr. Ellen Langer at Harvard University in a randomized control study entitled “Effect of Mindfulness on Memory and Function in Chronic Pain Sufferers”. In 2011 and 2015 she presented her work in Neuroplasticity, “Neuroplastic Yoga for Chronic Pain” at the Symposium for Yoga Therapy and Research and was a Plenary speaker at the 2015 SYTAR conference presenting on the future of Yoga Therapy. Lori has been teaching in Loyola Marymount University's Yoga Therapy Rx since 2008 and is the Associate and Clinical Director of Level IV where she mentors students in an interdisciplinary chronic pain program at the Simms Mann Venice Family Clinic. She is on faculty in Loyola Marymount University's Masters of Yoga Studies program where she teaches Anatomy and Physiology. Lori is the founder and owner of Mosaic Physical Therapy in Los Angeles