Don’t Miss the Most Exciting Yoga Therapy Event of the Year!
IAYT’s SYTAR features the wide-ranging education you need for rich professional and personal development, along with plenty of opportunities for networking with yoga therapy colleagues, researchers, and other experts.
We are looking forward to learning and connecting with you in person in 2022! We're also pleased to offer a virtual option for those who are not able to travel.
SYTAR 2022 PROMOTES ACCESS with TUITION DISCOUNTS - if you are a person of the global majority (PGM), a 50% tuition discount is available to you if you feel it is helpful or supportive. PGM refers to the more than 80% of the world's population who are Black, indigenous and/or of color. Attendees from countries identified as low or lower-middle income by the World Bank can also receive a discount.
For VIRTUAL use code WBPGMV; for IN-PERSON use WBPGM at checkout.
Yoga philosophy front and center at SYTAR 2022 with Dr. Shyam Ranganathan—don’t miss it!
A spectrum of practice at SYTAR 2022
Covering a wide range of yoga therapy perspectives and applications, this year's in-person conference offers dynamic workshops, thought-provoking panels, and inspiring keynotes. Refresh your outlook with special-interest meetings, relevant exhibitors, and the 2022 Seva Awards.
You'll learn from and network with some of the brightest minds in the field. We've created a full program with offerings from leaders you know and love as well as new faces and a few surprises. There's truly nothing like yoga therapy's annual homecoming!
Restoration & Replenishment
Find essential support for trying times with daily personal practices and specially targeted sessions. Enjoy a banquet with friends, a cup of chai, and time to create your own getaway. The venue offers abundant space in which to take it all in, including an on-site farm and hiking trails.
Your ticket includes access to all recorded sessions FOR A FULL YEAR—plus, IAYT members earn 22 continuing education credits for attending!
Meet general session speaker Adhana McCarthy—yoga therapist, physician assistant, U.S. Army officer, and change-maker.
Continuing Education Credits
At no additional charge, SYTAR 2022 offers 22 contact hours in CE credits for members. Credits will be automatically applied to your IAYT member profile within 2 weeks of the in-person conference. (When signed in to your profile, click Manage Profile; you will find your CE record in the journal entries under Content & Features > Professional Development.)
Although IAYT itself does not offer healthcare provider CE credits, nonmembers can contact us to request verification of their registration. This will enable you to submit to the applicable board yourself if the board accepts such submissions/credits.