LJ Yoder Gallagher

Public Profile

Passionate about enriching the lives of our U.S. Navy, Marine, Army, Air Force, Coast Guard and Merchant Marine service men and women, I teach Trauma Sensitive Mindful Resilience Yoga and iRest Meditation through Warriors at Ease a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that serves as a community resource to bring yoga and meditation to military communities around the world and Veterans Yoga Project a 501(c)(3) dedicated to supporting mindful recovery and resilience among our veterans, their families and communities.

Both my yoga and meditation training is grounded in evidence-based practices, trauma sensitive principles and military culture.

I offer iRest Meditation, Mindful Resilience Adaptive Yoga and Chair Yoga practices that encourage health, resiliency and connection to the Veterans at the Annapolis Vet Center in the following Women's and Men's Veteran Communities:
Combat / PTSD / MST / Trauma in addition to Private Clients with Aging Bodies, Dementia/Alzheimer's and Special Needs.

These practices help U.S. to Breath Easy, Focus Clearly, Move Freely, Rest Deeply, and Be Grateful through:
Breathing ~ Meditation ~ Mindful Movement ~ iRest Meditation / Yoga Nidra ~ and ~ Gratitude!

I am a Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and Hatha Yoga Siromani with the following advanced specialty training:
Warriors At Ease (Candidate for Certification) Level I/II 2018
Warriors At Ease: Teaching Yoga and Meditation to Survivors of Military Sexual Trauma (2018)
iRest Level 2 Teacher (Candidate for Certification) 2018
iRest Level 1 Teacher-In-Training 2017
Veterans Yoga Project - Mindful Resilience Yoga Teacher Training 2017
Institute of Integrative Nutrition and SUNY Purchase 2015
Sunlight Chair Yoga 2014
200-RYT Sivananda Hatha Yoga Teacher Training 2013

Teacher Specialty

Active Duty Military
Chronic Pain

Additional Teacher Specialty

Trauma-Sensitive Meditation & Breathing / Yoga for Resiliency & Self-Regulation / Adaptive Yoga (Chair and Mat) for Traumatic Injury and Invisible Wounds / Increased Mobility for Dementia