Full Name
Jenny Link
Job Title
Yoga Therapist
The Yoga Link
Speaker Bio
Mrs. Jenny Link is an Integrative Yoga Therapist, providing her clients with comprehensive, holistic therapies aimed at promoting a lifetime of joyful movement. Specializing in musculoskeletal and neuromuscular dysfunctions, as well as meditation and mindfulness for acute and chronic stress management, and Ayurvedic therapies, Mrs. Link completed her yoga therapy training at Prema Yoga Institute in New York City. Credentialed through the International Association of Yoga Therapists, she also holds certifications as an E-RYT 500 Yoga Teacher through Yoga Alliance and as a Certified Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider.

Beginning her career as a Certified Athletic Trainer, she managed acute care and rehabilitation for high school and collegiate athletes. After more than 20 years of practicing yoga, transitioning to yoga therapy seamlessly blended her graduate studies in biomechanics with the physical, emotional, and mental benefits of yoga allowing her to effectively treat her clients from a BPSS approach. Currently operating her own yoga therapy practice, The Yoga Link, she sees private clients and teaches weekly therapeutic yoga and mobility classes both in-studio and virtually.

As the Head of Education Solutions and a senior instructor for Threes Physiyoga Method, she is deeply involved in the yoga-based mindful movement practice rooted in physical therapy principles for whole-person wellness. Co-teaching their advanced yoga teacher training, designing and maintaining digital education platforms, and providing mentorship opportunities for learners and graduates are among her responsibilities. She also teaches continuing education courses in anatomy and biomechanics, pain science, physiology of the stress response, meditation, and breathwork. Recently, Ms. Link initiated a pilot project to offer 1:1 yoga therapy services to individuals incarcerated for capital crimes. This program aims to support them in managing various conditions, providing education in the body's physiological responses to stressors, and teaching them tools and strategies for self-regulation. Her vision is to scale this program, detailing protocols, and training other yoga therapists to address the unique challenges of serving the corrections community, ultimately reaching more individuals in more facilities.