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Dr. Taylor has served individuals and organizations in a wide-range of related capacities. Here is a list of services he has provided in the past. References are available upon request. If you have an idea or need that does not appear here, please contact us to explore some additional future collaboration with him.
Continuing Professional Education Presentations
In-house training and hosting opportunities; state and national keynote and breakout presentations; executive and staff retreats; employee development; video-conferencing guest lecturer.
Key Note Presentations
Professional conferences; charity events; fund-raising events; organizational retreats.
Executive and staff consultation; transformational training; staff development and training.
Primary investigator; mind-body content matter expert; action research and mixed methodological consultation; training staff to provide test interventions.
Personal Professional Consultation
Broadband consultation to review care plan, explore additional treatment options and provide instruction for challenging pain and movement conditions. All you need is a broadband connection, a web camera and a video chat capacity (Skype, etc.).
What People Have Said About Dr. Taylor
Marie Janisse, PT, RYT
Matt Taylor has the education and the experience to make any PT practice a success. In addition to his technical proficiency, Matt understood the needs of my particular practice and was able to "Taylor" his program to suit those needs. I felt a genuine caring about my goals as he brainstormed with me and followed up on my progress. Matt's thinking is expansive, progressive, and innovative.
Larry Payne Ph.D. E-RYT 500, Loyola Marymount University Yoga Therapy Program, Founding Director
Matthew Taylor has raised the bar for teacher excellence in the Yoga Therapy Rx course at Loyola Marymount University. He has an uncanny ability to integrate the ageless wisdom of Yoga with the best of modern medicine. His method is genius in its simplicity while honoring the best of both Yoga and emerging rehab science.