Timothy McCall

Certified as a yoga therapist by the International Association of Yoga Therapists, Timothy is the Founder/Director of Yoga As Medicine Seminars and Teacher Trainings and, until 2016, co-directed a yoga therapy center just outside of New York City.

Timothy has traveled extensively, studying with many of the world’s leading yoga teachers and yoga therapists including BKS Iyengar and TKV Desikachar. His primary teachers have been Patricia Walden, Rod Stryker and Donald Moyer. He has practiced yoga and meditation from various traditions for over 20 years and Tantra for more than a decade. Since 2005, he has studied with a traditional Ayurvedic doctor, Chandukutty Vaidyar, and has spent more than a year at his clinic in Kerala, India.

Timothy’s articles have appeared in dozens of publications, including the New England Journal of Medicine, JAMA, the Los Angeles Times, the Nation, Redbook (where he was a contributing editor), The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Boston Globe. His column appeared monthly in the newsletter Bottom Line Health from 1995 to 2003. From 1996-2001, his medical commentaries were featured on the public radio program Marketplace. He has been a guest on numerous national radio and television programs, including two appearances on The Today Show. In 2004-2005, he was a scholar-in-residence at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Stockbridge, MA. Since 2002, he has been the medical editor of Yoga Journal. He has lectured at at the National Institutes of Health and medical schools, and given numerous workshops and keynote addresses at conferences sponsored by Yoga Journal, the International Association of Yoga Therapists, and The Smithsonian Institution. He recently joined the editorial board of The International Journal of Yoga Therapy. Timothy teaches yoga therapy seminars and teacher trainings in the United States and worldwide.

In addition, since 1996 Timothy has worked in a field that most people have never heard of — medical vetting. That is, he applies his medical knowledge to editing books and articles on health-related themes. He handles both conventional medical writing as well more integrative and holistic approaches, working with magazines, publishers and both aspiring and established writers.


"Every time I come to Yogacampus for training, it is such a happy, joyful, well-spent time. I always feel at home here! From top-notch facilities to amazing experienced teachers, my experience here is always amazing. Thank you Yogacampus for making my life and my teaching better." Ana Gema on Intuition and Ethics, Intimacy and Boundaries: How to BE a Yoga Teacher and Therapist, February 2017