What is UZIT?
Imagine a healthcare system where the patient is treated, not just the disease—a system where Eastern healing techniques support Western medicine in a holistic approach to patient care.
In 2009, the Urban Zen Foundation launched the Urban Zen Integrative Therapy Program (UZIT) toward realizing this vision. The UZIT program includes training in restorative yoga, essential oils, Reiki, nutrition and contemplative care. Inspired by Donna Karan and designed by Rodney Yee and Colleen Saidman Yee, UZIT is designed to provide comfort and support to you and others in need.
The program is uniquely designed to address Pain, Anxiety, Nausea, Insomnia, Constipation, and Exhaustion (PANIC™). Thousands of students have completed the program, which includes at least 50 hours of clinical rotation in a hospital or healthcare setting or in private or out-patient settings. Visit the Urban Zen website for more information on this inspiring work.
The Urban Zen Integrative Therapy Program (UZIT) is about caring, caring for yourself and caring for others in a healthy, holistic way; not only when you or your loved ones are ill, but everyday.
If you are interested in training as an Urban Zen Integrative Therapy Practitioner, please email. We can then talk through the training opportunities to you that are current and available.
To experience an UZIT class, check out my REPLAY LIBRARY.