Anna Stoecklin is a pediatric occupational therapist and owner of Lotus Occupational Therapy and Yoga.  Anna graduated from Saint Louis University with a B.A. in Occupational Science and M.A. in Occupational Therapy. While in school, Anna’s experience of yoga developed in a way that transformed her life, and she wanted to be able to share the many aspects of yoga with others, including the pediatric population. Anna became a 200-HR Certified Yoga Teacher and 95-HR Certified Kids Adaptive Yoga Teacher. Anna’s approach to treatment is heavily based on neurology and influenced by completing all continuing education courses through Therapeeds, Inc. Her interventions are focused and target specific areas of the brain, allowing intervention to be sustainable and efficient. Anna is passionate about educating parents and the community about neurological approaches to treating processing in the brain, as well as discussing preventative approaches. In her free time, Anna enjoys bouldering, snowboarding, and summiting tall peaks.

Anna is also an OT with The OT Collective in Boulder, an elite group of therapists providing brain-based therapy services.


Saint Louis University – Bachelor in Occupational Science

Saint Louis University – Master of Occupational Therapy

200-Hr Certified Yoga Instructor

95-Hr Certified Kids Adaptive Yoga Instructor

Continuing Education

Hand in Hand Parenting, Starter Class

GOLD Lactation Online Conference

Therapeeds, How to Treat Auditory Processing Disorder

Therapeeds, Reflex Integration to Support Education

Therapeeds, Practical Sense in Sensory Integration, Part 3

Therapeeds, Practical Sense in Sensory Integration, Part 2

Therapeeds, How to Become a Sensory Chef

Therapeeds, Practical Sense in Sensory Integration, Part 1

Brain Gym

Therapeeds, Pediatric Primer


Autism and Sensory Processing Disorder: Beyond the Diagnosis, Monthly Workshop presentations with Occupational Piano and Grounded Chiropractic

The Influence of Yoga on Self-Regulation for Inner-City Youth: AOTA, April, 2016

Need for Nature; MOTA November, 2014 and AOTA April, 2015