Commitment to Patient-Centered Care
“I strive to help facilitate a deeper healing processes with my patients, looking at the whole body as an integrated system and working with patients to find optimal wellness in all aspects of their lives.”
Catherine specializes in holistic and creative approaches to physical therapy and wellness including therapeutic yoga, posture training and somatic education, and craniosacral therapy. She is also an adjunct faculty member at the University of St. Catherine in the Graduate Studies in Holistic Health Department, teaching courses on mind/body science and the stress/relaxation response. In her work with patients, Catherine blends these eclectic approaches to wellness in order to facilitate deeper healing and recovery.
- Justice, C, Cheung C, Samson-Burke A. Development and Evaluation of a Yoga Intervention for Parkinson’s Disease. International Journal of Yoga Therapy. In press, 2018.
- Justice, C. Reflections on Yoga Therapy for Disadvantaged Populations. Yoga Therapy Today, Summer 2018. pg 44-46.
- Justice, C. A User’s Guide to Developing a Yoga Research Intervention. Yoga Therapy Today, Spring 2017. pg 18-19.
- Cheung C, Justice C, Pedon-McAlphine C. Yoga adherence in older women six months post-osteoarthritis intervention. Global Adv Health Med. 2015 May; 4(3): 16-23.
- Cheung C, Justice C, Wyman J. Designing and implementing a therapeutic yoga program for older women with knee osteoarthritis. International Journal of Yoga Therapy. No. 32 (1). 2013 (Abstract Only).
- International Association of Yoga Therapists
- International Association of Healthcare Educators
- National Yoga Alliance
- Certified in craniosacral therapy, Uplegder Institute
- Certified yoga therapist, International Association of Yoga Therapists
- Certified experienced registered yoga instructor, National Yoga Alliance
“In addition to my work at Hennepin, I also teach yoga, work as an actor, bike, garden, and spend time with my family.”