Vinyasa yoga. Restorative yoga. Yin Yoga. Astanga yoga. Prenatal yoga. Aerial yoga. Happy Hour yoga. Couples yoga. Goat yoga. Dog yoga. Even yoga raves. Take a quick look around the internets and it doesn't take long to see that the "system of physical postures, breathing techniques, and sometimes meditation" known as yoga has become as varied as those who practice it.
Years ago, Karee Munson had an interaction with a physician that was so memorable she uses the story as a teaching tool for new staff. In a twist of fate, the two recently met again, this time as colleagues.
Lizzie Stoltz was just 30 weeks pregnant when her water broke. She was rushed to a local hospital, where providers used technology to connect with a Mayo neonatologist for help with the high-risk delivery.
When Ava Weitl had trouble signing in to the patient portal, she took her problem to the source: the team responsible for the app. It was a meeting made possible by Ava's friends (and fans) at Mayo Clinic.
Jeff Jensen was training for his first marathon when his doctor discovered a heart murmur that led to surgery to replace a valve. A year later he was able to run the 26.2 mile race, and hasn't stopped since.