Dr. Zomorodi has been practicing psychotherapy in Los Angeles for over thirty years. She is a Clinical Faculty member at Newport University and iLearning Global/ Daily Success Stream. Dr. Zomorodi is also the founder of Flora Yoga. She is a pioneer in the practice of using yoga to transform physical and emotional pain into a journey toward freedom and healing. Her methods, which include the modification and creation of poses to address an individual's specific need, have helped hundreds of students heal from physical and emotional injuries.
Dr. Zomorodi is a certified Biofeedback, Hypnotherapist, and NLP Master. Biofeedback can help to discover blockages and imbalances in the body and provide energy to balance and restore health for her clients. Biofeedback is a component of the quantum psychology that Dr. Zomorodi practices with her clients. By approaching healing from a holistic perspective, Dr. Zomorodi has achieved much success with her clients who have suffered from stress, addictive behaviors, anxiety, depression, and a host of other issues. Dr. Zomorodi is a board member at the Iranian American Federation, the Health and Fitness Director at Nessah Educational and CulturalCenter, and the Health and Fitness co-Chair at the Beverly Hills Rotary Club. She is also a clinical member of the American Association of Marriage Family Therapists, and a clinical member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. She supervises Psychology interns at The Maple Counseling center in Beverly Hills. Dr. Zomorodi is extremely active in the community, and brings her awareness and knowledge of mental, physical, and emotional health along with her warm spirit to many realms. Through the Beverly Hills Rotary Club she has been able to bring her unique spirit to projects around the world. For "Operation Smile," she traveled to El Salvador with a team of other prominent doctors to provide over 100 surgeries in one week to children who were afflicted with cleft paletes. She was involved in "Eye Rescue," a program that transported a cornea bank to the country of Columbia, thus providing sight for so many afflicted with visual deficits. She participated in The Team Train Triathlon for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society where she personally raised funds to battle cancer. In 2008 she continued her work with The Beverly Hills Rotary Club with three important projects all in the country of Panama. "The Water Project" will bring much needed clean water to those who are less fortunate, while "PC for Schools" will bring computers to children who could never dream of touching a keyboard, and finally "The Wheelchair Project" will bring freedom and mobility to those who are physically challenged. She has sponsored local and international artists in gallery showings. She is a motivational, inspirational speaker and author. She has received many awards, including being named a Paul Harris Fellow at Rotary International, as well as numerous commendations from her work with the Hadassah Organization of Los Angeles, the Eretz Cultural Center, the Maple Counseling Center, and Cedar Sinai Hospital. Dr. Flora has translated several books and recently co-wrote a leadership book with few authors around the globe. The name of the book: WOULD I FOLLOW ME.