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1 in 5 people suffer from chronic or persistent pain.  Research shows that a combination of pain education along with movement can be a powerful agent of change. But it’s not enough to read about it. And how do you begin to move, in the face of pain?

Learning how to calm the nervous system and moving from a place of safety, you will experience how you can modulate or change your pain.  

Click here for information about Pain Care Yoga classes. The next 6-week series begins in February 2020.

Yoga offers more than the bendy, flexible poses and postures you see in mainstream media.  Rather, evidence-informed gentle movement, breathing practices, relaxation, meditation, and other exploration tools tailored specifically for you.

Providing support and together, formulating a step-by-step plan forward. You really can start anywhere. Most important is you’ll learn how to sustain this for yourself, over the long-term. 

For information about private Yoga Therapy sessions or to register for classes, please contact me here

If interested in Pain Care Yoga Classes and want further information, click here

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