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Offering yoga practices along with information and education to promote a safe and supportive experience, particularly for those who live with persistent or chronic pain. I believe yoga is helpful for everyone and that anyone can benefit from these practices.

1 in 5 people suffer with chronic 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. So how do you begin to move, in the face of pain?

Yoga offers more than the bendy, flexible poses and postures you see all the time in mainstream media. Rather, evidence-informed gentle movement, breathing practices, relaxation, meditation and other exploration tools that you’ll learn to tailor 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.

Offering online classes as well as one-to-one private yoga therapy sessions.

learn how to be your own, best resource.

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It might feel good to move it!

Anxiety. Worry. Stress. Fear. These are uncertain times and so many are feeling vulnerable, whether it’s about health, financial security or so many other concerns. And yes, there are times when it’s helpful to quiet the mind, tame the thoughts, seek some silence, stillness and perhaps peace in all the chaos. However, that isn’t always … Continue reading It might feel good to move it!

What outcome, or benefit might you expect from attending Pain Care Yoga classes?

Well, much like anything, it depends. The answer is rarely straightforward and definitive. As mentioned in the last post everyone comes in with their own experience of pain,  history,  individual, unique life circumstances. What might be helpful for one, will not likely be the same for another. Below are a few comments made during a … Continue reading What outcome, or benefit might you expect from attending Pain Care Yoga classes?

What do you do, in yoga classes for people living with chronic pain?

The second question people often ask me about Pain Care Yoga classes, after “who is it that comes to these classes” described here, is “what do you do in them”? Pain is never just about one thing. You want to know what’s wrong. How you’re going to fix it. And how long it’s going to … Continue reading What do you do, in yoga classes for people living with chronic pain?

Who Attends Yoga Classes for Chronic Pain? All kinds.

Most people I talk to wonder how yoga might help with their long-term, persistent or chronic pain. So, I thought I might tell you this week a little about who comes to these classes, what we do and why, or the outcomes experienced. Let’s begin with who attends. Most people in these classes (or private … Continue reading Who Attends Yoga Classes for Chronic Pain? All kinds.

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