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Do you suffer from pain and perhaps the sleepless nights, anxiety or depression that often accompanies chronic or persistent pain? Are you ready get back to doing the things that bring meaning and purpose to your life?

Click here for Information about Pain Care Yoga classes, starting again Jan 2020.

I provide support along with information, practices and tools to help get you on the way to living your life the way you envision it. Together, we formulate 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. 

Yoga offers much more than the bendy, flexible poses and postures you see in mainstream media.  We’ll explore evidence-informed practices that are ‘just right’ for you which may include movement, breath work, relaxation and/or meditative practices, mindfulness, and other exploration tools. 

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

If you’re interested in my Pain Care Yoga Classes and want further information, click here

— live life with more ease —

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