Create more freedom in your life.

Are you feeling stuck? 

Whether sitting on a dock watching the sun, clouds and water pass by or engaging in all kinds of adventures, we all hope to participate fully in life. Does this feel out of reach?  

What is it you want to be able to do? Do you suffer from pain and perhaps the sleepless nights, anxiety or depression that often accompanies chronic or persistent pain?

I work to support you and provide information, tools, and skills that 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 from anywhere. Most important is you’ll learn how to sustain this for yourself, over the long-term.

Current pain science indicates some of the best results in helping people with persistent pain incorporates pain neuroscience education (PNE) along with movement and relaxation techniques. Yoga is well suited to the latter and the education, well… your pain might not be quite what you thought it was. There is good news according to current evidence.

Information, skills and tools off the mat… and into your life.

First, pay attention. Awareness is the way through.

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Great programs but why the disconnect?

After receiving basic information about the University of Ottawa Heart Institute’s Heart Wise Exercise program, presented at my yoga therapy training, I wanted to go back to learn more so paid them a visit earlier this week. Theirs is a program that helps to connect patients who have been through initial rehab programs after diagnosis, illness, … Continue reading Great programs but why the disconnect?

“Are we there yet?”

Summer has officially begun and soon many will be on their long-anticipated holidays. Most likely, it will involve some travel. And at some point the dreaded ‘are we there yet?’ You might think it to yourself or maybe your little travel companions repeat the phrase. On the hour. Time seems to drag. on. forever. Why … Continue reading “Are we there yet?”

Low Back Pain: GAPS between Guidelines and Practice

  Continuing with the second of three papers recently published in The Lancet regarding Low Back Pain. What guidelines are already in place, what’s actually occurring in practice and suggested solutions going forward. What’s striking to me is the clear evidence of substantial gaps between evidence and practice, that are pervasive A few years after delving … Continue reading Low Back Pain: GAPS between Guidelines and Practice

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