Pain is a complex phenomenon that can influence all aspects of one’s existence; and when it persists, it can interfere with life and keep people from doing what they value and love most.
People who live with persistent pelvic pain can benefit from whole-person centered and compassionate pain care that includes supported self-care practices.
Clinicians can benefit from learning and offering these practices, embedded in a whole-person (body-mind-emotion-spirit-relational-environment) approach.
Yoga Therapy is one approach that is practical, accessible, evidence-informed, compassionate and whole-person centered.
I taught this 2-part Live Online course, Integrating Yoga into Pelvic Pain Care for Pelvic Health Solutions in March, and it was so well received that we are offering another one this year:
Sept 20 & 27, 2021
This 7 min video describes what you can expect to learn.
What the clinicians (and myself as the instructor) especially appreciated about this course format, was that it was spread out over 2 weeks (4 hours each session, for a total of 8 hours of live online learning together).
This allowed clinicians to actually PRACTICE the techniques and concepts they learned with patients, in the clinic during the week, and then follow-up with me and the group with their experiences and questions the following week.
This proved to be a powerful and very useful way to integrate what you learn with your patients in your clinical practice setting.
For details and to sign up for the September course visit Pelvic Health Solutions
Oh, and more good news…
If you can’t make those dates (but I hope you can, because the questions and live interaction are so valuable), but if you can’t, we’ll have the RECORDINGS available for you to access for 2 weeks after –
or even to replay for yourself simply to participate in the yoga practices again, for some well-deserved self-care and self-compassion!
Hope to see and meet you, either to start or keep the momentum of learning about this path of integrating yoga into rehab to help those suffering with pelvic pain.
For the 7 minute video that Nelly Faghani from Pelvic Health Solutions and I did to outline what you can expect from the course CLICK HERE
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