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Yoga for People in Pain - 5 Part Series

January 7, 2013 - 11:00am PST, 2:00pm EST
Recorded in January, 2013

 

Watch the full Series in order on YouTube 
Or you can watch the individual videos below:
 

Recordings of Previous Webinars

Practice Videos

Practice Audio Downloads

To save the MP3 files below, simply right-click (PC users) or Ctrl-Click or right-click (Mac users) the links below and chose "Save as Source" or "Save Link as". This will allow you to download the audio file to be used on any MP3 player.

Blog Posts

Follow-up post with Research References from Neil's first webinar

Yoga can be a useful technique for controlling pain levels and increasing movement and function in your body. There is current research that shows specific benefits of therapeutic yoga for certain groups of people in pain. Neil Pearson has become one of the leading voices in using yoga specifically with people who suffer from pain.

This webinar and instructional video series provides an opportunity to learn how to use simple yoga exercises to live well with chronic pain.

Part 1 introduces you to current research on yoga for chronic pain treatment. The following videos rotate between the Practice Videos and the Q&A Webinars related to those practice videos. 

Neil Pearson PT, MSc, BA-BPHE, CYT, RYT500 

Clinical Assistant Professor at UBC

Neil is the first physical therapist to ever win the Excellence in Inter-Professional Pain Education Award from the Canadian Pain Society.  He is a Board member of Pain BC, founding Chair of the Canadian Physiotherapy Pain Science Division, a physiotherapist, yoga therapist, and creator of Pain Care Yoga certification. Neil works clinically exclusively with people in pain. He teaches health care professionals and yoga therapists through Canada and USA, taking every opportunity to integrate their training with our most insightful teachers – those living in pain.   

 

This event is co-sponsored by CIRPD, Pain BC and The Canadian Pain Coalition.

Partially Funded by



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