Enjoy a break from the ‘pain cycle’
Discover how to recognise what escalates your ‘pain’
Feel more comfortable again in your body, emotions and mind
Your deepest wish is that despite having no obvious signs or symptoms of pain to the outside world, you could experience daily life with more ease and joy.
You may be surprised to know that:
Is this you?
Persisting pain or discomfort affects all aspects of life. Many people adopt unhealthy strategies to deal with persisting discomfort including ‘pushing through it’, pharmacological relief, maladaptive behaviours or simply denial.
The more contemporary approach to managing pain is how the brain perceives and adopts this altered sensation and how pathways between the brain and body can be rewired.
This Course teaches non-pharmacological approaches to reduce your discomfort and improve your health and well-being again. It uses the therapeutic principles of yoga (known as Yoga Therapy) to teach you how to effectively move, feel, think, accept and change both on, and off the mat.
You will learn how to:
About your Yoga Therapist - Caroline Giles
My entire working life (40 years) has been in the healthcare profession, facilitating others to become the best version of themselves. This has included working in neurological rehabilitation, national health research, online professional writing and now as a Yoga Therapist (with a yoga business of some 15 years). Consistently I work with students in group classes and privately for yoga therapy, who seek and find solutions to create rest in their day.
There are benefits to you!
It is always important to seek medical guidance before commencing any new form of movement practice. Similarly if you have had a break from practising yoga or a recent change in your physical or health circumstances (like surgery), it is important to obtain an opinion.
This learning does not, and should not, replace your need for specific medications, other medical advice/ interventions, behavioural counselling and/ or nutritional support.
You may find though that with continued practice and awareness, your level of medication lowers or that your attendance with other health practitioners reduces. If you are uncertain about proceeding, please contact me or speak with your health practitioner.