Courses,Workshops & Seminars
Pain Care Yoga - Part 1
April 24, 25, & 26, 2020
If you sign up for all three parts:
Early bird: $1080 +HST (before March 16)
After: $1200 +HST
If you sign up for part 1 only:
Cost: $550 +HST
Payment may be made by e-transfer, credit, or cheque made out to OSEYT.
No refunds for this event.
Time: 10am to 6pm
Location: reYoga, Ottawa, Ontario, 209 Hannah St.
Registration: Send your name, profession, dietary restrictions, and payment to SEYT. SEYT will email you back with further instructions.
This is part #1 of the Pain Care Certificate Course.
The focus is on enhancing foundational knowledge, and shifting paradigms of pain, people living in pain and evidence-based pain care. This course provides in-depth integration of pain science, innovative pain self- management techniques, yoga philosophy and yoga practices. Participants will gain a solid foundation in pain science, and in yoga philosophy related to pain and pain management.
Daily yoga practices will help the practitioner begin the integration of Pain Care Yoga principles into their clinical or therapeutic practice.
Attendees will learn:
Updated pain science and basic neurobiology
Covering aspects in anatomy, biology, physiology, and psychology
How pain impacts every aspect of our existence
Using each aspect of our existence to impact pain and to increase evidence of safety
How to use "moving with ease" as both a pain education tool and for hypoalgesia
Yoga Therapy skills and techniques for people living with persisting pain
Treatment planning through case study review
Part 2 - Overcome Pain with Gentle Yoga is scheduled for November 2020.
Part 3 - Mini Mentorship/Home Study is done independantly.
Informed by Cancer - Yoga Therapy for Integration
June 29 - July 3, 2020
Anne Pitman (M.Sc.,RYT-500, C-IAYT, Pain Care Yoga certified) is the director of the
School of Embodied Yoga Therapy and a Yoga Therapist at the Ottawa Integrative
Cancer changes us. Join with community in reflection and recovery and as we explorebreath, embodied movement, storytelling, and stepping into this "more time." Offergenerous listening to the lingering shock of diagnosis, and the fear of recurrence. Findagency, authenticity, and a trued path to walk in your post-cancer days.
Location: Hollyhock Cortes Island, British Columbia