Learn pain science with a focus on the nervous system functioning in relation to persistent pain and chronic pain.
Practice breathing techniques to calm the nervous system. Learn in a beautiful and inspiring location at the Dance Centre in Vancouver.
Chronic pain has been recognized as pain that persists past normal healing time. Usually pain is regarded as chronic when it lasts or recurs for more than 3 to 6 months.
Evaluate your progress using pain and movement-based resources and use lessons to experience gentle movement exercises.
Integrate gentle movement-based exercises as part of self-management strategy for people living with chronic pain.
Welcome to the Gentle Movement & Relaxation Program.
The goal of this program is to teach those living with chronic pain how to use movement as a safe pain management practice.
September 24th - October 22nd, 2019
12pm - 1:30pm
Scotiabank Dance Centre, 677 Davie St, Vancouver, British Columbia V6Z 1M4, Canada
Exercise the neuromuscular connection between brain and body. Discover new pathways and build on knowledge.
Do you desire to improve your health, fitness or mobility? You can adapt exercise to your changing needs.
Take some time to feel restored and inspired through the power of imagery.
Positive mental imagery works! Using visual imagery with exercise awakens the brain in a profound way. Working with imagery is creative and benefits learning. Using active movement and rest, visualization is a skill we can build. Captivating our full attention, these actions open doors to learning that advance critical thinking and reflection. All this while discovering exercise can be a lot more effortless!
Our bodies are wired for movement. Imagery Is a key tool for healing while engaging our creative thinking In activity and rest.
We use a simple yet profound arrangement of progressive full body conditioning and neuromuscular training.
Trade rush hour for rest and refresh hour.
Optimize your well being with six classes.