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Davidson, NC 28036



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​​Saturday: 9-1

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Yoga as Therapy for
Chronic Pain

Your Karma Yoga and Wellness
Saturday March 28th
Cost $60 Early Bird, $75 after March 14
Link to Register
The Bindu
Saturday April 4th
Cost $60 Early Bird, $75 after March 14
Link to Register

50 million americans are suffering from chronic pain from conditions including cancer, arthritis, neuropathies, spinal conditions, low-back pain, fibromyalgia, sickle cell disease, migraine, multiple sclerosis, trigeminal pain or neuralgia, and complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS).

With substance use disorder at an all-time high (1.5 times more prevalent than all cancers combined), sufferers and their physicians are seeking additional coping strategies that are effective and adaptive for all age groups. 

In 2019, a task force was convened by the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services in conjunction with the U.S. Dept. of Defense and the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs with the Office of National Drug Control Policy to address acute and chronic pain in light of the ongoing opioid crisis.

Their report suggested that the best practice for treating chronic pain is a bio-psycho-social approach and included complimentary and integrative health treatments such as acupuncture, massage, yoga, and spirituality.

Yoga therapy is in a unique position to fill that need with adaptive movement, breath and mindfulness/spiritual interventions that 

  1. Are taught as self care practices, easily performed at home

  2. Address structural pain directly

  3. Repattern the way your brain perceives pain

  4. Manage the anxiety and depression that are often comorbid to chronic pain

  5. Are appropriate and adaptable for the elderly, younger populations and anyone else who might not ‘do yoga’


This training is intended to be an introduction to yoga therapy for chronic pain starting with one short lecture followed by a movement, breath and mindfulness practice, then finishing with a breakdown of the practice and a presentation of the take-home tools each participant will receive. 

This workshop is totally appropriate for sufferers, caretakers, yoga teachers and health professionals.