Dec 12, 2019
neurophysiological perspectives for people in pain - the last
of a three part series on yoga and pain science with the editors of
the book, Yoga and Science in Pain Care.
Marlysa is a physiotherapist,
yoga therapist, Assistant Professor in Yoga Therapy and Integrative
Health Sciences at Maryland University of Integrative Health, and
holds an adjunct position at Emory University, where she teaches
the integration of yoga and mindfulness into physical therapy
practice in the DPT program.
Stay tuned to the very end of
the episode for a chance to win a copy of the book. All entries
need to be submitted by midnight on Tuesday December 17th,
yoga philosophy relates to pain care and what it offers for working
with people in pain.
scientific language vs. using the yoga language – how both are
helpful and when to use them.
- Reductionist thinking as a tendency of
scientific language and how yoga philosophy can counterbalance this
yoga teachers can be responsible in our relationship to science and
communicating the many benefits of yoga to the
it means to approach yoga therapy top down or bottom up and
examples of each
- Specific examples of how to bring yoga
philosophy frameworks into your yoga classes and how it serves
people in pain.
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