Did you know that your thoughts, mood, and emotions affect the way you perceive pain and your ability to heal? What if, rather than trying to block out the pain and taking painkillers every day, it was more effective to explore the sensations of pain and illness? In this 2-hour workshop Krystyn will breakdown the neurophysiology of pain in plain language and provide a yoga practice that is readily adaptable to your needs. In addition, mindfulness techniques will be integrated to provide a holistic and well-rounded approach for using yoga to work with chronic pain. This workshop is excellent for those with chronic pain as well as teachers who want an experiential practice and education about chronic pain. This workshop is about 45 minutes of education in an interactive lecture format and a one-hour practice.
Date: March 24th
Held at our N Mississippi Location: 855 N Failing St
Cost: $25, 10% TPY Member Discount
About Krystyn Strother
Krystyn’s yoga training and teaching range from Vinyasa to Restorative and many styles in between. Strongly informed and inspired by the anatomy and physiology of the body she is known for providing students a straightforward and experiential practice based in anatomy and functional movement that can be translated in everyday activities off the mat.
In addition to her regularly scheduled classes, Krystyn guest teaches at several yoga teacher training programs throughout the country, speaks at conferences on mindfulness and stress reduction practices, teaches specialized workshops, facilitates yoga + adventure retreats, and conducts continuing education classes for currently registered RYTs.
Krystyn Louise Strother is the former program director at HUSH Meditation, strategic designer/author of the HUSH meditation curriculum, is a certified meditation instructor, co-founder of NOMAD, “Adventures in Wellness”, and yoga instructor. Krystyn’s desire to study and teach propelled her into a life of travel, and eventually, making Mexico a place she called home. She has led workshops, guided adventures, and inspired thousands of people to search for something deeper in their lives.