Chronic Pain and the Relaxation Response

ON October 14, 2019
Chronic Pain and the Relaxation Response

What does it mean to take a yogic approach to chronic pain? Dena describes the concept here of the relaxation response and why it is so important to pain management.

Yoga for Chronic Pain and the Relaxation Response

What does it mean to take a yogic approach to chronic pain? Dena describes the concept here of the relaxation response and why it is so important to pain management. Learn more in her upcoming pop-up classes and workshops on Chronic Pain at Namaste.

Posted by Namaste Yoga + Wellness on Wednesday, September 25, 2019

 

The following video describes one movement exercise that is commonly used for those with chronic pain. Going gently into this pelvic tilt with breath can ease you to the edge of your pain response. For many folks with chronic pain, one or the other directions of this pelvic tilt may have pain associated with it. As Dena says, “Motion is lotion.”

The Pelvic Tilt for Chronic Pain

A therapeutic yoga exercise for those with chronic low back pain: The Pelvic Tilt with Dena Saedi. Curious about more? Join Dena on October 20 for her Yoga for Chronic Pain workshop at Namaste.

Posted by Namaste Yoga + Wellness on Monday, October 14, 2019

 

Chronic Pain and the Relaxation ResponseDena Saedi has worked as a yoga therapist (C-IAYT) and yoga teacher for chronic pain populations, seniors, cancer survivors, and veterans for the last decade. Currently Dena teaches yoga to chronic pain patients at pain management clinics in the Bay Area. Join her for her upcoming Yoga for Chronic Pain workshop on October 20, or for her regular public therapeutic yoga classes at Namaste. View Dena’s class schedule here.

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