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Pain Care Yoga Certification Course
Fri., January 18 @ 8:00 am - Sun., January 20 @ 5:00 pm$550
Three Part Course = 50 Hours
$1080 (Early Bird until Nov. 15, $950)
Become certified to teach Pain Care Yoga
All three parts are required for a Pain Care U teaching certificate
Part 1: January 18-20, 2019, 8:00-5:00
You will build a foundational understanding of Pain, Pain science, and Pain Care Yoga principles and movement guidelines.
Part 2: February 22-24, 2019, 9:00-4:00
Attendees will be asking a Person in Pain to attend the workshop with them and then continue to work with this person as their case study for Part 3. There is no additional charge for the attendee to bring their case study for Part 2.
Attendees will be directly mentored by course Trainer with their case study in yoga for chronic pain as well as learn bio-psycho-social and mindful yoga skills that can be implemented into professional practice and teaching immediately.
Part 3: Home Study, “Mini Mentorship” 8 to 13 hours of practicum and review; Attendees will be mentored by Neil Pearson who will give written feedback on the case study and paper review.
A PCU Teaching Certificate is awarded to those who complete all three parts of the course and prove competency in the internship case study and review. Certificate Holders are eligible for PCU Level One Affiliate Status.
More information on Part I: Pain Care Yoga
This is a workshop for health practitioners—regulated health professionals, yoga teachers and movement professions.
The focus is on enhancing foundational knowledge, and shifting paradigms of pain, people living in pain and evidence-based pain care.
Come to learn more about:
- Pain anatomy, biology, physiology, psychology;
- How suffering impacts every aspect of our existence;
- How every aspect of our existence can be used to influence pain;
- How to use ‘moving with ease’ as both a pain education tool and analgesic.
This workshop provides in-depth integration of pain science, innovative pain self-management techniques, yoga philosophy and yoga practices. Participants will gain a solid foundation in pain science, and in yoga philosophy related to pain and pain management.
Daily yoga practices will help the practitioner begin the integration of Pain Care Yoga principles into their clinical or therapeutic
See Overcome Pain with Gentle Yoga for more information on Part 2.
You will be guided as to criteria for completing of Part 3 during Parts 1 and 2.