Madeleine Eames

- Psychotherapist
- Mindfulness Teacher

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Gentle, Restorative Yoga for Chronic Pain

Have you ever wanted to enter a yoga studio but worried about whether you could do it? Are you afraid to move? Do you have aches and pains that would benefit from slow, gentle stretching and relaxing? I think everyone’s nervous system could all benefit from restorative yoga, but if this sounds like you, this is the class for you. We know that yoga and breathing helps to cope with pain, but it can be intimidating to enter a class.

Pain causes tension. Tension causes more pain. This class is for anyone who is looking for a safe, gentle yoga class. We will use props to support us to relax our bodies and let go of unnecessary tension as well as learning about why pain persists. 

 

Gentle, Restorative Yoga for Chronic Pain
Wednesdays, 12-1:15pm, starting February 8th, 2017
Namaste Yoga, 2nd floor, 310 Hudson Ave
$15 drop-in

 

If there was any part of you that said “I need this”, then I hope you will join me. If you have a question, chances are others do too, feel free to leave it below so I can answer it.

Take gentle care of yourselves,

Madeleine

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