Empowered Movement for Pain
11 Years experience
Total years in practice: 11
6 week course with live classes, and access to the recording of the presentations; Includes 1:1 session to modify and personalize the lessons; Teaches the most beneficial breathing techniques for daily movement and flare ups; Each class includes an important pain science component corresponding to the movement protocols; Weekly homework with educational materials, supporting documents, and videos to go deeper if desired; Accountability features and group discussions built into program to keep you on track with movement goals
It provides options of daily movement to people who may need it most.
Lot of research has been done to prove that the Mind/Body Cancer Rehab program has proven to help minimize the detrimental side effects of cancer chemo treatment. Yoga and Pranayama practice helps to decrease fatigue and joint pain, and improve sleep and quality of life.
About The Expert
Dena is a certified yoga therapist (C-IAYT), a certified health and wellness coach, and currently works in private practice and as a yoga therapist and wellness instructor for pain clinics in the Bay Area. Dena established Sunset Pain School offering self-management courses for students of chronic pain who are ready to take an active role in their mind/body/spirit healing journey.
She uses mind/body medicine to reduce pain for those who suffer from chronic pain. She does nervous system rehabilitation which is proven to work. She does this work to empower individuals to live their lives fully, and learn the tools to self-manage pain with little or no medication. Lifestyle factors like stress, obesity, work-life balance and/or a sedentary lifestyle could contribute to one's pain experience. She is uniquely qualified to incorporate wellness coaching with her clients. She offers 100% individualized service and perhaps the best option for long-term self-management for those living with pain.
Dena from Sunset Yoga Therapy has specialized as a yoga therapist for chronic pain for the past 11 years, and in addition has worked extensively with the elderly and cancer populations. For a decade we have educated her students and the medical community on the power of mind/body modalities as a crucial component of any integrative health plan for people with pain.