- Full Name: Leigh Anne Milne
- Location: 530 Fulford Ganges Road
- Phone: 2502219642
- Expires: 25 days, 8 hours
Weekly Yoga Class designed to help you manage your Chronic pain. No Yoga Experience Required
Ongoing Wednesday afternoons 2 PM. A small group of six maximum $22 per one hour class or $20 per class if paying for a series
Or private sessions also available, please inquire
Please call 250.221.9642
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In this gentle class we will explore yoga poses, modifications and use of breathing techniques to support your parasympathetic nervous system, decrease physical tension and guarding and increase the relaxation response. Learn protocols and breathing techniques you can do at home.
This program is evidence based employing contemporary pain science and the Biopsychosocial model.
Leigh Anne Milne RMT, E-RYT500, CIYT, is a registered massage therapist, yoga teacher and yoga therapist with decades of experience. Leigh has served as faculty at Massage Therapy schools in Canada and in Maui, Hawaii and is also an RMT graduate-level educator.
Leigh has traveled to India to study yoga with the Iyengar family many times where she has assisted in medical classes, and trained with Fr Joe in yoga for addiction recovery. Her interests are Iyengar yoga, health care, specifically chronic pain/suffering, and health education. Leigh leads courses and retreats internationally
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