Webinar | Dialogue on the Intersection between Pain Science and iRest

With Richard Miller and Stephanie Lopez

Dialogue on Pain Science

How can we better help and understand those living with persistent, chronic pain? How can the practice of iRest Yoga Nidra Meditation help? Join iRest Founder, Richard Miller; iRest Institute Senior Director, Stephanie Lopez; and co-authors of the groundbreaking textbook, Yoga and Science in Pain Care, Shelly Prosko; Neil Pearson; and Marlysa Sullivan for this informative webinar on how the complexity of pain can be understood through the lens of iRest Yoga Nidra Meditation.

During this two-part recorded webinar, consisting of a panel discussion and follow-up Q&A session, our panel members will discuss the essential principles of pain science and how they align with the teachings of iRest. Join us to learn:

  • The latest in modern pain science and how iRest Yoga Nidra Meditation incorporates and builds upon the principles of pain science.
  • How to better cope with pain by emphasizing certain aspects of the iRest protocol in your personal practice.
  • How an iRest Teacher, bolstered with this knowledge, can tailor iRest to meet the needs of any client or student who is living with persistent, chronic pain.

Pain science principles align naturally with the iRest 10 Step Protocol. Understanding this alignment can help you, as an individual, adapt the iRest Protocol to your personal practice or improve your facilitation of iRest to groups and individuals living with pain.

By purchasing this webinar you will receive an email with instructions on how to access both the webinar and the follow-up Q&A session. Access to the video recordings will remain available to you to revisit and watch on an ongoing basis. We will also include additional questions that were asked post-webinar with detailed answers from our panelists.

Lean to welcome pain, not run from it.

*NOTE: This webinar is FREE for all Teachers Community Network (TCN) Members. If you are a member of the TCN and wish to view the panel discussion and follow-up Q&A session, simply sign in to the TCN here.