Aches and Chronic Pains

Aches and Chronic Pain Workshop

Payment for onetime use to Devons Aches and Chronic pain workshop. attending this workshop is for personal use, teaching drills or using content from the workshop for commercial use is prohibited.


Is there a spot or a many in your body that you have frequent or daily pain in? 

 I find it interesting that we somehow can feel disconnected from our bodies even though we are living in them… 

Why is this? Let’s explore it! 

Join Devon French for a workshop that will use the Mindfulness and Mobility exercises and drills to learn about the areas in our bodies that are frequent hot spots of sensation. Let’s be honest with ourselves for a moment if we have frequent pain in our bodies there is something that needs to be addressed.

 Is movement the answer for everything? No it’s not, at the same time it is within our physical body that we carry our stories/ lived experiences. So through gentle and focused drills we can begin to explore what we are feeling in a deep and more holistic way.  

This workshop is not meant to make you better in one day, it is meant to help uncover the things you may not have noticed. Then offering the tools to begin to work towards a more comfortable relationship with your body, and self. 

Through a traditional indienous lens I have come to realize the importance in discomfort and how it teaches. As well as the importance behind viewing ourselves in a holistic way. 

If this sounds like something your body is craving then come and have an inner experience. Be Bold enough to look past what is obvious to our eyes.

Slow down and listen to your body’s stories, and integrate them into who you are. That way we can choose to live new stories instead of reliving past pains in our day-to-day lives.

We have a choice to move faster and ignore, which sounds a lot like running, or we can stop moving and let the waves hit us fully. 

Exchange: 25$ 

Time and Date: April, 25th 6:00 pm – 8:00pm Pacific Time 

Online workshop through Zoom

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