*You will receive access to this event once you register, even if you have previously registered for The Embodiment Conference. Registering for this event will subscribe you to future monthly newsletters along with giving you free access to the conference. For more information see our privacy policy.

Embodiment and Pain

An Embodiment Conference one-day event.

Saturday 13 June

This day-long event starts at 8.30am UK on Saturday 13  June 2020 online on Zoom (please go here to convert to your local time). You can see the schedule here

Pain which lasts for longer than might typically be expected is known as chronic pain. Chronic pain may originate from various sources within the nervous system and can be notoriously difficult to treat. An interdisciplinary approach incorporating various modalities is often needed to provide relief to those suffering from chronic pain.

The Embodiment Conference is giving everyone the opportunity to learn more about the root causes of pain along with various management and treatment options to heal and improve the quality of life of those suffering. We have extensive experience working online, and a large and diverse team of facilitators.

Some of the key topics that will be explored by world-renowned experts include:
  • How to identify chronic pain
  • The science behind pain
  • Various modalities that exist to treat pain
  • Links between trauma and pain
  • Using mindfulness and subtle movement to heal
  • Approaching challenges with a playful attitude
  • How movement can re-train the nervous system
  • The psychology of pain

The event will be recorded and calls will be available on the resources page for 24hrs after being uploaded, and as a package to buy on the shop soon after the event.

Our presenters

Dr. Eric Goodman

Developed Foundation Training and Decompression Breathing principles. Doctor of Chiropractic. Teacher.

Emory M. Moore Jr.

Multi-certified exercise and movement teacher, creator of the EM LifeWork™ & EM Technique™ methods for holistic fitness, wellness and body harmony.

Jane Dancey

Somatic coach, senior yoga teacher specialising in women's health and wellbeing

Judith Blackstone

Author, Psychologist and teacher in the contemporary fields of nondual realization and spiritual, relational and somatic psychotherapy.

Magdalena Weinstein

Yoga teacher, Brain-Based and Somatic Educator, host of the Embodiment Time Podcast.

Marlysa Sullivan

Physical Therapist, Yoga Therapist and Assistant Professor of Integrative Health Sciences and Yoga Therapy, Author

Narelle Carter-Quinlan

BAppSc, Founder of the Saltwater Songlines Project, Imagemaker, Storyteller, Anatomist and Yoga Therapist specialising in Scoliosis and Back Pain.

Neil Pearson

Physiotherapist, Yoga Therapist, Author, Clinical Assistant Professor

Özlem Lale Kaleli

Embodied coach and trainer, PhD candidate in The Bodymind Approach ™ (TBMA) for chronic pain and symptoms, certified TBMA facilitator

Perry Nickelston

International speaker and educator, Founder of Stop Chasing Pain and creator of Body Aquarium: Lymphatic Mojo

Ronhild de Brito

Certified Embodied Facilitator, Empowerment Coach and NVC teacher, former schoolteacher, tutor, biochemist, English-Trinidadian, mother of two

Sindre Andreassen

Embodied Coach, Stress Resilience and Chronic Pain Educator

Steve Haines

Bodyworker (TRE®, Chiropractic and Craniosacral), Trainer and Author (inc Pain Is Really Strange and Trauma Is Really Strange)

Yasmin Lambat

Somatic Educator and creator of SomaSensing movement therapy for chronic pain and trauma recovery

Mark Walsh

Event Director and Founder of The Embodiment Conference

Our team

Mark Walsh

Event Director and Founder of The Embodiment Conference

Steve New

Event host and manager, teacher

 

Sindre Andreassen

Embodied Coach, Stress Resilience and Chronic Pain Educator

Schedule

All times below are in UK time zone, you can check times for your timezone here

Remember all calls will be recorded and be freely available for 24 hrs then be available to buy in the shop

08.30-9.00 Welcome – Steve New
09.00-9.50: Embodying the Tissues of the Land as an Alternative Paradigm in Pain Experiences  Narelle Carter-Quinlan
10.00-10.50: How to approach chronic pain: A principles based talk connecting modalities – Sindre Andreassen

11.00-11.50: The issue is in the tissue – Yasmin Lambat
12.00-12.50: Pain is Really Strange – Steve Haines

13.00-13.50: Pelvic Health for Women – Jane Dancey

14.00-14.50: The Wisdom of Pain – Ronhild de Brito

15.00-15.50: From Pain to Glory: The Bodymind Approach™ for chronic pain and symptoms – Özlem Lale Kaleli

16.00-16.50: Structure and Foundation Training – Eric Goodman

17.00-17.50: Beyond the pain of complex trauma – Magdalena Weinstein

18.00-18.50: Realization Process: alleviate pain by restoring internal contact, balance and fluidity – Judith Blackstone

19.00-19.50: Panel Discussion: management of chronic pain – Sindre and Maria

20.00-20.50: Movement – Emory M. Moore. Jr

21.00-21.50: Embodied Pain Education – Neil Pearson

22.00-22.50: Polyvagal Theory, Yoga, and Pain – Marlysa Sullivan

23.00-23.50: Stop Chasing Pain – Perry Nickelston

You will also access the following free gifts and resources from The Embodiment Conference which you will be registered for automatically by registering for this one-day event.

eBooks
Centring: Why Mindfulness alone isn’t enough – Mark Walsh
Reach Out: Body awareness training for peacemaking – Paul Linden
Working with normal people: A guide for hippies – Mark Walsh
Embodied Wisdom: Top Tips from The Embodiment Conference 2018
Making Yoga meaningful: Taking yoga off the mat – Mark Walsh

Presentations from The Embodiment Conference 2018:
Trauma and quick Embodiment wins – Betsy Polatin
Anatomy Trains – Tom Myers
Embodiment in Tantrik Yoga – Christopher Wallis

Community call: 
Creative Courage – Brooke McNamara, Rachel Blackman and Dave Roc

*You will receive access to this event once you register, even if you have previously registered for The Embodiment Conference. Registering for this event will subscribe you to future monthly newsletters along with giving you free access to the conference. For more information see our privacy policy.

This online event is sponsored by The Embodiment Conference.

An online conference and more than that…
a kickstart to a global movement.

Embodiment is about making friends with your body, and feeling at home in your skin. The conference will give you free access to the top teachers in the field, offer a community of support, and be a huge global party to be remembered.

Embodiment is an antidote to the violence, disconnection and overwhelm caused by numbing, and a return to our shared humanity. For this reason, ​our goal is to make the 20’s the embodiment decade​,​ and help humanity thrive. The Embodiment Conference is a university, a fiesta and a catalyst. In a cynical age this is a bold vision, yes, but if not now when?

TEC will again be a uniquely rich opportunity for diverse learning, and will not only help you to come home to the anchor of your body in a chaotic world: to energise and inspire you personally, but also to connect with others for whom the body matters too. TEC will use global online community, to create local communities and real-world action.

Participants have an opportunity not just to get a bunch of information, but to clarify and digest that into wisdom. Through this event you can:

• Learn from the leaders and innovators in the field

• Gain deep personal insights (we will provide a platform to help with this)

• Deepen and reboot your own practice

• Easily learn about many new areas

• Build real relationships and gain a community of support that will continue long
after the event (online and in-person).

• Have a really good time doing all this 🙂

Making embodied wisdom available to everyone, everywhere, free of charge.

The Embodiment Conference 2020

The conference is back…bigger but easier

TEC2020 has 1000 presenters, ordered into 10 channels, and we have a clever system so you can easily find what you’ll most love.

Yes 1000! We expect 100,000+ people to attend and this may actually be the largest educational event in human history. Given the huge amount on offer and that most of us are busy people, some have asked us already how we suggest accessing the feast! Here are some options:

• Just watch the “main stage” channel where 3 of the best known presenters will be daily.

• Book some time off and treat it like a face-to-face conference! We’ll be releasing the schedule weeks in advance so you can plan if you like to be organised.

• Let us pick two talks a day for you, just tell us your main area of interest and time zone and we’ll send you a “best of” recommendations

• Dip in and out randomly simply by clicking the various channels (like having the best TV ever for 12 days)

• See what’s “hot” on the Facebook group

• Buy the recordings and never need Netflix again!

The conference is totally FREE
(only recordings cost money to cover our expenses).

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