Take your professional practice to the next level with this proven and groundbreaking method.
So you’ve been practicing and teaching yoga for some time now, or maybe you are an experienced physical therapist of some kind (like a Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist, Massage Therapist, Osteopath, Chiropractor).
You are great at what you do and have a serious passion for supporting clients to feel ease in their bodies and their minds.
But something’s missing.
You feel you could be doing more to help your clients truly move on from chronic and persistent pain, you have an inkling there are some new techniques that could help you take your practice even further and ultimately get even better outcomes for your clients.
Then you are in the right place.
This 20 hour course will teach the Foundations of SomaYoga. For more details, go to https://resolvepainguru.com/event/somayoga-foundations-course/
Friday, May 22, 2020 5-9 pm
Saturday, May 23, 2020 1-9 pm
Sunday May 24, 2020 1-9 pm
Location of course: Mountaingoat Yoga
Investment: $495 + HST
Early Bird $450 + HST (Ends April 12, 2020)
Tel: (613) 823-3949
3350 Fallowfield Rd, Unit 5
Nepean, Ontario K2J 5L1
- No refunds will be issued as of midnight April 22, 2020
- Refunds can be issued up to April 22, 2020 less a $20 administration fee.
Nicole Ablack-Ramkay, B.A.,
C-IAYT SomaYoga Therapist, Somatics Educator
I believe that the body knows how to heal itself if it is given the right tools. As a Pain Resolution Therapist, I take my clients through a journey of self-discovery and healing where they learn what patterns keep their body/mind/spirit in pain and tension. Clients learn how to undo those patterns and build new functional pain free movement, regain their strength and feel great again.
I specialize in correcting chronic pain patterns and re-igniting functional movement in my clients so that they can get back to living their lives and doing the things they love to do. I am an IAYT Certified SomaYoga Therapist, Somatic Educator, Hatha Yoga and Pilates Mat and Reformer Teacher.
In partnership with Carrie Meyer (Somatic Educator/SomaYoga Therapist) we have developed a unique and highly effective mode of rehabilitation that utilizes the principles and traditions of Yoga, Pilates and Somatic Education, called The Method. I educate clients and professionals through workshops and training courses and I have a Private Practice in Pain Resolution Therapy in Toronto, Canada. I am a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists and have been studying and working with bodies to get them out of pain through movement and mindfulness since 2005.
Carrie Meyer, B.Sc.
C-IAYT SomaYoga Therapist, Somatics Educator, ERYT-500
I believe that the only way to heal is to address the whole being – body, mind and spirit. Using a unique set of tools including somatic neuromuscular re-education (brain retraining), pain and nervous system education, functional movement re-education, breath retraining, and mind study I help clients reduce and eliminate pain in their somas.
I specialize in educating clients and professionals about how to be easier in their bodies and minds, how to use simple tools to build more stress resiliency and how to correct compensatory and chronic pain patterns. I an IAYT Certified SomaYoga Therapist and Somatics Educator with over 10 years dedicated experience working with clients to release tension and pain that is holding them back from experiencing their true joys in life.
In partnership with Nicole Ablack-Ramkay (Somatic Educator/SomaYoga Therapist) we have developed a unique and highly effective mode of rehabilitation that utilizes the principles and traditions of Yoga, Pilates and Somatic Education, called The Method. We are passionate about sharing our knowledge with yoga teachers, holistic practitioners and the medical community to support more individuals to reclaim their healing process and feeling amazing in their somas.
I have a Private Practice in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. I am a longstanding member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists and have been studying and working with bodies to get them out of pain through movement and mindfulness since 2009.