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Yoga As A Vehicle For Pain Science Education

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Yoga As A Vehicle For Pain Science Education

Yoga As A Vehicle For Pain Science Education

This course includes
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Certificate of completion


In this online physiotherapy course, you will learn:

  • The current research of yoga for pain
  • How yoga and pain science effectively integrate biomechanical, biomedical and biopsychosocial paradigms and practices
  • The practical application and integration through a discussion of therapeutic yoga for people in pain
The instructors
Neil Pearson

Neil Pearson is a physiotherapist, yoga therapist and Clinical Assistant Professor at University of British Columbia. He is founding chair of the Canadian Physiotherapy Pain Science Division, the first PT to receive the Canadian Pain Society's Excellence in Interprofessional Pain Education award, and a previous Director with Pain BC. He has received awards from Queen’s University and the Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia for his clinical work and teaching.

As a yoga therapist, Neil is certified with the International Association of Yoga Therapists, faculty in four yoga therapist training programs, and has trained over 2000 practitioners in the integration of pain science, pain care and yoga as therapy through his IAYT approved Pain Care Yoga certificate courses. Neil works for the Doctors of British Columbia developing and delivering Continuing Medical Education on pain management including yoga.

His recent accomplishments include lead contributor to Pain BC’s online Pain Foundations course and their Gentle Movement and Relaxation Series, and author/coeditor of the textbook, Yoga and Science in Pain Care. His patient education book, Understand Pain Live Well Again, published in 2007, has been translated to French and (written) Mandarin. His online pain care programs, First 5 Steps and Pain Care for Life are available at, while is Neil’s pain care website.

Course Material included in this course
  • Neil Pearson - San Diego Pain Summit
  • A Few Questions Before We Begin
  • Introduction
  • Research
  • Pain Neuroscience Education
  • Eight Forms of Yoga
  • Case Study
  • Q&A
  • Feedback
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