Carolyn Nicholls, our guest teacher, will be sharing some news on British research presently underway on AT and offering to all participants the opportunity to share her experience and practical knowledge of hands on practice and working with people in pain. 

Her Working with Pain practical workshop will allow participants to try out various procedures she has developed for working with those in pain. Working as the advisor to the ASPEN (LBP) trial and having many trainees over the years with chronic severe pain, Carolyn has refined ways of working that encourage release, even in those with chronic pain. This workshop will look at practical ways of helping pupils manage their fear of moving, how to encourage greater sensory awareness, particularly around breathing, and ways of using the hands elastically (as an extension of our use) that stimulates an elastic response in our pupils.

 

 

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