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Catherine Justice
PT, DPT, FAIHM, C-IAYT, CST, E-RYT (she/her)

BIO

Catherine Justice

PT, DPT, FAIHM, C-IAYT, CST, E-RYT (she/her)

www.artofwellness.yoga

 

Catherine Justice is an integrative physical therapist, a certified yoga therapist, a yoga researcher, an artist, and a meditation instructor. She received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Minnesota in 2010 and graduated with honors from the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine’s two-year Integrative Medicine Fellowship program in 2022. Catherine has studied many styles of yoga and meditation for over 3 decades and is the Associate Editor for the International Journal of Yoga Therapy. She is the founder of The Art of Wellness, LLC - an organization dedicated to optimizing wellness for individuals, organizations, and communities through customized, whole-person integrative physical therapy, consulting, coaching, and teaching. Catherine has dedicated her career to helping to improve equity and reduce suffering in our world, including extensive training and experience helping people who experience chronic pain.

Neuroscience Yoga Therapy & Chronic Pain

Saturday 8:00 - 10:00


This workshop will explore the intersection of yoga therapy philosophy and techniques with an integrative health, whole-person care model for people experiencing persistent pain. Bridging the gaps between the neuroscience of pain, lifestyle medicine, the Pancha Maya Kosha model, and bio-psycho-social-spritual-environmental aspects of chronic pain, this interactive workshop will provide evidence based therapeutic yoga tools to give yoga professionals the expertise and confidence to facilitate healing for people who experience long standing pain.

Yoga Therapy for Chronic Neck Pain & Headaches

Saturday 10:30 - 12:30

Headaches and neck pain are highly prevalent conditions, causing significant disability and suffering throughout the world. Yoga therapy has a unique vantage point to address the physical, emotional, psychological, social, environmental, and spiritual aspects of these conditions. Drawing from yoga research, pain science, integrative medicine, and trauma-informed care principles, this workshop will explore the myriad ways that yoga can bring relief to people with chronic neck pain and headaches.

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