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Dr. Crystal Frazee



Dr. Crystal Frazee



Dr. Frazee began her career as the Director of Rehabilitation at the prestigious Dallas Spinal Rehabilitation Center.

She is the founder of the Mindful Pain Relief Method™, a practicing Doctor of Physical Therapy, a certified Yoga Therapist, and a certified Health & Wellness Coach.

She has spent the past 14 years studying how to apply mind-body medicine to behavior change so that you can experience better and longer lasting results.

She combines simple and effective strategies for nutrition, mindfulness, and movement to create a customized lifestyle plan for you.

Crystal was educated and trained in depth at the following organizations: University of Georgia, University of Colorado Denver, Dr. Michael Arloski, PhD from Real Balance Wellness, North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy at Andrews University, National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine, Graduate School of Behavioral Sciences, Pranakriya School of Yoga Healing Arts, Institute for Integrative Yoga Studies, and the Integrative Women’s Health Institute.

She is dedicated to being a lifelong learner and continues to pursue training on the most relevant topics to serve you.

Breath as a Gateway to the Self

SATURDAY / 2:10- 4:10

This workshop will be a guided discussion and experiential practice on the breath and how it relates to a deeper understanding of the self.

Yoga therapists often begin with clients by teaching breathing practices and will benefit from this thorough discussion of breathing as a behavior and what the drivers of various breathing behaviors may be.

Specifically, participants will gain greater confidence of respiratory physiology and mechanics, as well as the somatic, emotional, mental, social, and spiritual drivers of altered breathing behaviors.

Yoga therapists will learn how to use meditation, inquiry, and guided imagery to help clients transform their relationship to their breath and therefore, sense of self. 

This framework will advance skills for all yoga therapists, especially those working with chronic pain, respiratory conditions, or trauma populations.

Yoga Therapy for Postpartum Recovery

SATURDAY / 4:30 - 6:30

When does a woman’s postpartum recovery end?

How can the birth experience alter a women’s connection to herself and her experience of the world around her?

Participants will gain an understanding of how to design a yoga therapy program that supports the need for the postpartum woman to reorganize and stabilize on many levels.

We will discuss how a comprehensive yoga therapy plan will integrate the unique musculoskeletal, emotional, mental, and spiritual needs of a woman after experiencing birth.

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