A chronic pain workshop specifically to help those who have been in pain a long time understand what pain is, explore the role of the brain and more importantly reveal the remarkable ability we all have to rewire the brain and change our experience of pain
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If you have been in pain a long time I appreciate you may feel like there is nothing that can provide you with that relief you crave and you have resigned yourself to a life of pain and discomfort, you may be skeptical that I can offer you anything you haven’t heard of before.
But what if you could be free of it? The truth is it is likely that you can be, in fact the longer you have had the pain the easier it is to remove it. I have successfully work with many clients to free them from long term persistent pain.
In this workshop I will reveal how strange pain is and how understanding pain can often be the key to freedom from the effects of pain. In exploring the role of the brain in pain I will reveal how we all have the remarkable ability to retrain our brain and how you can change your experience of pain.
Caregivers and individuals who have chronic pain as a primary or secondary symptom such as, but not limited to:
I was living with chronic pain from fibromyalgia and arthritis.Bev worked her magic on me to help banish my pain. I have had amazing results, I don’t have the systemic constant pain and burning and have much more energy.I am so grateful to have met Bev, she has helped me move on to a better and much more comfortable place – Roslyn
Bev helped me through a chronic degenerative neck pain that I have had for some time now, within just a few minutes I left relieved and pain free, It was incredible and I never expected it at all. Thank you – Zeenat
Bev worked on my shoulder pain which I had for four years, it’s gone! I felt immediate relief followed by subtle changes and now it feels entirely different. I would recommend Bev to anyone she has a real passion for her work. – Joanne
Please note: This does not constitute medical advice nor is it a substitute for it. You must have been diagnosed by a medical professional who has prescribed or advised pain relief.