Meditation and Relaxation for persistent Pain

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Not sure if meditation is for you? What if it is called relaxation or quiet sitting? Does pain interfere with any type of relaxing? … Come along and explore various techniques; you can either participate or just listen.

We will be doing a very short relaxation session.  You can ask questions, or comment on your meditation practice or difficulty relaxing. A longer meditation will complete the session. Sit, stand, lie down as you wish; if lying, bring a blanket/cushion if possible.

Suzanne Newnham has been teaching various styles of meditation since 1988. From a life-time of chronic pain of varying degrees, she has developed a variety of meditative techniques for people experiencing chronic pain.

 

WHERE:  Pearce Community Centre, Shout Office Building 1, 1 Collett Place, Pearce ACT (Canberra)

BYO: Your lunch if you’d like to have it at the event.  Coffee and tea will be available.

This talk is part of the Pain Support ACT inc’s Expert Speaker Program and is open to everyone.

A small donation to help Pain Support cover basic costs is requested.

Further information: Call 02 62901984 or send a message http://www.painsupportact.org.au/contact-us/

Meditation and Relaxation for persistent Pain

WHAT?  Meditation and Relaxation for persistent pain

Not sure if meditation is for you? What if it is called relaxation or quiet sitting? But pain interferes with any type of relaxing? … come and explore various techniques; you can either participate or listen and watch.

We’ll be doing a very short relaxation session.  Ask questions, or comment on your meditation practice or difficulty relaxing. A longer meditation will complete the session. Sit, stand, lie down as you wish; if lying, bring a blanket/cushion if possible.

Suzanne Newnham has been teaching various styles of meditation since 1988. From a life-time of chronic pain of varying degrees, she has developed a variety of meditative techniques for people experiencing chronic pain.

WHERE:  Pearce Community Centre, 1 Collett Place Pearce, opposite the shops.

ACCESSIBLE?:  Yes, call for more details .

WHO?: Open to all.  A small donation to help Pain Support cover basic costs is requested.

Tea, coffee provided. BYO lunch if you like.