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Yoga for Pain Management with Lillie Burkons & Dr. Jessica Jenkins
June 26 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Are you or someone you know living through physical pain? Did you know that yoga is a safe and effective way to alleviate some of that pain?
We are hosting a very special workshop about this problem which, according to the CDC, over 50 million Americans live with every day. Join Lillie Burkons and Dr. Jessica Jenkins of University Hospitals as they come together to address pain and the role yoga has in healing.
Things you will learn from attending this workshop:
- How people experience pain in regards to the brain and the nervous system.
- The mind-body pain connection.
- Ways to help decrease chronic pain.
- How yoga can decrease the nervous systems response and in turn decrease pain.
Date: June 26, 2020
Time: 2:00 – 4:00pm
Lillie is a lawyer and a yoga instructor. She has apprenticed with Swami Atmarupa and is a 2019 graduate of the Citizen Yoga 200 hr teacher training program. In 2018, she received a kids yoga training certificate from the Go Yoga Initiative.
Lillie believes that yoga heals by strengthening bodies and calming minds. She practices yoga for the peace it brings her, and teaches yoga so others may find their peace.
Dr. Jenkins is a physical therapist at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center. She received her doctor of physical therapy from Duke University and her bachelor of science degree from Denison University. She has more than a decade of experience treating patients from all walks of life. Her specialties include pelvic floor dysfunction, infertility, peripartum issues, the LGBTQIA population, lymphedema, TMJ disorders, and chronic pain. She is an adjunct professor at Walsh University teaching introduction to women’s health and the women’s health elective. Dr. Jenkins has lectured at multiple universities, gyms, and yoga studios. She has co-created continuing education courses on treating pregnant and postpartum women as well as TMJ dysfunction. She is currently in the process of becoming a certified Wim Hof Method instructor. In her spare time she enjoys bike rides with her 4 children, meditating, running with her niblings, and doing yoga.