Transforming Chronic Pain offers you a way to feel better in your body.
In this unique series we begin with awareness of the body through gentle movement. Become more attuned to how your thoughts and feelings impact your body's healing ability, and find self-expression in a healthy way.
I was struggling with two pain issues that were interfering with my life: knee injury and chronic illness. I was not in any physical condition to move, yet I felt this Chronic Pain Program would be a way to get in touch with my body instead of focusing on the pain and negative feelings. It is this slow and safe movement that helped me. I now have a different view of myself other than, “I am a person with chronic pain." - R.B. New Jersey, 2017
Week 1: Experience ease and self-healing through gentle movement.
Week 2: Discover a healthy way to express emotions through a variety of movement styles.
Week 3: Become more aware of how thoughts and words affect your well-being, creating a healthy practice.
Week 4: Shift into a new daily practice that will transform your relationship with your body.
BONUS! Participants also receive one private session with Teresa to be scheduled.
This small group experience offers a warm, welcoming space for people living with persistent pain due to illness or injury (including fibromyalgia, autoimmune illness, arthritis and cancer).*
*Please consult your physician before attending this program.
Teresa’s joyful approach and expertise helps people to feel comfortable and at ease. She is a compassionate teacher who sees her students as whole beings, gently guiding them to move in a way that offers much more beyond the class.
Teresa has personal experience living with Rheumatoid Arthritis which led her to find healing movement to help relieve pain. She is a Healing Movement Specialist, Nia® 1st Degree Black Belt and instructor for 12 years, Ageless Grace Educator and Trainer, and she is the founder of Live Love Move, offering innovative and fun classes and programs for people of all ages. Teresa is currently continuing her education through a three-year certification in Dance Movement Therapy in New York City.