Workshop will be repeated on May 19th at 9 am
BE SURE TO REGISTER IN ADVANCE
Can meditation reduce pain? Meditation for pain relief has been used by humans for hundreds of years. It is well known for relieving several types of pain.
Meditation can help you divert your mind from feeling pain and helps you focus on other things. This way you will experience less pain and recover quickly. Mindfulness meditation, in particular, can help you cope with various mental and health problems, pain, and anxiety. Meditation allows you to focus on your breathing, diverting your mind from negative thoughts or experiencing sensations. Researchers claim that, during meditation, parts of the brain responsible for maintaining focus and processing emotions become more active, thus the person does not experience much pain.
Numerous studies have shown that meditation can help you get rid of pain without any side effects. Many researchers claim that an hour of meditation training has the potential to dramatically reduce pain due to some changes in brain wave activity, blood flow, autonomic functions, and neurotransmitters.
This workshop will share various meditation techniques that will assist you in pain relief.
As someone who has dealt with Fibromyalgia, Migraines, and other pain in the past, I have found meditation extremely beneficial for me. ~ Deb
Meditate Madison provides meditation instruction and meditations as self-help, self-improvement, learning, motivation, relaxation and de-stressing aids. They do not constitute a replacement for medical or psychological treatment and Meditate Madison neither expresses nor implies any claims to the contrary.
As a member of the workshop, you will also receive a free pass to attend one of our meditation classes whenever you choose so you can continue to learn and assist yourself with meditation.
If you can lie down, you can bring a mat, pillow, light blanket for a deep relaxation we will do. We do have a few mats and pillows available.
You can easily sit in a chair for the meditation. Dress comfortably and you can bring a pillow for your back if feel you need to do so while sitting in a chair. If you have a meditation cushion, you can bring it, but it is not required.
Day: Saturday, May 5th
Time: 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Instructor: Deb Phelps
You will also receive a free pass to attend one of our meditation classes whenever you choose so you can continue to learn and assist yourself with meditation.
Location: 621 N. Sherman Avenue, Suite B11