Many people - people with pain, yoga teachers and health practitioners - think that Yoga for Pain is about modifying postures to suit physical injuries. While the training does help with making better movement choices, this is in fact just one part of a range of skills we offer to help those with pain.
An hour alone in a capsule partially filled with water may not seem like your idea of relaxation, especially if you experience chronic pain.
But learning to relax is an important part of pain management and a float tank session with Perth-based Beyond Rest can be the perfect opportunity.
Here are five tips inspired by Yoga for Pain to help those with persistent pain get the most out of their salt-water solo time:
Ellie had been suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome for 16 months. She found restorative yoga beneficial but wanted to continue to develop her practice to build strength, refine her technique, and establish a practice that suited her body.