Yoga Hawaii $30 for the Workshop Experiencing and managing pain is a multidimensional process that engages our physical, mental and emotional systems. While we may feel physically tight, sore or experience chronic pain (knee, low back, shoulder, or neck pain), these conditions impact our entire being. Through yoga, we learn that we can manage our pain through multidimensional approaches (Koshas) so that we are able to better engage in our daily lives. Whether this means reducing the sensation of pain or finding more pain-free moments in our day, we always use our first and most important tool – our breath – to help create awareness in our bodies, minds and beings. In this two hour workshop, participants will practice yoga poses, breath techniques, and relaxation methods and learn up-to-date information about self care and pain management. With Lindsey Sutton: Lindsey is an educator and yoga practitioner. She holds a PhD in Geography emphasizing human development and resiliency, and works as a Yoga Therapist at the Kaimuki-Waialae YMCA. Combining her dedication to community service with her passion for yoga, she teaches yoga classes for all populations, and works with individuals in one-on-one yoga therapy sessions. Lindsey has developed and taught yoga programs for all ages in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Frisco, Texas, Stuttgart, Germany, San Diego, CA and Honolulu, HI and has volunteered teaching yoga in every places she has lived. She specializes in trauma sensitive yoga as well as yoga for children. She has authored a children’s yoga book series, co-produced a yoga kids music album, and developed YogaFit® Fit and Focused Kids. Lindsey is also a member of the Hawaii Parkinson Association Board of Directors offering her knowledge of and background in wellness, healing and yoga for Parkinson patients.