S2:16 The One About Relaxation With Shelly Prosko

S2:16 The One About Relaxation With Shelly Prosko
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What if relaxation is less than relaxing? What if you hate the word “relax” and what works for others doesn’t work for you? We recorded this podcast on the most stress-filled Tuesday, also known as Election Day. But don’t worry, we didn’t get political, and we DID offer two calming meditations right there in the podcast. We talked a lot about what relaxation is and isn’t for different people, and you’re going to love our guest expert’s take on this topic! Shelly Prosko is a physiotherapist, yoga therapist, educator, author and pioneer of PhysioYoga with over 20 years of experience integrating yoga into physiotherapy within a variety of specialty areas including helping people with chronic or persistent pain, pelvic health issues and professional burnout. She guest lectures at numerous yoga therapy and physiotherapy schools, presents at yoga and medical conferences globally, contributes to academic research and writing, provides mentorship to health and wellness providers, and offers onsite and online courses and resources for yoga and healthcare professionals and the general population. She considers herself a lifelong student and emphasizes the immense value gained from clinical experience and learning from the patients she serves, the professionals she teaches, and the colleagues with which she collaborates. Shelly has written book chapters in yoga therapy and integrative rehabilitation textbooks and is the co-editor/author of the textbook Yoga and Science in Pain Care: Treating the Person in Pain. She maintains a clinical practice in Sylvan Lake, Canada and believes compassion is the foundation of pain care, healthcare and overall well-being.


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