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Wellington

Workshop 1& 2: Navigating Pain: Understanding and Breaking the Cycle & Holistic Approaches to Pain Management

Explore the intricate role of pain in our lives, focusing on the need for protection. Delve into the differences between acute and chronic pain and discover natural ways to manage pain with "Ngā Whakaritenga Kore-Whakaruke Rongoā."

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Workshop 1& 2: Navigating Pain: Understanding and Breaking the Cycle & Holistic Approaches to Pain Management
Workshop 1& 2: Navigating Pain: Understanding and Breaking the Cycle & Holistic Approaches to Pain Management

Time & Location

21 Apr 2024, 10:30 am – 1:30 pm

Wellington, Colombo Street &, Rintoul Street, Newtown, Wellington 6021, New Zealand

About the event

Workshops on pain management 

Workshop 1: Navigating Pain: Understanding and Breaking the Cycle

Explore the intricate role of pain in our lives, focusing on the need for protection. Delve into the differences between acute and chronic pain through the lens of "te io topu tairongo." Gain insights into the chronic pain cycle, or "te awhe mamae whakatino," and learn the significance of understanding pacing, its utilization, and its importance with "te whakamārama i te whakatikatika me te whakamahi i te tāhuhu, ā, he aha te whai take.

Learning objectives:

· The role of pain - the need for protection & the difference between acute and chronic pain (te io topu tairongo)

· Chronic pain cycle (te awhe mamae whakatino)

· Understanding pacing, its utilization, and its importance (te whakamārama i te whakatikatika me te whakamahi i te tāhuhu, ā, he aha te whai take)

Workshop 2: "Holistic Approaches to Pain Management" Embark on a journey of non-pharmacologic interventions, discovering natural ways to manage pain with "Ngā Whakaritenga Kore-Whakaruke Rongoā." Establish rules and routines for restful sleep, addressing fatigue and its impact on pain. Learn to enhance well-being through holistic practices in this insightful workshop. We will have various guest speakers from different—backgrounds to talk to you about non-Western medicine practices, such as acupuncture, traditional Chinese medicine., medical cannabis, Rongoa Rakau: Maori Herbal Medicine etc 

Learning objectives:

· Non-pharmacologic interventions - exploring natural ways to manage pain (Ngā Whakaritenga Kore-Whakaruke Rongoā - ngā huarahi takitahi ki te whakahaere i te mamae)

· Sleep - Establishing rules and routines for sleep, including addressing fatigue (Te moe - ngā whakaritenga me ngā ture mō te moe, ka whakapaukaha hoki i te whakapaukaha)

Light refreshments provided 

As we want to make these accessible to everyone, this Koha workshop is where you can pay what you can. The payments made help us cover the costs at our end. While mask-wearing is optional at this event, let's remember that some attendees may be immune-compromised and rely on the collective effort to create a safe environment. Wearing a mask demonstrates empathy and consideration for those who may be more vulnerable, fostering inclusivity and respect within our community. Let's keep the spirit of care alive and make everyone feel welcome by being mindful of our choices.

Hosted by EWA founder Yessenia.

Tickets

  • Workshop 1

    Workshop 1: "Navigating Pain: Understanding and Breaking the Cycle"

    From $0.00 to $25.00
    • $0.00
      +$0.00 service fee
    • $5.00
      +$0.13 service fee
    • $10.00
      +$0.25 service fee

Total

$0.00

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