You can learn how to get out of back pain, knee pain and neck pain by watching these two FREE videos with Catherine Carrigan, yoga teacher with 21 years of experience.
These videos were filmed at Georgia State University on Thursday, March 30, at a class hosted by Tarryn J. Hoff of https://www.gotarryn.com, an exercise physiologist since 1997.
Watch Catherine Carrigan as she works with two students to teach them yoga and postural exercises to eliminate their pain with no drugs or surgery.
In the first video above, watch Catherine Carrigan as she works with a young woman to eliminate her back pain by changing her posture and then teaching five simple yoga exercises.
In the second video below, watch Catherine Carrigan as she works with a young man to eliminate his knee pain and neck pain by changing his the way he stands and teaching him an exercise to correct his forward head posture.
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Catherine Carrigan has 21 years experience teaching yoga in Atlanta.
Her yoga training includes six 200-hour teacher trainings and one 500-hour teacher training.
Recent research shows that yoga is as good as physical therapy for back pain.
A study of 1080 participants in 12 different trials – 7 trials in the U.S., 3 in India and 2 in the U.K. – found that yoga treatment for chronic non-specific low back pain showed moderate improvements after 3 to 6 months.
Tarryn J. Hoff is originally from Seoul, Korea and has been an exercise physiologist since 1997. He attended Concordia University Chicago where he graduated with his Bachelor of Exercise Science degree and received his personal training certification from the Cooper Institute. He began his personal training career at the West Cook YMCA in Oak Park, Illinois. Upon relocating to Atlanta in 2000, he continued working for the YMCA at the Alpharetta Ed Isakson Branch. From that point on, he went on to work as a personal trainer for many prestigious Atlanta fitness centers including the Concourse Athletic Club, the Perimeter Summit Health Club, the Plaza Executive Health Club, and the AT&T Health Fitness Center. Since 2004, he had worked his way up from working as a Wellness Coordinator, to Fitness Director, all the way to Program Manager which includes over seven years of professionally managing other fitness professionals.
If you would like a personal postural assessment to understand why your back hurts and what you can do about it, call 678-612-8816 or email email@example.com.
To join Catherine’s ongoing yoga classes, follow the directions at this link. We meet Tuesday evenings from 7:30 to 9 p.m., Thursday mornings from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and Thursday evenings 7:30 to 9 p.m.
Private lessons meet by appointment Monday through Friday.
Photo of cat pose courtesy of Diane Fulmer of Savannah, Georgia.