Being Yoga Podcast
Episode 7 - Nichole Hamilton
Heal Your Hips and Manage Joint Pain in Yoga
Do you ever experience pain in your hips, lower back and around the joints when you do yoga? If so, you're going to love this episode. I speak with Nichole Hamilton from Synergy Physio about why people are experiencing so much pain in their pelvis from a practice of yoga that is supposed to be making you feel great.
Most importantly we talk about what you can do in your yoga practice and what to avoid so as to start feeling more balanced. Nichole is also a pain management expert and we talk about how to understand and manage pain whether in yoga or in life.
Nichole Hamilton has over 20 years of clinical experience as a qualified physiotherapist and runs her own private physiotherapy practice called ‘Synergy Physio’ with a team of 6 women. She runs regular workshops for physiotherapists and has lectured both nationally and internationally on the management of hip and pelvic pain. Nichole has additional qualifications in Connect Therapy which offers a full body ‘big picture’ approach to pain and injury.
Nichole is also a yoga teacher, a mindfulness meditation teacher and a Demartini facilitator. She is passionate is education and health and loves to explore the connections between body heart and mind to help her patients reach their potential.
Where to find Nichole Hamilton: Links
insta: synergy.physio (for all things physio related)
synergy.women (for all things womens health related)
the.yoga.physio (for all things yogi/physio related)
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