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Here’s what you might not know:
Most people with migraine struggle to get regular exercise, and it’s not their fault.
Integrating daily movement and stress relief into your daily life takes a specialized step-by-step approach that understands your migraine brain.
So it’s time to start bringing migraine-friendly movement back in your life with yoga, while reducing your stress level and increasing your emotional resilience in one fell swoop.
Program runs February 20 through April 3, 2021
Practice yoga 30 minutes daily (with options for low and high pain days).
Implement small lifestyle changes to manage migraine symptoms.
Empower you to support your own physical and mental health.
Improve your mental health while feeling happier and more relaxed.
Improve your quality of life and decrease your disability from migraine.
February 20 through April 3, 2021
Beyond Migraine follows Adriane Dellorco’s unique holistic approach to reducing migraine symptoms called the 3-R Framework for Migraine Reduction:
"For years, doctors have requested I add exercise to my chronic migraine lifestyle. Chronic migraines prevented exercise as keeping my exertion level low enough to keep migraines at bay was next to impossible. Adriane has taught me how to incorporate exercise and keep the exertion low enough I can complete a full hour 3 times a week on a fairly routine basis. My doctors are happier, I feel better and, I believe, with continued practice I’ll be able to improve my migraine numbers! If you were on the fence about trying the series, don't hesitate. GO FOR IT!"
-Joan Dell, USA
"I have nothing but excellent things to say about Adriane and her Yoga for Migraine online classes. She is so kind and gentle and meets you where you are at and is keenly interested in making certain your needs and expectations are met. She takes the time to see how certain elements need to be modified to ensure that it works for you. Adriane is truly committed to nurturing everyone's body, mind and spirit through yoga. I'm blessed to be a part of this online community and take part in her yoga classes to benefit me in addressing my chronic migraines."
-Michele Haudegand-Gogh, USA
Program runs February 20 through April 3, 2021
"I am loving Adriane's Yoga for Migraine classes. I have taken yoga classes in the past, however too many of the poses were pain triggers for me. The sun salutations in particular were such a source of dread that I was unable to benefit from the classes. I love taking the classes in the privacy of my own home where I can take my time getting comfortable and not feel judged. Because I am home, I feel free trying the different options Adriane offers for many of the poses without feeling like I am distracting others. Adriane has adapted traditional yoga to be user friendly for anyone suffering from migraines, as well as other physical challenges that make self-care a challenge."
-Kathi Gandara, USA
"I highly recommend Adriane’s classes. I feel more relaxed and my mental health has improved. I feel healthier and I love being with a group of others who understand my condition. I leave each practice feeling truly unwound, with my body loose and relaxed, and my mind calm and easy.”
-Fiona Jeffery, Australia
I have been living with migraine since 2007. Like many of you, I have tried just about everything under the sun to help manage it. I counted once, and it was over two dozen holistic and pharmaceutical treatments to manage my migraine symptoms.
During my adult life, I have been a public school teacher, dance teacher and mother of two little ones. The years when I played all three of those roles at the same time resulted in my most challenging chronic migraine period. 15+ migraine days a month, and depression as a result.
I was able to decrease the frequency of my migraine attacks back to episodic through lifestyle changes and my Yoga for Migraine practice. I'm down to less than four migraine attacks per month now, with my menstrual migraine still being my biggest trigger. What's more, my mental health has drastically improved and I feel emotionally and physically resilient.
I have practiced yoga for over twenty years, but the way I practiced changed drastically once I developed frequent migraines. Before migraine, I used to practice vigorous yoga in heated yoga studios. After migraine, hot vinyasa yoga was definitely a trigger and I had to find other styles.
Yoga for Migraine was born out of my own search for a yoga practice that was healing and not triggering for my migraine brain.
Yoga has been such a blessing in my life.
Yoga is one of the essential tools I use to manage the ups and downs of life with migraine.
May you also find healing and comfort from headache and migraine through yoga.
"I've been doing yoga for a few years, but I've never taken a class that felt so tuned in to what I need! I'm very appreciative of your work!"
- Angie Glaser, Senior Editor of Migraine Again, USA
"I have had the privilege to experience the rejuvenating effects of Adriane's classes: going into class with full-blown migraine symptoms and excessive fatigue, then finishing class re-energized and with a clear head."
- Ute Balsley, USA
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Beyond Migraine’s goal is to help you establish a daily 30 minute yoga practice. Expect to practice yoga about 3 hours per week plus 45 minutes in group coaching and 1 hour of education and reflection activities for a total of 4-5 hours per week. These hours are an investment in your health that will actually save you exponentially more hours from time in bed with a migraine attack.
Yoga for Migraine is the only program that is created by a migraine warrior and specifically meets the unique needs and challenges of people living with migraine. Our focus is on relaxation and releasing neck and upper body tension. We eliminate common migraine triggers like inversions, fast vinyasa and poses that create neck strain. We offer practices for low and high pain days that will support you no matter how you’re feeling.
There are options for low pain and high pain day practices. One of my favorite practices when I’m stuck in bed with a migraine attack is yoga nidra, which simply involves laying in bed and listening to a guided meditation. What makes this program so doable is that there are always yoga practices that you can do no matter how much pain you’re in. What’s more, doing those practices during a high pain day can soothe your pain and help you recover more quickly.
The program runs February 20 through April 3, 2021 for 6 weeks with live sessions every Saturday plus recorded videos, readings and PDFs during the week.
Saturdays at 8:30am PT/ 11:30am ET. Each 1 hour 15 minute live session includes 30 minutes of yoga 45 minutes of group coaching, education, support and problem solving. All live sessions are recorded and included.
The Yoga for Migraine practices in this program are geared towards people who have been unable to exercise regularly due to migraine. Props and multiple options are always offered for each pose to make the practice comfortable and accessible to people of all fitness levels.
The ideal yoga set up for this program is a yoga mat, one rectangular full-size yoga bolster, two foam yoga blocks, two yoga blankets, one yoga strap and an eye pillow or hand towel. Substitutes can be made with items around your house in a pinch, and I offer ideas in the course. Students have found that having the right props makes their practices so much more effective and comfortable.
There are no refunds available for this first beta run of this program, as participants understand that the program is still a work-in-progress that we are testing. You will have lifetime access to the program with all recordings of the live sessions, even if you are unable to join us for the live portion for some reason.
Not at all! We always have a mix of yoga newbies and those who have practiced yoga for years. The yoga practices are very physically accessible and multiple options are offered for each pose.
Yes! There is recent research showing yoga to reduce migraine attacks by almost half. In addition, the mindfulness, lifestyle management and group coaching approaches in this program are backed up by research to help reduce migraine attacks and their disability.
You have lifetime access to Beyond Migraine, for as long as the course shall live.
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