Day 30: Self-care after injury

Led by Pam Stevens-Snyder


March is Brain Injury Awareness Month, so I wrote and recorded this meditation with the hopes of helping someone else recovering from traumatic brain injury. I know first-hand what it's like to work through a brain injury, having suffered one 7 years ago during a random assault. I fully understand the pain, the confusion, the frustration! Meditation has given me hope and has allowed me to fully accept who I am now, with peace, love, and compassion, and I felt compelled to share that with others.

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Pam is a yoga instructor who shares yoga and meditation with people recovering from mild TBI, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and anxiety.  Having suffered a TBI in 2010, she fully understands the mental and physical impact of such an injury and the importance of offering hope and joy to her students. She teaches people with and without injuries, and offers all of her students classes that best suit their needs.  Her most popular classes are those that combine slow flows, meditation, and breath work to allow her students to reconnect internally without judgement, and with peace.