Yoga for Endo and Pelvic Pain

7-Week Online Series with Sarah Garden

Endometriosis is one of the leading causes of pelvic pain

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Endometriosis affects approximately 176 million people worldwide and is one of the leading causes of pelvic pain. People managing this disease can struggle with acute pain episodes, chronic pain, and other debilitating symptoms which can drastically impact quality of life.
Although there is no cure for endometriosis, Yoga and Yoga Therapy can provide an integrative approach to treating endometriosis, dysmenorrhoea (painful menstruation), and pelvic pain.
In this 7-week Yoga series, Yoga Therapist and Teacher Sarah Garden (she/her/hers) will guide us through the things we need to know for our students/clients dealing with endometriosis and its associated symptoms.
Using a biopsychosocial model, this workshop series will provide participants with a deeper understanding of endometriosis, its symptoms, and potential complications. We’ll also learn how other symptoms can be linked to endometriosis such as:
  • Dysmenorrhoea (painful periods)
  • Dysuria (painful urination)
  • Dyschezia (painful/difficult pooping)
  • Dyspareunia (painful intercourse)
and how to use yoga therapy tools to treat them.

7-Week Yoga Series Details

Thursdays Sep 21 – Nov 2 @ 3:30pm PDT | 5:30pm CDT | 6:30pm EDT
Each class is 75 minutes.

$200 USD


  • 7 x 75-minute Yoga for Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain guided by Sarah Garden
  • 1-Year unlimited access to recordings of all 7-class series

      Yoga Alliance CEUs

      Yes, this yoga series counts for Yoga Alliance continuing education hours.

      Upon completion of the series all participants will be enrolled via YA.

      I-AYT CEUs

      Sarah Garden is a certified yoga therapist through I-AYT.

      To find out more about the I-AYT CE program – click here.

      Yoga for Endo & Pelvic Pain

      The workshop series will also give participants:
      • Clarity on pain types, how endometriosis is categorized, and the complexity of working with endometriosis symptoms
      • Knowledge of the role of mixed pain types in endometriosis
      • Guidance on how a biopsychosocial approach to treatment can help
      • Perspective on the lived experience of endometriosis and the skills to listen, acknowledge and teach patients how to take an active role in their own disease management
      • Tools for healthcare practitioners to educate their patients/clients and provide them with non-pharmacological/surgical tools to manage their pain and symptoms.

      About Sarah

      Sarah Garden, C-IAYT

      Sarah Garden has been a yoga therapist for over twenty years and has developed a thriving local yoga therapy practice in Saskatchewan, training hundreds of yoga teachers both in Canada and internationally.

      Sarah works as a full-time pain educator and yoga therapist at the Regina Chronic Pain Clinic where she is part of an interdisciplinary chronic pain team.

      Sarah regularly speaks at medical conferences about the benefits of therapeutic yoga as a whole person modality to compliment conventional treatment or to treat when conventional treatment fails.

      She believes yoga can play a valuable role in the treatment of everything from persistent pain, to cancer treatment and recovery, to women’s health issues. She has forged relationships with many local doctors, physiotherapists, massage therapists, and other health practitioners to work co-cooperatively to better serve students.