As you loyal followers know, the Dancing with Pain company was off to a soaring start last summer, until it got waylaid in August — when a nasty auditory injury messed up my head and life for the next half a year. I am now ready to pick up where I left off, and I invite you to participate in making the Dancing with Pain method accessible to people in pain across the globe.
I am going to share with you my vision, then let you know where I’d like your input and participation. At the end of this blog post is information on the teleconference I will host on Monday evening, where we can all gather and share ideas about how to get this puppy on the road!
- Travel around the world, teaching live programs – including the physical dance method and lifestyle management program (for people living with chronic pain) and the healthcare training seminar (for practitioners treating people in pain).
- Offer multimedia programs — audio and video classes, webinars, and teleconferences – with the same content as live programs.
- Travel around the world, speaking at conferences – sharing my story and that of my students, to inspire others in their own self-healing journey or in their journey working with pain patients.
- Publish a book and articles teaching the concepts taught in the live and multimedia programs.
- Launch formal clinical trials on the dance method, so as to procure quantifiable data.
- Offer merchandise with inspirational slogans based on the Dancing with Pain method, to cheerlead people in pain and remind them of their self-healing power.
- Launch the Dancing with Pain Institute — offering certification programs for dance method teachers and healthcare practitioners, as well as annual conferences for the chronic pain community.
Would you like to help me figure out how to make it all happen? Let’s talk on a conference call, this Monday, President’s Day Holiday, at 5 pm PST (California time), 8 pm EST (New York time). Call 1-712-432-3030. When prompted, enter conference code 126988.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org!