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Break The Boom and Bust cycle of pain when trying to get things done

Create your own personal Pacing Plan and get back to doing

the things you enjoy without the pain crash.

You know that frustrating cycle...

When you finally have a good pain day (or at least a relatively good day) and you know you have a whole lot on your to-do list. You get started with dogged determination and...

The Output

You feel pretty good, so you get to work and get a lot done, or at least more than you had expected, then....

The Pain

The pain sets in because the proverbial 'envelope' was pushed too far...then,

The Fear & Frustration

Frustration around the pain you are feeling, the restrictions your pain is putting on you and the fear of doing it all over again sets in. That's the Boom & Bust cycle of getting things done with persistent pain.

Bottom Line

You want to be able to confidently tackle

that to-do list

without the pain flare up the next day. 

Here's A Question For You...

What if you could take the guess work out of 

how-much-is-too-much and got strategic instead? 

This is where the 3 P's 

(Pacing Plan 4 Pain)

 Mini Workshop comes in

where you'll learn...


Learn the formula (yes, there actually IS a formula) that will help clearly outline how much to start with.


Build a plan that is uniquely yours to help break the boom/bust cycle that you can build upon as you get stronger.


Applying and practicing what you learn in this workshop will, overtime, help you to do more with less pain. That's not just talk, that's pain science!

With a Pacing Plan 4 Pain you can...

  • Confidently get back to your to-do list
  • Move beyond the fear of The Boom/Bust Cycle and get back to the activities you love
  • Strategically get back to connecting with others (because pacing is also for connecting socially)

Here's everything we'll cover

  1. 1
    Understanding pain so you can take back some control
  2. 2
    The boom/bust mentality and how to circumnavigate it so that you are not chronically 'over doing it'
  3. 3
    The laws of inertia and how it is affecting your pain
  4. 4
    Pacing for pain
  5. 5
    Pacing for fatigue
  6. 6
    How gentle step by step exposure can build the belief that you are capable
  7. 7
    How to calculate your own pacing plan so you can confidently get back to work

Everything you need to create your own personalized pain pacing plan

 (that's a tongue twister!)

Working with Deana I feel like I have gained not only a deeper understanding of my pain, where it comes from but most importantly how to best control it. I have also learned how to move safely through the pain and as a result am more confident with movement. Deana is passionate and knowledgeable about the complexities of chronic pain.

John C.


Hi, I'm deana

I have been working those who live with pain for 13 years. I make it my mission to first educate about some of the control you DO have over non cancer cp and then to break down the overwhelm of self care management options. I am the chief curator and head pain coach at Pain 2 Possibilities and The Change Pain Academy.

If you're willing to invest 45 minutes with me to get fully up to speed on how to pace yourself strategically then I promise to reward you with just enough good stuff to help you get back to work and back to your to-do list safely.

After this workshop you will have a clearer sense of where pain comes from and how to craft your own pacing plan so that you can get back to work, back to moving or back to connecting with others.

Here's what we know the key components of pain management (beyond the medication and surgical procedures) are as stated by the leading pain researchers...

Understanding Pain

When you start to think differently about your chronic pain because you have a deeper understanding of where it comes from.

A Plan

Whether it's dealing with pacing, your nutrition or getting back to life, a strategic, well laid out plan is the safest most sustainable way forward.

Courage, Persistence & Patience

Managing pain takes courage, persistence and patience...just as all good things take time and effort so too does this path.

A Pain Coach

I swear I did not make this up! A Pain Coach is meant to guide you, challenge your thoughts, actions and help to move you forward.

Pacing Plan 4 Pain Mini-Workshop Includes:

Workshop content and recordings + Q & A to keep (valued at $197)

Pacing formula worksheet, brainstorming, & tracking worksheets (valued at $17)

Total Value $214


Still Have Questions? We've Got Answers

Everything hurts. How would it get better with a pacing plan?

Having a pacing plan won't 'cure' your pain but it will get you up and back to doing things you enjoy, desensitize the overly conditioned pain response, bring back a sense of control over the pain by slowly building exposure and with time, help you to believe you are capable. That's pretty incredible...but it will take time, patience and practice! Most times it takes one brave step forward, and this is one big step!

How much time do the lessons take to do?

The mini workshop is broken down into three lessons and each lesson takes about 20 minutes to complete. There are also the bonuses that you can work through at your convenience. It is done this way to allow for breaks because sitting for 90 minutes is just not comfortable!

I'm a caregiver for a loved one with chronic pain. Will this workshop help both of us out?

Yes! This is a great tool that builds awareness for both AND can be worked through together. What better way to show your support than to be a part of the process. It may also help you, the caregiver, family member, loved one to gain greater insight into the possibilities of chronic pa*n management.

Could this work for kids and teens too?

Yes, if you are a human, regardless of your age...this could help you too.