Introducing the Sunlight in Winter Youtube Channel

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Ever have one of those days where you want to keep working/thinking/being productive, but your body just wants you to lie down with a heating pad?

That, unfortunately, has been happening to me quite a bit recently.   I’ve been wanting to sit at my computer and either study or work on my blog, but my neck and shoulders have just not been on board.

Trying to look on the bright side, I remembered that there were a ton of pain science-related videos on Youtube that I’ve been meaning to check out.  So I decided to use my “lying-down” time to catch up.  I started saving my favorites to playlists, so that I could just lie down and listen, and not have to worry about getting up and selecting the next video.

And then it occurred to me—maybe other people would enjoy these playlists too.   It’s a lot more relaxing to just start a playlist and let it run, instead of having to get up and go to the computer every time you want to start a new video.   It also makes taking a break a lot less frustrating, since you can keep your mind going with something productive.

So, check out my channel!  So far I’ve broken things down into a few separate playlists, some based on topic and some by speaker.  I’ll be adding to it as time goes by.  Let me know if you have any comments or recommendations for videos I should add.

To go directly to some of my favorite videos:

Lorimer Moseley: Why things hurt

Elliot Krane: The mystery of chronic pain

The evidence for physical therapy for chronic pain

Hope you enjoy!

Photo credit: Dan Barbus


2 thoughts on “Introducing the Sunlight in Winter Youtube Channel

  1. Hi I’m Heather! Please email me when you get a chance, I have a question about your blog! Heather.vonstjames(at)gmail.com Thanks!!

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