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Jen Kagan is CI, CT with almost 30 years in the field. She has given workshops for Purple, Sign Language Studios, local school districts, and regional RID associations. She is a certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher CIYT, and Yoga Therapist C-IAYT, with thousands of hours of studying and teaching. She is an Ayurveda Therapist, and cranial sacral therapist
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I'm on a mission to help all interpreters be empowered with tools to stay out of pain and ensure a long career
Interpreting is a job we all love, but let's be honest it is hard on the body and especially now that we are doing more on video. The reality is no one talks about the effects on the body! How can we have a sustainable career if we don't have the techniques and tools to address the accumulated stress, burnout, or compassion fatigue? In fact, taking care of yourself can be a radical act!
Are you ready to get radical with me?
Why me? Because I have been interpreting for close to 30 years and have integrated a yoga practice that has empowered me to know how to help myself get out of pain and release the stress from building up in my body and in my mind. I've done it all, tried it all, and got injured - so you don't have to!
Yoga is a time-honored method and using my experience and techniques, is perfectly suited to address the unique needs that interpreters have. Not all yoga classes are good for our shoulders and wrists. I know because I've done them and I've suffered so I know what NOT to do.
I also understand how hard it is to keep to a routine without support. I've found a way I want to share with you