In 2005, after spending the better part of a decade alternately bedridden, housebound, and wheelchair bound, Loolwa Khazzoom created an innovative and comprehensive road map for healing naturally from debilitating chronic pain. Within a few years, she was able to bike up to 30 miles at a shot, pain-free, and she went on to live an active and predominantly pain-free life – without the use of pharmaceuticals or surgery.
Khazzoom has since compiled this eBook to hold your hand gently and guide you safely through the choppy waters of living with and healing from chronic pain. The book shares natural and accessible pain relief methods for you to explore; insightful tips to give friends and family who want to understand and support you through your healing process; red flags to look out for in your healthcare practitioners and treatments; guiding principles to help you keep on keeping on through the chronic pain journey; and powerful action steps to take during an acute pain setback.
The book features a foreword by integrative medicine pioneer and pain management specialist Martin Rossman MD, who among other things has this to say: “Loolwa is not only a dancer and self-healer, but a clear, inspiring, and effective teacher who gives you many practical pain relief tools in this little book, and who teaches you her way of healing from pain in a way that lets you make it your own.”
Khazzzoom is the founder of the Dancing with Pain® method for natural pain relief, which has been endorsed by leading integrative medicine and pain management specialists nationwide and which has been featured in top media including The New York Times, ABC News, and PBS’s “American Health Journal.”
At this time, the book is available as a pre-release to KHAZZOOM patrons only, and will be released publicly on March 26, on the date of her natural pain relief kickoff event, “Don’t Fight Your Pain. Dance with It!” Become a KHAZZOOM patron for as little as $3/month (cancel anytime), and you’ll receive ongoing exclusive content and storewide discounts of 20-40% off, in addition to pre-release access! Find out more and sign up here.
Chronic pain can have a debilitating impact on every level of your life – leading to a downward spiral, with seemingly no end in site. I know, because I suffered from it for most of a decade. The good news is that I figured out how to extract myself from the pit of suffering, and with my been-there, done-that insights, I have been successful in helping others do the same – providing them with the self-care mindset, tools, and skills to effectively manage or eliminate pain and reclaim their lives. My Upcoming Event On Sunday March 26, at 4:00 pm PT, I’m hosting a kickoff event for people living with chronic pain, “Don’t Fight Your Pain. Dance with It!” In this program series launch, I’ll teach you basic self-care principles and strategies for turning your life around, and I’ll additionally guide you on how to apply these to the particulars of your life. Below is a bit more about my story, followed by details about what you’ll experience in my upcoming online event. The Pit of Suffering Following a hit-and-run car collision in 1997, I went from bad to worse in the healthcare system and ended up suffering from debilitating chronic pain – leaving me alternately bedridden, housebound, and wheelchair bound, for the better part of a decade:
For these and other reasons, I nosedived into a pit of despair, until I routinely contemplated suicide while drinking my morning cup of coffee./ The Turning Point About eight years into this ordeal, a series of serendipitous events let me to discover that by reconceptualizing dance as more than leaps, twirls, and fancy footwork, I could use it to heal myself. Within a few years after that, I was able to bike 30 miles at a shot, pain-free, and went on to live a life that was predominantly free from pain. From this discovery and transformation, I created the Dancing with Pain® method and began teaching it to others – over the years, discovering it had a 96% rate of efficacy in helping reduce pain and increase movement, for people experiencing a wide variety of pain-related conditions. The method went on to be featured in top media including The New York Times, ABC News, and American Health Journal (PBS), and to be endorsed by leading integrative medicine and pain management specialists – including Martin Rossman MD, who wrote the foreword for my book, Natural Pain Relief: A Self-Care Guide. What You’ll Get in this Event This two-hour, multimedia kickoff event will include the following: