“Better Movement includes almost two hundred high-quality and free articles that discuss the science of movement and pain. The articles are well-written, well-referenced, and generally contain information that is both practical and non-intuitive.” -Todd Hargrove.
“Changing the experience of pain through education, movement, mindfulness, and nature; sharing insights with patients and practitioners.” -Joletta Belton.
“12 years of publishing science-powered advice about your stubborn aches, pains, and injuries” -Paul Ingraham
“BodyinMind was developed by professor Lorimer Mosely as a method to promote better understanding of the clinical pain sciences.”
“Live Plan Be is the work of Pain BC, whose aim is to improve the lives of people through education, empowerment and innovation”