The art of engaging the mind-body-breath in healing has been somewhat neglected until recent times in the west. However, it is an integral part of healing and recovery for those who have experienced traumatic events and/or abuse. Yoga is the cultivation of a more present and steady state of mind.
Trauma Sensitive Yoga is a special kind of yoga practice designed to be safe and supportive for individuals who have experienced trauma, through actively regulating and toning the nervous system.
During the course, Kylie will introduce and lead you through a trauma-sensitive therapeutic yoga practice that includes gentle movements and postures, breath work, a cultivation of mindfulness and compassion, meditation and deep relaxation exercises.
Individual Yoga Therapy is available and a 1 hr session includes:
No prior yoga experience is necessary, but bookings are essential.
Per 6-week block:
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Our Trauma Informed Yoga classes, led by our experienced instructor Kylie, are grounded in compassion, sensitivity, and science. This practice includes gentle movements and postures, breath work, mindfulness, and deep relaxation exercises for releasing tensions in the body and calming the mind, are all designed to support healing and recovery.
Trauma Informed Yoga is different to other yoga, being focused less on poses, and more on the gentle invitation to reconnect with the body in a manner that is tolerable.
Yoga therapy has many benefits, just some include:
Kylie is a yoga therapist, senior yoga teacher and a yoga teacher trainer. She is founder and director of Balance Yoga Sydney (formerly Concord Yoga Studio). She has taught yoga therapeutically with an awareness of healing and trauma recovery for many years and in many settings including her own studios, hospitals and other healing centres. She is known for her warm and caring approach and her modern scientific understanding into the ancient wisdom of yoga.
Kylie’s passion is teaching yoga authentically in a way that helps people to become more aware of themselves, create more balance and find inner peace. She makes yoga accessible, educates, inspires and nurtures people towards greater wellbeing to improve the quality of their life. After graduating from a Bachelor of Science (majoring in Chemistry and Biochemistry) she continued her fascination with understanding the health, consciousness and energy through Yoga.
We’re here to support you on your healing journey.
To find out more information about our Trauma Sensitive Yoga sessions, simply register your interest using the button below.