Yoga has been used for centuries to assist with flexibility, building strength and providing overall benefits to the mind and body. It incorporates breathing exercises, meditation, and several poses to encourage relaxation and reduce stress. It is of particular benefit to police due to the power of inducing feelings of peace and tranquility whilst improving your flexibility, core strength and muscle tone.
Kate Ellen – Wollongong NSW
Beach Shack Breathing
Kate Ellen is a former NSW Police Officer who has transitioned from policing and retrained to become a trauma informed yoga teacher. Kate runs programs for serving, transitioning and former police who are living with PTSD or trauma related conditions from her studio located in Wollongong on the South Coast of NSW. Kate also has an assistance dog named Gidget who helps to welcome and sooth clients.
Frontline Yoga is available in NSW/ACT, SA and Qld either via face to face or online classes and aims to provide former and serving police with trauma informed and culturally aware yoga classes. These sessions are suitable for beginners and above and may assist with maintaining resilience, strength and connection for anyone living with post traumatic stress, depression or anxiety.