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Canberra Yoga Therapy

trauma sensitive yoga classes
online or face to face



Canberra Trauma Sensitive Yoga Courses on Monday in Phillip, and Wednesday and Friday in Kingston.

All classes will be live-streamed (except Sat) and some available in The PRACTICE PORTAL Class Library.

On-demand class library recordings are offered freely for 31 days to allow any catch-ups.

Casual attendance is only offered upon application.

all classes are trauma sensitive


9.30 - 10.45 am  


face to face or via zoom

April 29 - July 1 (8)

no class 27/5, 10/6

Canberra Yoga Space, Phillip


$280 supported,

$320 supporter,

$240 concession,

$50 donation

Begin when it suits you


 12.30 - 1.30 (8)

TCTSY Group Practice 

face to face or via zoom


April 24 to June 12

Level 1, 39 Jardine St Kingston

$310 supported, $350 supporter, concession $220 or donation $50.

Closed group


 5.30 - 6.30pm (12)

Community Trauma Sensitive Yoga, open to all drop in's

face to face or via zoom


April 3 to July 3

no class 17/4, 

Level 1, 39 Jardine St Kingston

$420 supported, $480 supporter, concession $360 or donation $50 or casual $35

Begin when suits you


9.30 - 10.45 am 


face to face or via zoom

May 3 - July 5 (10)

Level 1, 39 Jardine St, Kingston

$350 supported,

$400 supporter,

$300 concession,

$50 donation

Begin when it suits you


is trauma sensitive yoga for everyone?


Yes. Trauma-sensitive yoga practice offers a safe and sensitive space for everyone to learn self-regulation and self-awareness skills that build a sustainable resilience. It is about learning to feel safe and at home in your body by practicing embodied choice making, and taking effective action.


Anxiety and depression, are often the result of unresolved trauma and trauma sensitive yoga offers practices that may help bring awareness to your nervous system and its survival responses, which in turn help you integrate stressful experiences.

There are 4 key themes;

Practice making choices

Present Moment Experience

Taking Effective Action

Creating Rhythms

You might;

recognize that you are the expert of your body and experiences

experience the freedom to choose as a foundations of your practice

develop interoception, an experience of a 'felt sense'

feel more empowered as you practice choosing what feels right for your body at any moment

Kendra will:

minimize potential triggers such as touch, lighting, oils or incense, and Sanskrit language

recognize that everyone in the group has suffered some form of trauma

use invitational language allowing you more self-agency

offer you a choice of rhythms so you can sense into what feels useful

guide you into practicing present moment awareness.

 not force your body into an ideal shape or alignment, but guide you into your own internal sensations

Light and Shadow Portrait

Yogic philosophy states that you are already whole and deeply connected to the world around you. To engage in yoga does not make you more complete, rather the practice invites you to see past illusions and remove obstacles that prevent you from knowing your innate true nature.

Dr Arielle Schwartz

Being able to feel safe with other people is probably the single most important aspect of mental health; safe connections are fundamental to meaningful and satisfying lives.

Bessel van der Kolk

Practice trauma sensitive yoga in your own time by joining the INHABIT on-demand community portal. 

$45 per month

which includes

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