Find your ‘om’ @home – yoga session in your lounge room
"Find your ‘om’ @home – yoga session in your lounge room" is co-sponsored by Tribune Group GmbH. Tribune Group GmbH is a recognized ADA CERP and AGD PACE provider.
Findings from a recent YouGov survey in Australia show that COVID-19 has caused a large amount of stress. The survey found that one in four Australian relationships are under strain, one in two people are feeling isolated and 57% are feeling stressed. Furthermore, 54% said restrictions due to COVID-19 were causing tension in their household. As a society, we’ve never experienced anything like COVID-19.
The Harvard Medical School said in its latest health guidelines that yoga, meditation and controlled breathing are “some tried and true ways to relax”, reduce stress and tension.
Danielle Begg has a background in Psychology and Yoga. As founder and CEO of ‘The Yoga Impact Charity’ she understands first-hand the effect that yoga has on people of all ages who have suffered from trauma.
Step into your most comfortable clothes (PJs are welcome) and join Danielle for a 15 min trauma and yoga chat followed by your very own 30 min Yoga class in your lounge room. You’ll enjoy a breath-centred evidence based yoga class that will improve both your physical and psychological health.
Yoga is one of the best strategies to combat all the uncertainty in our lives. Join in the ‘om’ fun.
To learn more about the Yoga Impact Charity visit : https://www.yogaimpactcharity.com/
Release date: Wednesday 29th April, 2020, 08:15 AM
Danielle is the Co-founder & CEO of the Yoga Impact Charity, a not-for-profit providing evidence based trauma sensitive yoga programs that improve physical and psychological health. The Yoga Impact Charity partners with not-for-profit organisations, government and schools to provide yoga at no cost to groups of all ages healing from torture and trauma. The Yoga Impact Charity has delivered over 300 trauma sensitive yoga classes.
Danielle is also an advocate of the inclusion of yoga within health services and has presented at a variety of workshops and conferences globally including the North American Refugee Health Conference in Toronto, Australia & New Zealand’s Refugee Trauma Recovery in Resettlement Conference, The Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research Conference and Settlement Services International’s from Settlement to Belonging Conference.
Danielle recently completed Harvard Medical School’s Global Mental Health Trauma and Recovery Certificate Program. She is also a certified yoga teacher and holds a Master of Science in Comparative Social Policy from The University of Oxford and a Bachelor of Psychological Science (Hons) from The University of Queensland. She is a recipient of the Centenary Medal for her contribution to social justice.