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Waikanae Yoga Trauma Sensitive Yoga


A trained trauma sensitive yoga facilitator, Bianca's goal is to help practitioners develop a sense of safety in the present moment.  The emphasis is not on doing yoga "right", but on cultivating the sense of self which is often compromised as a result of trauma. Research shows a regular yoga practise can help relieve the symptoms of PTSD including low mood, anxiety, insomnia and gastrointestinal problems; and also improves emotional well-being, body awareness and your mind-body connection.

"Initially I was unable to do many of the shapes but Bianca gracefully encouraged me to become aware of my own body's abilities.  Thanks to her gentle teaching style, I  have learned to practice yoga in my daily life - mentally, physically and emotionally" - Jenni C

I am ACC registered for Trauma Sensitive Yoga (TSY) so clients with an ACC sensitive claim can access classes for free.

Kapiti sessions are on Tuesdays, 11:30am-12:30pm at the Lotus Yoga Centre, Paraparaumu, from 13th February to 2nd April, 2024.


Horowhenua sessions are on Tuesdays, 9:30am-10:30am at Thompson House, Levin, from 13th February to 2nd April, 2024.

 If you do not have an ACC claim, it is worth checking out the Kāpiti Women's Centre, as I hold TSY sessions there every second term. I am also available for individual sessions, at $60 per session.  If funding is an issue, you may be able to access a WINZ Disability Allowance which allows for therapy related to physical or mental health issues and can be claimed for individual or group yoga sessions whether someone is working or not.   

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