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HomeHealth and LifestyleNew Mind-Body Tools Available for Stressed First Responders

New Mind-Body Tools Available for Stressed First Responders

KAWARTHA LAKES- The First Responders Yoga Book announced the release of F.R.Y.™ The Method, a new first-of-its-kind in Canada, self-help method for First Responders’ health according to the company.

It’s available via:

  • Their website,
  • Employer-Sponsored Intensive Workshops for First Responders in their workplaces,
  • Weekly live and recorded F.R.Y.™ The Method classes,
  • The “F.R.Y.™ First Responders Yoga. The Book” (available on Amazon) and
  • The upcoming F.R.Y.™ The App, that results in readily accessible tools for injury prevention, mind-body balance, mental health and stress-reduction for First Responders.”We have the vision to spread practical, up-to-date, and well-researched tools with First Responders, to help them gain physical, mental and emotional wellness, and a stable and relaxed mind. As you know, these are qualities First Responders need to develop and maintain for their own self-care,” says Sasy Cacace, Director and Co-Founder at F.R.Y.™.Sasy says F.R.Y. offers a new way for First Responders to manage job-related injury and injury prevention, mental and emotional health, stress, time for self-care and decrease absenteeism.

    Officials say no comprehensive and comparative solution exists for First Responders related to injury prevention, the way they breathe, how they can control their mind and self-care until now.

    Sasy says they supported the development of F.R.Y.™ The Method with interviews and literature reviews of Police, Firefighters and Paramedics studies related to on-the-job injuries, our fitness training, yoga movement studies and Sasy’s 20 years as a Police Detective in Crime and Narcotics.

    “First Responders are on the front line, putting their lives at risk and are always ready to serve and help. To them, we dedicate our efforts and the “F.R.Y.™ First Responders’ Yoga. The Book”, complete with helpful life-changing tools, charts, sample class, templates and all our knowledge about self-help, meditation and yoga, to give back to them the help they are giving to us” Sasy added.

    The “F.R.Y.™ First Responders Yoga. The Book” is currently available on Amazon.

    The Method weekly classes based on The Book are currently available through the F.R.Y.™ website (www.FirstRespondersYogaCanada.com).   F.R.Y.™ is ready to book and deliver Employer-Sponsored Intensive Workshops (20 hours) for their First Responders’ workplaces (connect via [email protected] for more details). The APP will be coming in the next few months, giving First Responders the support they need in their hand when they need it and to practice on-the-go when possible according to officials.

    In addition to the 2 Co-Founders, Sasy Cacace and Julia Long say they will be training and licensing yoga instructors to deliver F.R.Y.™ The Method classes live, when permitted, in cities across Canada.  For now, additional instructors will be able to deliver through the app platform. As well, F.R.Y.™ will be training and hiring additional Educators to deliver the 20-hour Employer-Sponsored Intensive Workshops for First Responders in their workplaces across Canada.

 

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Pamela VanMeer is a two time winner of the prestigious Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) Award. Her investigative reports on abuse in Long Term Care Homes garnered international attention for the issue and won the Ron Laidlaw Award. She is a former reporter and anchor at CHEX News, now Global Peterborough and helped launch the New CHEX Daily, a daily half hour talk show. While at CHCH News in Hamilton she covered some of the biggest news stories of the day.

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