we all have the right to remain silent and connect to the peace within

Cop To Yoga Peace Force Inc. is a nonprofit volunteer program focused on the well being of law enforcement professionals. Founded in 2016 by Tiffany Seybert,

Cop To Yoga Peace Force joins volunteer yoga teachers with their respective police districts to share evidence-based yoga breath work techniques that support the wellness of police officers. 


Our mission aligns with the objectives of community policing by joining citizens and local law enforcement in trust and shared concerns, creating more peace, understanding and harmony.  

 We all have the right to remain silent and connect to the peace within. Cop To Yoga reminds us to take a few deep breaths.

Yoga Designed For Law-Enforcement

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Breathe Deep....



"Thank you for all that you do regarding the Yoga classes offered in 17th District. The classes are fantastic, they have helped alleviate my headaches from the lessons you have been teaching regarding breathing, calming the soul and finding inner peace.THANK YOU !!"

"Tactical breathing exercises have not only been a great way for my officers to decompress at the end of their daily tours of duty but also prior to beginning their day of assignments."

"Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your time and interest in helping our officers. As we previously discussed, the basics on so many things in life are often overlooked or taken for granted--the basic component of life, breathing, is no exception. That said, the immediate feedback from our personnel was overwhelmingly positive. I thank you for that, and I look forward to your return based on your schedule. You really knocked it out of the park."

"Recognizing that the Department and its members were going through an especially trying time, Tiffany reached out to members of Chicago Police Department and offered a Yoga Exercise/Breathing program designed to relieve stress, improve physical health and promote a sense of well being in its participants. I attend her classes as often as possible and benefit from them.  I would like to thank her for all of her hard work and caring."