Level 1 Yoga for Children with Autism and Special Needs Training

Addresse1 St Helier's Street
AtOne Heart Yoga & Meditation
CountyAustralia @ (AU)
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1 St Helier's Street
One Heart Yoga & Meditation
Australia @ (AU)
Tel 2018-03-09
Categoria Events

Asanas for Autism and Special Needs – Yoga for Children with Special Needs Level 1 - 25 hour Yoga Alliance Registered course offers fun, hands-on and effective strategies for teaching yoga to children of diverse abilities. Participants will learn tools to support children ages 5-17 with self-regulation, body awareness, social skills, expression of difficult emotions, language and communication and so much more. Learn strategies, supports and modifications to teach yoga to children with ADD, ADHD, Autism, Down Syndrome, Prader-Willi, Williams Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, sensory integration difficulties, language processing difficulties, developmental delays, limited mobility, anxiety, behavioral challenges and more. ​ Great For... ​ ​Yoga Teachers Pediatric Physical Therapists Occupational Therapists Speech Therapists Behavior Specialists Educators Therapists School Councelors Pediatric or School Nurses Mental Health Practitioners Parents A.P.E./P.E.

Teachers Anyone who is passionate about sharing the benefits of yoga with children of all abilities. ​ Participants Receive Playful and Passionate Connection with like-minded community ​ Comprehensive Manual, Resource List, Book – Asanas for Autism and Special Needs – Yoga to Help Children with Their Emotions, Self-regulation and Body Awareness & Certificate of Completion. 25-hours packed full of Learning, Yoga Lesson Plans, Games, Songs, Stories & Activities. Anatomy & Physiology, Precautions and Contraindications related to children with special needs. Creative, Fun and Safe suggestions for Asanas (physical poses), Pranayama (breathing strategies) and relaxation and mindfulness activities. Suggestions for Props, Modifications, Adaptations, Tools and Supports to meet the needs of diverse cognitive and physical abilities Chair Yoga for “yoga breaks” and for children with limited mobility ​ Positive Behavior Strategies ​ Poses and breathing strategies to support self-regulation, sensory-processing and expressing/releasing difficult emotions Suggestions for how to structure classes and lesson plans for groups with diverse needs.

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Coby Gore what are you up to in March??? this looks amazing. . ??

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