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Human Beings, Not Human Doings: Sharing the Gift of our Presence this Christmas

Human Beings, Not Human Doings: Sharing the Gift of our Presence this Christmas Text: Nicole Schnackenberg | Illustration: Ingrid Sanchez (@creativeingrid) “Learn how to see. Realise that everything connects to everything else” – Leonardo Da Vinci   Certain things are contagious. The common cold, yawns, laughter… even the energetic quality of our presence. Often, when […]Read More »

Teaching Yoga to Adults with Special Needs | The Power of OM

Teaching Yoga to Adults with Special Needs | The Power of OM Text: Lucy (admin@healthylifeservices.co.uk) | Illustration: Ingrid Sanchez (@creativeingrid) My journey to teaching Yoga for Adults with Special Needs started a few years ago when on holiday in India and I was lucky enough to stay in a guesthouse run by an amazing woman […]Read More »

Special Yoga in Sri Lanka | November

Diary: Special Yoga in Sri Lanka, November 2016 Text: Jyoti Jo Manuel | Illustration: Ingrid Sanchez (@creativeingrid) After spending 20 hours travelling, I eventually arrive in Trincomalee and rest before my journey unfolds. Day One: I arrive at a workshop for teachers from special needs units based in Trincomalee and up to 30km away – […]Read More »

Language, Labels and Autism: From Disorder to Condition… and Beyond

Language, Labels and Autism: From Disorder to Condition… and Beyond Text: Nicole Schnackenberg | Illustration: Ingrid Sanchez (@creativeingrid) “There needs to be a lot more emphasis on what a child can do, instead of what they cannot do.” – Dr. Temple Grandin   Finally! Professionals are beginning to move away from the use of ‘disorder’ […]Read More »

Exploring Unity of the Self through the Eight Limbs of Yoga

Exploring Unity of the Self through the Eight Limbs of Yoga Text: Nicole Schnackenberg | Illustration: Ingrid Sanchez (@creativeingrid) “All differences in this world are of degree, and not of kind, because oneness is the secret of everything.” – Swami Vivekananda   In current Western society we typically take a highly dual and binary approach […]Read More »

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