Empower yourself with the skills to make Special Yoga accessible to children and young people with multi-sensory impairment (auditory/visual).
Dates: October 7th 2020
Location: Linden Lodge School Parents’ Centre, 61 Princes Way, London SW19 6JB
This one-day training course offers mindful yoga practices to empower those who wish to use Special Yoga therapeutically with children and young people who have hearing and/or visual impairment.
The course offers a range of practical tools, an adaptation of classical yoga asanas and live sessions with children or young people so that your experience is both practical and experiential.
You will learn how to adapt movement, how to use the breath, how to understand the child’s sensory perception, how to use healing and therapeutic touch and the vibration of sound.
The combination of tools and classical yoga offered on the course will give you the skills to integrate them into a therapeutic yoga session for the children.
How this Course Benefits You
You will be equipped with the skills to teach on a one-to-one basis or in small group situations with yoga sequences, breathwork, massage and sound healing techniques to assist a child or young person who may have visual and/or auditory impairment.
Please note: Early Bird discounts are not applicable to deposits or payment plans. If you choose to pay a deposit you will be required to pay the remaining balance prior to the course start date.
What does my fee cover?
- Full tuition
- Special Yoga certificate with 100% attendance
- Personal contact with the course leaders
- Herbal teas
What does my fee exclude?
- Parking / travel / accommodation
Your success in completing the course, Special Yoga for Children and Young People with Multi-Sensory Impairment, will be celebrated with a certificate from Special Yoga as a training centre of excellence.
The course will be delivered by Special Yoga founder and leader, Jyoti Manuel, and Special Yoga Trainers Daniella Oviedo and Karuna Kathryn Jackman. We are pleased to introduce you to the team here.
You will be guided through highly effective and accessible strategies for integrating the remedial advantages of Special Yoga methodology into the lives of people with sensory impairment. With these skills you will have the ability to tailor various settings to the specific needs of the child, young person or group you support.
The day will run from 9.30am to 5.30pm. Please come dressed comfortably to be seated on a yoga mat for the day. You are invited to bring your own yoga mat and props though we will have mats for those who do not have one.
What experience do I need for this course?
This course is open to all, including people who do not teach yoga professionally. Attendees of this course may include but are not limited to:
- Special needs teachers, teaching assistants and SENcos
- Paediatric professionals and therapists
- Parents of a child with special needs
- All yoga teachers
- Trainee yoga students
Can I become a Special Yoga practitioner after completing this course?
Completing our course, Special Yoga for Children and Young People with Multi-Sensory Impairment, is a part of your journey towards supporting people with special needs, and to be equipped with the latest practices and techniques.
Special Yoga is a training centre of excellence. We pride ourselves in appropriately preparing you for a career. Therefore we highly recommend joining our practitioner development programme if you are considering becoming a professional practitioner with Special Yoga. This will be discussed during the course.
What courses could I do after this course?
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