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Guest Talk Radio Blog - Yoga for Children with Special Needs Audiocast - featured November 12, 2010

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Contributed by: Donna Freeman of Yoga In My School. This item has been contributed with the express permission of Yoga in My School, as it appeared on their website.

Founder of Every Kids Yoga, Craig Hanauer, joins Yogainmyschool.com to highlight how yoga can be used as a therapeutic and fun filled approach for assisting children with special needs. Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, Sensory Processing Dysfunction and Mild Cerebral Palsy can reap tremendous benefits from a regular yoga practise leading to increased health, creativity and connections with self and others. Craig will share his insights and expertise from years of working with children with special needs.

Listen to this audiocast on YogaInMySchool.com





This Weeks's Featured Contributor: Donna Freeman

We thank Donna for providing this great blog audiocast

Author, teacher and kids yoga expert, Donna Freeman believes yoga can be done anywhere, by anyone, at anytime. Her book, Once Upon a Pose: A Guide To Yoga Adventure Stories for Children, has a section dedicated to special needs individuals and how to adapt yoga to meet these needs and bring the benefits of yoga to all. Visit her website at Yoga In My School for over 120 articles on yoga for kids and teens.


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