Yoga for the Special Child
Yoga for the Special Child: Public classes for children with special needs and abilities—classes offered by Christine K. Dance of Resilience Yoga, LLC
Wednesdays, 4:30 – 5:15 PM
SERIES 1: January 17, 24, and 31. $75 total. Drop-ins welcome for $28/class.
SERIES 2: February 7, 14, 21, and 28. $100 total. Drop-ins welcome for $28/class.
Qustions? Contact Christine for more information at email@example.com or visit her Facebook page for more information @resilienceyogamd.
About the series:
This therapeutic yoga series is designed to benefit children with or at risk for special needs including developmental and physical diagses. Classes are designed to increase motor skills, balance and coordination, and strength and flexibility, while also improving self-regulation, social skills, concentration, and social skills. Taught by certified Yoga for the Special Child Licensed Practitioner and Floortime Practitioner, Christine Dance MSEd/RYT 500, classes will incorporate a variety of therapeutic techniques designed to directly impact your child’s physical, social, and emotional development.
Disclaimer: Unfortunately, the older building which houses our space does not have elevator access. We apologize sincerely for any inconvenience.
Christine K. Dance, MSEd/RYT 500 and owner of Resilience Yoga, LLC, has been practicing yoga since 2000. In a serendipitous moment early in her career, Christine taught yoga in her classroom at Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore and quickly realized the immense potential yoga has on all bodies and abilities. Since then, Christine has taught children’s and adult yoga in studios, schools, camps, special centers, and more. Christine is a registered 500 hour yoga teacher with certifications in Yoga for the Special Child, Childlight Yoga, Adaptive Yoga, and Trauma Sensitive Yoga with additional experience in developmental therapy, early intervention, and special education. Christine offers trainings to schools, studios, and special centers on the topics of yoga in education, yoga for special needs, yoga for emotional/behavioral regulation, the nervous system, and trauma sensitive yoga, while providing direct and indirect services to a variety of organizations. Christine is passionate about exploring the healing components of yoga for a variety of physical injuries/special conditions as well as the healing power of yoga for emotional traumas. She utilizes therapeutic techniques while fostering a safe environment to explore new physical abilities and achieve the impossible. In addition to yoga, Christine teaches psychology at Howard Community College. Christine can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.