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Breathe In, Breathe Out
Breathe In, Breathe Out
Introduced to the west in the late 1980s as physical exercise, Yoga has found great acceptance in the last decade as a meditative practice and therapy. That acceptance has found its way out of the studio and into a multitude of environments. Recognized for its ability to strengthen the mind as well as the soul, it can be practiced by all abilities and ages.
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In Schools
Forming a sense of family and belonging is essential to building a strong community. Students, teachers and every member of the school can benefit from the physical and mental well being that can come from practicing yoga. Students become more mindful of themselves and this can reduce problem behavior, anger and increase self regulation and focus.
In Schools
As Therapy
Yoga is all inclusive. It can be used to aid those recovering from injury as a means of physical therapy. Shown to increase flexibility and strengthen muscles as well as balance the body’s systems, yoga provides a sense of overall well-being.
As Therapy
Universal for All
One of the great things about Yoga is that it works for all ages and abilities. It can be modified to the level of the student practicing it and grows with the student. Known to improve concentration, balance and composure, it can help those with learning difficulties. The strengthening through simple movements and poses would be beneficial in growing basic motor, communicative, and cognitive skills.
Universal for All
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What Is Yoga? Excerpted from Yoga for the Special Child
http://www.specialyoga.com/what-is-yoga.html

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