Photo by Karolina Grabowska on Pexels.com If you’re a caregiver, you might not have much time to yourself. Whether you’re caring for a senior parent or a sibling with a disability, you may find it hard to spend away from the house for a while or keep up with your own hobbies. Perhaps you’ve even… Continue reading 5 Practical Fitness Tips for Caregivers
Support individuals with limited language through yoga therapy
Limited language can be caused by a variety of disabilities—including developmental disabilities such as autism, Down syndrome, and cerebral palsy; various types of brain injuries such as traumatic brain injuries, strokes, and seizure disorders; or disorders such as PTSD, anxiety, and dementia. What do they all have in common? Each of these disabilities can activate… Continue reading Support individuals with limited language through yoga therapy
Photo of the book Autistics on Autism by Kerry Magro I have not sat down to write for a few months. The last post on Advocacy Without Getting Angry has summed it up well. For Autism Awareness/Acceptance/Access month, I just finished Kerry Margo's book Autistics on Autism. Every teacher, professional, or person that is affiliated… Continue reading Emotional Responses
Advocacy Without Getting Angry
White woman in a grey tank top yelling with hands up In the yoga community, there is a movement of yoga as social justice. In non yoga terms, it's basically to do no harm, use your voice for good, make changes in a peaceful way, and serve with no expectations. (This is really watered down.)… Continue reading Advocacy Without Getting Angry
Our Own Trauma as A Sibling
This blog post is discussing the secondary trauma of having a brother or sister with a disability.