This weeks blog post will shift gears from sibling to yoga therapist and current research behind what I do.
Sibling who is considered nonverbal I was putting together a presentation for the Global Yoga Therapy Summit . Although I was not chosen to give a live presentation, they did ask for a pre-recorded 45 minute presentation. I really wanted to talk about working with individuals that don't use verbal language to communicate. So without… Continue reading Working with Individuals with Limited Language
I was super excited the night I got the email that my quote would be mentioned in this Forbes article by Joni Sweet. She actually emailed me the night before to let me know. I am very grateful for the mention and the PR that comes from this opportunity. And, there was not a whole… Continue reading Forbes Article- 13 Yoga Myths You Should Stop Believing
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton Special Needs Sibling.... This is an actual thing. I knew there had to be others but I had no idea where or how to find them. I was actually going to start my own type of support group.… Continue reading The Journey Begins
How are we still living in the civl rights movement? Clerc Today | my.Gallaudetmy.gallaudet.edu The month of May was packed with amazing conferences and meetings. I was asked to participate in the annual in person meeting with the Florida Department of Health Disability Division. Bet you did not know that this subsection exists? I didn't… Continue reading We Still Have a Dream…