4 live webinars with Richard, Karuna and the team will run between 10.00am and 12.00pm on Sunday 7th March, 11th April, 9th May and 13th June.
Interact with fellow students throughout using Study Groups and our course community page.
Access course content on 31st January 2021 for self study and practise.
This Yoga for Adults with Special Needs course is one of the Special Yoga Foundation level courses. It will introduce you to the Special Yoga methodology, teach you accessible practices and adaptations to begin to teach those with special and additional needs. After taking this course you will be able to take a short Bridging Course which will enable you to access all you need to then go on to our Special Yoga for Special Children Level One training. This will build on the knowledge and skills you have learned here and may lead to accreditation as a Special Yoga Practitioner and the opportunity for further progress along the Special Yoga path. You can read more about our complete training programme on our home page.
We know that we are all living through difficult and changing times and at Special Yoga, we try to be as supportive as possible. As a business, we plan our finances carefully and rely on income from our courses to support our staff and cover our outgoings. Each course has a limited number of places and if we sell a place to you we cannot then sell it to someone else. Please be sure you are happy to commit your time, attention and finance before making a booking. If you have accessed course materials, attended any webinars or received mentoring sessions you will be liable for the full course fees and we will not be able to refund you nor offer a transfer to another course. We do not accept cancellations less than three weeks before the course commences. By enrolling you are agreeing to be responsible for the payment of the applicable fees in full. By signing up with a payment plan you agree to pay all course payments due and to ensure you have sufficient funds in your account to ensure payments clear each month. If a payment fails we will contact you; if a payment fails twice access to course materials will be rescinded. A link to our terms and conditions in full can be found at the bottom of this page. Thank you for your understanding.
Richard has been teaching yoga for over 15 years to adults, children and for special needs. He holds a BWY Dip for teaching adults and children and served as County Rep for North London & City 2005-13. His interest in special needs originated when his second child was born with Global Developmental Delay. Richard currently teaches at day centres, special schools and residential homes. Richard’s training enables practitioners to deliver yoga therapy to the wider population and helps facilitate the practice of yoga for people with special needs. Visit www.yogaforall-uk.com/classes to join Richard's weekly yoga and meditation classes.
Jodie has worked with adults with additional needs since 2012, then training as a Yoga teacher and subsequently becoming a special yoga practitioner and trainer. She has been able to merge her experience as a manager of adult day centres with her experience and passion for Yoga and now delivers group and 1:1 yoga to adults. Jodie is also a trained Yoga Therapist with the Minded institute and specialises in working with adults with learning disabilities and mental health challenges. She endeavours to offer a space for people to find ease and grow within themselves to find a more peaceful way of being in the world.
Sarah has worked with both children and adults with Autism and additional needs since 1989 in both educational and residential settings. In 1997 she she trained as an Aromatherapist and began her journey as a complementary therapist specialising with working with people with additional needs. In 2018 she started her training with Special Yoga and became a Senior Practitioner in 2021. Sarah believes that we should be led by the person and therefore she will adapt her technique to meet their needs and sensitivities