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Ann Richardson Stevens, creator, has been working with men and women living with mobility disabilities for nearly 10 years. This program brings to life the MYT guiding principles in an adaptive setting. Learn how to help students find their mind-body connection.
The MYT Adaptive Program provides a variety of tools, discussion, and asana to open the practice of yoga practice to Every Body—whether hobbling, rolling, or walking into class. Students will explore universal principles that can be shared with people regardless of their level of ability/disability, including amputees, those living with paralysis, neurological conditions, spine issues, MS, Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, confined to a wheelchair or not.
Learn to teach students how to reconnect to gravity, earth, and foundation in order to re-emerge taller, stronger, confident, and whole. Gain a deeper understanding of what physical challenges students feel and in fact don’t feel, and lead them back to this re-integration of the self through practice. Teachers will leave feeling confident and better able to gravitate to students with physical challenges.