Your students deserve more independence, and you are determined to help them get there.

You love your job. But, you want more information to make it a little easier while helping your students live their best lives. 

You've come to the right place!

Yoga for Children with Disabilities

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Orientation and Mobility Symposium

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Professional Development for O&M Specialists

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The book was really simple to follow and helped me plan a yoga class for my student!
— Laura

Hey there! If you are anything like me (and you are), you LOVE to see the people you love live their most fulfilled, vibrant lives. 

Lives filled with success, accomplishments, and independence. 

Our children deserve to live their most fulfilling lives and it's our job... err... joy to help them do just that.  

Increased independence. 

Better Social Skills. 

Not to mention, my personal favorite, better motor planning skills

At the time, I was a yoga student myself. Having picked up a daily practice in my 20's after a bit of a hiatus from when I started practicing yoga as a 14 year-old who had been grounded all summer. But that's a story for another time. 

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I became a Registered Yoga Teacher through Yoga Alliance and then a Radiant Child Yoga Teacher in 2010 and never looked back! Since then, I have been teaching yoga and movement to students at TSBVI. While I *love* teaching O&M, my soul get's extremely happy when I get to combine both of my passions and teach yoga to students with visual impairments! 

At some point, I got the wild idea that we need to share the successes we were having at our school and three years later, the book Yoga for Children with Visual Impairments was born. 

During those three years, I got married and had two beautiful, spunky boys of my own. They keep me on my toes and love yoga almost as much as I do. I love getting to watch them develop through yoga as well. Plus, they make great guinnea pigs for new yoga ideas! 

I have had the fortune of collaborating with some of the most prominent resources for teachers and parents of children with visual impairments.

Media Logos: TAER, ESC Region 11, SWOMA, AER International, Region 13, Paths to Literacy

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