Karuna Jackman

 
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"As a Special Yoga practitioner, to step into an easeful, peaceful, useful flow of purpose, it is essential to connect deeply to the Divinity within the heart centre and cultivate self compassion. From this place of union in the heart, unique talents and gifts are revealed, ultimately finding our highest happiness, aligning with our own true Dharma".

session one

Dharma in Action for Autism

Description

There is a huge prevalence of diagnoses of autism/ADHD in children and young people today.  The application of various Special Yoga tools and methodology can bring the system into a calmer relaxed state, addressing sensory and motor orientation as well as balancing and calming the nervous system. This is the state of yoga is where they can function from their optimum and full potential, and bring them in line  with their own life's purpose or Dharma.

What can people expect?

Asana, Meditation, pranayama, theory, talk.


session two

Reaching Dharma for Special Needs

Description

Our mission is to inclusively and holistically support children with additional needs through our multi-dimensional Special Yoga and Mindfulness methodology. It is when one is operating at one's full potential, feeling peaceful and connected, that Dharma can be realised. Come and experience some Special Yoga tools as a therapeutic intervention in this session.

What can people expect?

Asana, Meditation, pranayama, theory, talk

 


 

What does dharma mean to you?

In assisting children and adults with additional needs realise their own life’s purpose or Dharma, it is vital to bring them in to a place of peace and calm. Whether it is providing them with tools for self regulation, or  helping them feel more comfortable in their body, receiving the blessings of therapeutic yoga, we work on the many levels of the body to fulfill this potential. As a Special Yoga practitioner, to step into an easeful, peaceful, useful flow of purpose, it is essential to connect deeply to the Divinity within the heart centre and cultivate self compassion. From this place of union in the heart, unique talents and gifts are revealed, ultimately finding our highest happiness, aligning with our own true Dharma.

 

 

About

Karuna is a Senior Practitioner at Special Yoga and has been working with adults and children with special needs for over 8 years. She is a British Wheel of Yoga and Integral Yoga trained teacher bringing her compassionate gentle nature to all her clients. She has also trained in Hanna Somatic Movement, a form of neuromuscular re-education that helps to ease chronic stress in the body. Karuna’s gentle compassionate nature aims to develop a loving  relationship to where we are right now and a chance to explore one’s full potential. 

Read more: www.specialyoga.org.uk