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Playing on the Porch

Simple Secrets to Your Child’s Success

This presentation offers professionals an opportunity to learn how to create hands-on play experiences for children.  Through knowledge of child development, play types, arrangement of materials and scaffolding, meaningful exploration can be created.  In doing so, children will increase their attention spans and listening skills while reducing impulsivity, distractibility and negative behaviors.  When used consistently this method guarantees better cooperation, higher level social interactions with peers and enhanced self-esteem.

Important Information

Date: 05/30/2020

Location: Darwin’s Brewing 803 17th Ave W, Bradenton 

Time: 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Cost: $40 for CEs or $20 to attend and no CEs (both include 1 beverage after lecture)

CE Broker Tracking Number (OT/COTA): 20-753040

CE EVENT

 

 

with Kathy Randolph, C-IAYT assisted by Lori Pierce, RYT-200 living with Scleroderma

Yoga for Scleroderma Teacher Training (18 hour)

Yoga for the Special Child® Continuing Education on Scleroderma and Arthritis is a comprehensive training course in teaching students of any age with Scleroderma or Arthritis. 18 hours of CEU’s approved for International Association of Yoga Therapists, Yoga Alliance, American Association of Occupational Therapy, Nevada Physical Therapy Board.

PRE-REQUISITE: one of:
200HR Yoga Teacher Training and 1 year teaching a population with special needs.Health background (PT, OT, RT, SLP, Nurse, Special Education Teacher) plus 1 year of consistent personal yoga practice.Yoga the Special Child Basic 1 Program plus 1 year of consistent yoga practice.

CURRICULUM includes:
The symptoms of Scleroderma, how relief is provided by yoga practice, safety issues, video and demonstration by Kathy Randolph with participants.The symptoms of Arthritis, how relief is provided by yoga practice, safety issues, video and demonstration by Kathy Randolph with participants.

Morning practice: participants experience a group class including students with Scleroderma and Arthritis. The use of Pranayama to improve circulation, digestion and sleep. The use of the Bandhas and Kriyas to relieve digestive issues in Scleroderma, safety issues, choosing the right technique for each case, how to teach the Bandhas and Kriyas. The use of props specific to the hand and wrist concerns of Scleroderma and Arthritis Hands on practice with fellow participants: teaching Hatha Yoga class to a person with Arthritis Hands on practice with fellow participants: teaching Hatha Yoga class to a person with Scleroderma Hands-on practice by participants with volunteers with Arthritis Hands-on practice by participants with volunteers with Scleroderma

Group discussion: definition of stages, building up the right Hatha Yoga class for each volunteer

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For More Information: Contact the coordinator: Kathy Randolph, (775) 322-4600 kathy@yogaforscleroderma.com

 


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