SBP PREVIEW: Yoga as treatment for kids

Magazine preview: parents of special needs children are turning to yoga for help in achieving a sense of normality in their lives.

28th September, 2012
Yoga can help children adjust to difficult circumstances

Parents of special needs children and sufferers of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are turning to yoga for help in achieving a sense of normality in their lives.

Two yoga studios in Dublin are demonstrating the power of this ancient mind-body discipline – long revered as a stress-fighting path to both physical and mental fitness – as a means for battling trauma, anxiety and birth-related disability.

At the Elbow Room yoga and pilates studio in Stoneybatter,...

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