Special Education Services

Special Yoga for the Special Person

Our studio is filled with calm and bright spaces, offering a supportive, non-judgmental and safe place to explore your concerns. Our wellness practitioner, Alexandra is  committed to forming a relationship with you that is respectful, caring, and one that encourages you to find a connection with your true self. She has more than 10 years experience as a SOTX Coach and Volunteer, she is certified as a Special Strong adaptive trainer and she serves a special education guest educator with LoveJoy school district. She recently joined a transition coordinating team contracted with the State of Texas and serves as a counselor for teen girls with IDD in assistance for job training.
Take a look at the services we offer to help you find inner peace and achieve ultimate tranquility.

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Yoga for the Special Person

Yoga can help increase concentration, flexibly, and strength. It can also develop coordination and reduce stress and anxiety.

Yoga is becoming more popular every day – not just for adults, but for children as well. Perhaps more important, for persons with special needs, it can be used as an alternative therapy.
Yoga can help increase concentration, flexibly, and strength. It can also develop coordination and reduce stress and anxiety. We can’t forget the value yoga can have to help an individual become more aware of their body. There are a lot of benefits of yoga for the special person and it is important to consider them all before deciding if yoga is the right fit. We recognize that you or your child may not be able to participate in yoga based on their current condition, but for those that are able or able to try, it can be very helpful. It’s important to note, though, that before you begin any exercise, you should consult with a medical professional regarding your health and ability.