Autism is one of the toughest disabilities for kids and families to deal with on a day to day basis. People with autism often use repetitious and self-stimulating behaviors to avoid spending meaningful or intensive interactive time with others. For example, the child might line up objects on the floor repeatedly, avoid eye contact, watch TV or videos over and over, stare off into space for long periods of time, or repeat particular sounds or phrases. These are the behaviors that lead people to describe autism as a child being in his or her “own world.” Recently, the mother of a 4 yr. old autistic boy enrolled her son in private BE classes. After 4 sessions, she has already reports that he is now initiating interactive times with her thru the use of BE exercises presented to him during the private classes. She is overjoyed to be more effective and enabled to have the mother and child bonding they both need and deserve for a happy life!
Mountain View Dahn Yoga center