Addiction is a disease of "lack." At the core level, we feel something is missing and we set out to try to fill the void through a set of behaviors that leave us further depleted. We damage the systems of our body and sap ourselves of "life force." Our endocrine system gets taxed. Our nervous system is overworked. We live in nearly constant fight or flight, bringing on the horrible consequences of stress.
Kundalini yoga and meditation are optional for people in recovery because it reconnects the relationship between the pituitary gland the the pineal gland. When there is disconnect between these two glands (that live inside the brain) the pituitary gland looks for other things out side it self to feel connected, like drugs, sex, alcohol, and money. Kundalini yoga reconnects these energies of addiction by balancing the glands of the brain. It helps to break through to a new level of strength and awareness byI giving people the ability to re-claim them selves and helps to break through the force field of addiction.
Yoga for Special needs
How does Yoga help empower.
1.Yoga develops motor skills. People with autism frequently experience delayed motor development, which can be improved as yoga tones muscles, enhances balance and stability, and develops body awareness and coordination.
2.Yoga improves confidence and social skills
3.Yoga provides sensory integration. People with autism often suffer from a highely sensitive nervous system and are easily over stimulated. Yoga helps the nervous system to release any extra stress in a peaceful manner leading to a feeling of calm throughout the body.
4. Yoga provides coping techniques for both kids and parents.
5. Yoga facilitates self-awareness.
Mantra for Special Needs
Nick is a young man with Cerebral Palsy. In this video, you will see how mantra is used as another method to strengthen motor skills and to assist in strengthening speech.