Next 4-week series starts 3/13
Fridays 6:30 - 7:30
For teens and adults with ASD ages 16 and up
Location: TriYoga Boston in Waltham, MA
pre-registration is required
Saturday February 15 10:00 - 6:00
TriYoga Boston in Waltham, MA
This 1-day workshop is ideal for healthcare providers, educators, social workers, parents and autism professionals . No yoga experience necessary.
Saturday and Sunday February 15-16 10:00 - 6:00
Friday and Saturday March 20-2110:00 - 600
TriYoga Boston in Waltham, MA
Our unique and comprehensive 30-hour teacher training prepares participants to lead yoga classes for students with autism. This training is ideal for experienced yoga teachers, OT's and PT's and fitness professionals. No background in autism is necessary.
Yoga Alliance CEU's available for RYT's
Executive Director and Founder
Voice Colors non-profit
Parent of an adult yogi with autism, Eve Megargel is an author, educator, filmmaker, and pioneer in advocating that all individuals on the autism spectrum are independent communicators who are capable of self-expression and social relationships. Eve consults, collaborates, and engages on key autism issues and initiatives with several organizations, including Massachusetts General Hospital and Boston’s Jewish Family and Children’s Services. She is a member of the MGH Family Advisory Council and the Lurie Center Leadership Council. Eve received her master’s degree in Theology from Harvard University, and her bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. She lives with her husband Matt and son Billy in Weston,
Voice Colors Yoga
Hannah Gould, M.Ed, E-RYT is a well-known special educator and yoga teacher. Hannah has been a trailblazer in bringing meaningful and effective yoga to children and adults with autism and other special needs. Hannah received her M.Ed. in the education of children with special needs from Simmons College in 1999 and completed her certification as a yoga teacher in 2005. Hannah has worked as an educator, social skills counselor and yoga instructor in a variety of settings with both children and adults. From 2007 - 2016, Hannah directed the therapeutic yoga program at NESCA, a pediatric clinical practice in Newton, MA. Hannah has directed the Voice Colors Yoga program since 2005. Hannah also currently teaches in local day and residential programs and at Laughing Dog Yoga in Wellesley, MA.
“Hannah radiates positive energy.
Her knowledge of yoga and autism mixed with understanding of the physical, emotional, sensory and spiritual…
A master yogi for this population ”
-Megan Hennessey, Special educator, yoga teacher and 30-hour Voice Colors Yoga teacher training graduate
"Hannah and Eve are true pioneers in the field of linking yoga to people with autism. I encourage anyone who works in the field, knows someone with autism or is a yoga teacher to take this (Voice Colors Yoga for Autism) workshop. We are ALL communication partners."
-Amy Stone, Yoga teacher and Voice Colors Yoga for Autism workshop participant
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