Yoga and Horse Riding Wednesday 1 February 2017

Coming on tonight’s show will be Jyoti Manuel of the Special Yoga Foundation, an organisation which specialises in delivering therapeutic yoga to children with special needs and Mel Betteridge of the Riders for the Disabled Association, who will discuss how horse riding has helped her overcome disability …

Jyoti, the founder of Special Yoga Foundation, travels the world as well as working in Britain to deliver yoga sessions to children with a range of conditions, including autism.

For more information, visit Special Yoga Foundation: www.specialyoga.org.uk

Mel is a member of two disabled riding centres in the UK.  She has been registered blind since 2007 and also suffers from hearing loss and alzheimers.  Riding has helped her overcome many obstacles and has given her confidence, encouragement and support.

For more information, visit Riders for the Disabled Association: www.rda.org.uk

Jyoti Manuel

 

 

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