A gentle, skilled practitioner applies five-element acupuncture with emphasis on treating the client’s mind and spirit in a serene environment.
A noninvasive, integrative, sound-healing modality which brings both the physical and energy bodies into balance. It uses a range of tuning forks designed to produce the natural, celestial tones of the Music of the Spheres to channel precise, healing frequencies through the energy pathways of the body. This deeply relaxing experience helps to release and realign blockages, disperse excess fluid and energy retention, nourish the organs and stimulate their function to achieve wholistic, harmonic balance in the body, mind and spirit.
Half-hour consultations with Naturopath Dr. Janet Opila-Lehman who specializes in autism.
A trained practitioner leads participants through a meditation that may include music, guided imagery and relaxation techniques providing spirit-mind-body interconnectedness.
Join Catherine Faherty for an hour of enjoying moving your body, jumping, flapping, dancing to a variety of musical styles your way. We’ll finish with a few minutes of stillness and relaxation.
Professional massage therapists provide massage for the entire family and instruct care givers in massage techniques to enable them to provide therapy at home.
A combination of Qigong and meditation. The group is taken through a series of techniques designed to promote relaxation and focus, build internal energy or life force (qi, ki, prana, etc.) and hone executive functioning skills.
This group provides a safe space to discuss the joys and concerns of parenting adolescents transitioning to adulthood and young adults on the spectrum.
Guest pets including Anoushka and Kashmir (baby goats), Twiggy and Cheeto (chicks) and Anna the bunny (to name just a few) spread the love right here in the office. Pet therapy can help reduce stress, anxiety, and depression. It can also increase self-esteem and improve social skills.
Clearly structured individual and relationship conversational therapy with the focus on current problems and practical solutions.
A gentle and restorative energy technique that can be used for stress reduction or to support general well-being. The intention behind reiki is to raise the level of life force energy by bringing care and attention to the energy centers of the body as well as places in the body that can benefit from additional attention.
The group strives to improve social-relatedness and self regulation through games, art and talk.
By the end of each six week session, two participants will create a very short stop-action animation film. Weekly sessions will focus on identifying short and long-term goals, working memory and planning, organizational skills and breaking the project down into manageable pieces. See Student Gallery.
Tai Chi/Qigong with Todd Jensen is a great introduction to martial arts at a much gentler pace. The group will be taken through a series of techniques designed to promote relaxation and focus, build internal energy or life force (qi, ki, prana, etc.) and hone executive functioning skills.
An innovative educational program teaching a wide range of subjects through percussion and drums. TRAP’s primary objective is to promote the inclusion of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their typical peers in all aspects of everyday life.
Each class will have gentle warm-ups, breath work, partner activities and a visualization/relaxation.
Zumba involves dance and aerobic movements performed to energetic music. The choreography incorporates hip-hop, soca, samba, salsa, merengue and mambo. Fun for everyone.