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Veronika Pena de la Jara

Hereford Yoga

Veronika Pena de la Jara

Hereford Yoga

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Yoga for Autism

One of Veronika's passions to offer Yoga, natural therapies, support and heartfelt awareness to every child or adult on the autism spectrum, so they can access the tools that help to heal and unlock their full potential.


My main inspiration and vigour  in how to spread this passion is by training others to teach this well refined method, and by fully supporting them to be a well informed, intuitive and confident practitioners. I do also hold one on one sessions and yoga for autism specific group yoga


Yoga is a powerful way of accessing the neuro-sensory processing system through its method of mind, body and soul practice, and it works so effectively with differences like the Autism Spectrum.


The core principle of Yoga is to help each of us achieve our highest potential and to experience enduring health and happiness. Yoga begins by working with the structural body; inter- hemispheric mind; gross and fine motor-coordination systems; calming the inner working of the sensory system; perception and spiritual expressive psyche. This helps bring us into a healthier state of homeostasis.

The nervous system and brain cells are nourished and mental clarity, communication and spiritual connection increased.


A regular, repetitive, practice of Yoga can change the life of someone with ASD by helping them reach new levels of regularity, balance, concentration, clarity, inner understanding, expression and emotional release.