Yoga for ALL with Limor Landau

Let’s learn yoga! Limor Landau teaches classes that are aimed at infants and children with special needs, but are suited for anyone. It’s a wonderful opportunity for children to experience a warmer, more soulful approach to therapy. Join Limor here:

Limor recognizes the importance and necessity for conventional medical treatment, but she also believes that time away from doctors and hospitals are a welcome and refreshing respite for you and your child.

Yoga stimulates all the areas necessary for a child’s development. Limor’s classes are designed specifically to benefit children with Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Attention Deficit Disorder, Learning Disabilities and other developmental delays.

During the sessions children will learn a step-by-step, integrated system of yoga poses designed to increase cognitive and motor skills.  A vital role in the program is that of parent as guide, inspiration and role model. The benefit to your child of seeing you enjoy your yoga practice cannot be emphasized enough.

If you’d like to learn more from Limor Landau, who is based in Los Angeles, she can be reached at (323) 559-4026 or by email at [email protected].

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Limor Landau is a certified yoga practitioner and has worked with children from 7 weeks to 70 years old. Limor received her training from Sonia Sumar, a renowned yoga instructor and the creator of Yoga for the Special Child ™. Limor works with physically and mentally disadvantaged kids throughout the Los Angeles area.

Limor Landau is a certified Yoga instructor and a certified Shiatsu massage therapist. Limor is also a certified physical education teacher and has majored in special children.

Limor has been able to use her extensive knowledge and experience on a personal basis after she gave birth to her daughter Tamar, who was born prematurely at 24 weeks weighing only 1lb. 4oz.