Each day I give to my practice.
I look for any subtle changes.
I hope for an embodiment of the body and mind,
a connection with the breath,
a sense of relaxation, calm and peace.
And I receive.
I watch how the breath moves in and out the body,
like a wave, it washes away tension, fear, anxiety
and brings in peace, quietness and calm.
The body comes back to centre and then a smile arises from the inside.
This is the giving of my practice as a Sensory Integration Occupational Therapist to my clients with Sensory Processing Difficulties; Autism Spectrum Disorders yet its the same as any Yoga practice.