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    Yoga and Your Sensory Child: Poses to Improve Proprioception and the Vestibular System

    When I first started taking note of my daughter’s sensory issues, I recognized the usual sensitivities that are related to the five main senses of sight, smell, hearing, taste and touch. But once I started doing more research on the topic, I discovered there’s many more senses than just those five and they can be greatly affected in a child with Sensory Processing Disorder.¬† Proprioception is the sense of where your body is in space and this information is transferred through muscles, joints and bones. ¬†Children that have difficulty in this area will often have some of the following symptoms: need tight hugs to calm down, or the opposite and…