Bilateral integration supports nearly every movement we do. Here we discuss how it contributes to handwriting and keyboarding skills.
Brain gym is a series of fun and energizing exercises designed to prepare the brain and body for a more efficient pattern of movement, learning and communication promoting whole brain processing and balance in a stress-free environment.
Summarize whole brain integration through whole body movement
Describe the role of the 26 brain gym exercises in relation to efficiency with immediate improvements and automaticity for skills such as memory, writing, reading, communication, coordination, balance, stability, grounding, tracking, memory, lengthening and concentration
Learn and perform the four step warm-up that will awaken learning potential in the brain body connection
Participate in “hands on” exercises and describe how to implement a brain body diet for you and/or your clients
Outline the three dimensions of movement and the correlation to the brain, learning and communication
Describe developmental pieces and brain re-education
Understand and Implement Edu-K balances and discover a stress free learning environment and tool for reaching goals and maximizing potential
This course is beneficial for students, teachers, administrators, parents, athletes, business professionals, occupational therapists, physical therapists and speech therapists.
Click here for the registration form: brain gym 101 flyer.
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