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If motion is a child's first language, then sensation is his second. Only when both motion and sensation are integrated can higher language skills of speech, reading and writing develop fluently. Our children who roll and tumble are engaged in their first lesson toward becoming the Einsteins of the future. - Sally Goddard Blythe, Reflexes, Learning and Behavior, 2005

Children and Teens

Stress, lack of sufficient movement, or trauma can cause in interruption in the flow of nerve impulses, making it difficult for connections in the brain and body to be established for healthy learning and stress load reduction. This results in the child/teens ability to respond appropriately  to the task or situation at hand.


Whole brain integration techiniques allow one to:

  • Learn ANYTHING faster and more easily

  • Perform better at sports

  • Be more focused and organized

  • Start and finish projects with ease

  • Overcome learning challenges

  • Reach new levels of excellence


Those teens and adolescents who complete the program have seen significant improvements in:


  • Comprehension and understanding

  • Concentration, focus

  • Co-ordination vs clumsiness, spatial awareness

  • Creative writing

  • Energy levels

  • Eye-hand co-ordination

  • Fine motor skills

  • Following directions

  • Hearing and listening abilities

  • Being able to cut out the irrelevant information and only process important information. Many learning and behaviour problems relate to this.

  • Integrating childhood reflexes (symptoms of which manifest in specific behavioral patterns in infancy and pre-school years and in later years even panic disorders and low tolerance to stress).

  • Irrational fears

  • Left and right postural awareness, body awareness, movement’s skills

  • Mathematics and computations

  • Mild physical problems

  • Motivation and positivity levels

  • Penmanship, cursive writing, creative writing

  • Personal organizational skills and personal relationships

  • Reading (silent and oral) and writing abilities (especially good for dyslexia) relating to L- R eye movements re-establishing the natural learning pattern of a whole-brain state as the process releases )

  • Blocked learning patterns of any description

  • Self confidence and self-esteem



Working with the brain thru body movement turns on attention system,  motivation system, memory system as well as making all of our brain cells ready to grow and sprout, and that is the only way we learn anything!  Now add to the the work of Neuro Integration and Balancing and you have the ability to make a life changing shift.


Watch as  John J. Ratey, MD, is an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, Research Synthesizer, Speaker, and bestselling Author talks about how the brain and body thrives best on movement.

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