Recent research with children who have ADD/ADHD, autism, sensory processing difficulties, and processing delays has revealed a strong association between movement and brain development. Foundation movements in utero and the early years of life develop the senses and the brain. When these movements are missed, behaviors often associated with these categories arise.
This seminar teaches precise movements that target specific areas in the brain to get them connected. Learn the specific movements to help identify and fix the disconnects and assist to mature brain regions, thus reducing the symptoms of ADD/ADHD, autism, and various delays.
Tuition rate is $300, and this course offers 8 contact hours. To register, you must contact Virginia Dill at 757-717-7187 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.