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'FUNdational' Parenting Class - With babies in the womb to three.
Are you a ‘to be’, new or already parent who'd like to connect with other parents and also learn how to support the developmental needs of your baby/child, so they may be happy, healthy and balanced ?
Wakefield Community Center, Wakefield, Quebec 7 weekly Monday classes From September 9th to October 28th, 2019 2:30 to 4:00 pm
Come learn how to support your child's development through: * Gentle sensory movements and songs * Knowing important neurodevelopmental milestones * Learning about primitive reflexes and how they are foundational to your baby’s cognitive, physical and emotional development * Rhythm and predictability * Proper sensory stimulation * Movement and Play * The Art of Discipline * Storytelling and Puppetry * Nutritional and Health tips * BONUS: Handwork - learn how to make a toy of natural fibers for your child
Come with your baby or toddler and be inspired by the movements of older babies and toddlers in attendance!
Creepy Crawlers - Movement Class for Kids 4 to 6 years old
Wakefield Community Center, Wakefield, Qu 8 weekly Monday classes From September 10th to November 5th 3:30 to 4:15 Fee: $100 Cancelled, however will try to offer the class again in the new year
This is a creative movement classes based on animal movements, story telling, and the science of neurodevelopment. As your children giggle and creepy crawl around they will be guided through a series of movements that are key to brain development and impacting mental skills such as reading, writing and self regulation.
I can come by invitation to present either one of the workshops and/or classes above day or evening. The cost would depend on the group of participants.
Do you recognize the symptoms of learning and behavioral challenges but struggle to identify the why (cause) or how to help your student ?
THE WHY? In this 2 hrs workshop I introduce primitive reflexes and offer a checklist of what you can observe in your student if these reflexes are still present. This checklist is a tool that provides clues to underlying immaturities in the functioning of the nervous system, due to retained primitive reflexes, that have been documented as causes of learning and behavioral challenges.
THE HOW YOU CAN HELP ? 10 to 15 minutes of daily neurodevelopmental movements to help mature the nervous system has been shown to improve learning and behavior in whole classrooms. In this half day workshop i can show teachers how to implement this with their students from preschool to grade 6.