When my son Lucas came into this world, I was overwhelmed with gratitude. I couldn't stop looking at and kissing this little boy - wondering how I could have made someone so beautiful and so … [Read more...]
A child who can’t stop moving might be trying to get his brain going.
Do you have students who never sit still? Are they constantly turning their heads, moving or wriggling? Do they delight in … [Read more...]
What do you look at when you have a child who is not performing in class?
There are many aspects that can be looked at, yet we could be missing a crucial part of the picture. If this child is stuck … [Read more...]
Do you have a child in your class who has an unusual grip on his pen or pencil?
His grip is so tight that the whites of his knuckles show; he presses so hard that the indentation goes through three … [Read more...]
Practitioner: Robyn Hadley
It always amazes me how often the simplest is the best! The following is a snippet from my kinesiology casebook.
A mother from one of my introduction to Brain Gym … [Read more...]
Practitioner: Marion Miller
"My son, now 10, has had a very difficult childhood. Since he was born he was a very "different" little man, and for a long time we fought against the label ADHD. We … [Read more...]