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Switch on your child’s core muscles

Switch on your child’s core muscles

The core muscles tie everything together in the centre of the body. They are the control switch. If you flick the core muscles into the ‘on’ position, they pull all…Continue Reading

Understanding proprioception

Understanding proprioception

Proprioception provides a body map for navigation. The proprioceptive system is one of the body’s sensory feedback systems. Together with the five senses of touch, smell, taste, hearing and vision,…Continue Reading

The problem with TV (and other screens)

The problem with TV (and other screens)

Children learn through play. They establish brain connections through movement. These brain connections ensure that children can concentrate on a task when they reach school age. They help with impulse…Continue Reading

What does vestibular mean?

What does vestibular mean?

The body has various feedback systems. The five senses of hearing, smell, taste, vision and touch along with proprioception and vestibular input make up the body’s…Continue Reading

The importance of Vitamin A

The importance of Vitamin A


Vitamin A
is vital for growing children. This vitamin helps with vision development, healthy eyes and night vision. It is necessary to build strong tooth enamel. Sufficient Vitamin A…Continue Reading