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The power of Touch

The power of Touch

Long time ago, babies were born into their mothers’ welcoming arms. The babies could not walk or talk, so the mothers carried them around and responded to their needs as…Continue Reading

Retained Primitive Reflexes

Retained Primitive Reflexes

What are primitive reflexes?
Movement stimulates brain connections. Neonatal reflexes are present in the womb and the early stages of life and occur in a specific sequence to wire the brain…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