Rhythmic Movement: Play & Heal!

When reflexes are not integrated, body parts cannot easily move independently. This can lead to strain or uncontrolled movements, reduced access to sensory/vestibular system, and more. These neurodevelopmental movements not only help integrate reflexes, they activate critical links between the cerebellum, limbic system and prefrontal cortex. This “whole-brain linking” supports optimal functioning, both physically and mentally. (Based on the work of Dr. Blomberg, author of Movements that Heal, and Moira Dempsey of Rhythmic Movement)  Suitable for anyone who can get down to the floor. And its fun!

Alison Castillo