Presentation * 2015 Philadelphia, March 18
Society for Research in Child Development Biannual Meeting
- In Addition - Boston, Brown Researcher, Cathy Kerr, March 14, 2015
We invited researchers and University professors interested in the embodiment of cognitive and the relationship sensory self awareness for children has improve emotional and physical behavior.
Education and healthcare professionals interested in understanding movement to improve behavior and learning through sensory motor integration please join us in this important presentation. Learning has never gone so far and deep as now.
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Coming Fall School Year 2015
for Elementary Schools
Getting Children’s Attention Starts Inside
Teacher and student training will begin with a whiteboard animation video available for broadcast in schools to be announced. Fun and informative tips will capture children’s attention and explain the foundational lesson of Wellness Through Movement:
“No Place Like Home Breath,” is an enhance mindfulness lesson from the body-to-the-brain.
Research backing mindfulness lessons and how they have improved grades and behavior will be covered in the adult video. In-house support also available. Read Blog for more information.
A New SENSORY Self-Awareness
Catherine Rosasco Mitchell
Part I – A New SENSORY Self-Awareness Body-to-Brain Communication introduces how to build the bridge from the feeling sensation of the body to thinking. This dynamic and interactive series of twelve lessons shows participants how to feel the influence their bodies have on thinking and feeling. The program is designed to improve awareness, in-classroom management, and school culture. Participants learn how to shift perception from outside to inside by enhancing a clearer sense of self and their relationship with others. An array of self-observing techniques using breath, sound, and movement promote awareness of mental, emotional and physical interconnections. A New Sensory Self Awareness helps lives change.