STRESS

 

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  • No one thought a gifted fifth grader had a problem. However, his parents shared he had insomnia. He was so concerned about his duties in school that he couldn’t sleep. Integrating the pattern of external attention to internal attention made a difference. After sensing the differences in the direction of attention, using sound and deep exhalations, and sensing the body, his mind calmed and fell asleep (Sensory-Motor Mindfulness Program). Parents were also advised to flip the pattern of giving to much focus on his younger brother and workload at school.

  • The grinding of teeth changed to snoring in a first grader. After his ribcage softened he established stability, coordination and flexibility between his lower limbs and up into the pelvis. Tension in the ribcage often tightens the jaw.

  • MORE Programs for Stress

  • Sensorimotor and Breath 
  • Mindfulness Sensorimotor Video Program
  • Young At Heart PE