An initial session of up to 1 hour is a meeting with parent(s) and child to assess what the root cause(s) might be. Lucy will assess your childs reflexes through games and moves and then teach you some simple movements to do at home which will take 5-10 minutes each day and will help active reflexes to integrate.
Sessions are booked in usually every 3-4 weeks to check progress and give new movements. The whole process varies in time and can be anything from 3 months to 1 year depending on each individual.
It is necessary to have a telephone conversation before you book an initial appointment to check if Rhythmic Movement would be appropriate, and to make arrangements to suit your circumstances and child's needs.
Each session is usually 1 hour - £40
Individual family sessions are available on a Wednesday, Friday or Saturday at my home clinic on Ullswater road, Lancaster. Home visits are also available in the local area of Lancaster and Morecambe.
These sessions can be booked in a number of ways:
Helpng children who are struggling to really engage with their learning process because they find listening difficult, are over active, unfocussed, challenged by sequencing, mathematics, coordination, writing and reading, are anxious they will fail and make mistakes.
Drawing Alphabet and Handwriting Success are two areas where practicing YOP patterns help those who are struggling to grasp the foundational stages.
These drawing and movement based educational methods not only make learning easy and fun., they really help children's anxiety around learning to write, remember and sequence letters and numbers, and can develop a healthy kind of focus and spatial awareness.
Begin with a consultation to discuss prices and assess what kind of package could meet the needs of your children and staff. Call, message or email me details are below.
Your school or organisation can hire me for a workshop or talk about my work. Sharing my experiences and valuable information with professionals who work with children is so important because evidence shows that children learn primarily through movement and their senses. I share with you insight into the role primitive reflexes play in learning and how you can facilitate children's movement and develop their learning in your work place or home.
Sessions are suitable for a group of parents, teacher's, nursery nurses, nannies, midwives, therapists etc.
Please contact me for a conversation and to book.
Gill, one of my RMT trainers, describes the Asymmetric Tonic Neck Reflex (ATNR) and how this effects learning. A good way to start understanding the role of reflexes is to observe the body carefully for involuntary movements.
Check out this video.
Some examples from parents and children.
Some baby reflexes which when active in an older child can hinder learning and development.
The Moro Reflex contributes to some children's behaviour and emotional control and struggle with being over sensitivite or overactive.
Check out this great video.
Check out this great video all about our brain-body connection.