Supporting Research for the Nine Essentials NeuroMovement Principles

/Supporting Research for the Nine Essentials NeuroMovement Principles
Supporting Research for the Nine Essentials NeuroMovement Principles 2017-09-28T03:51:27+00:00

Research References

Following is a list of the research that supports the NeuroMovement® principles that are the foundation of the Nine Essentials of the Anat Baniel Method℠.

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