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Breathing for life


Our breathing patterns can activate the brain networks related to mood, attention, and body awareness. Different emotions are also associated with different forms of breathing, so changing how we breathe can change how we feel and perform.

Reverse aging with better balance


Often, deterioration in balance skills is attributed to loss of muscle strength and flexibility. No doubt that has something to do with it. However, the main cause of loss in balancing abilities is deterioration in the functioning of the brain.

The Brilliant Brain of the ASD Child


A look at the work Anat Baniel and her team have carried out with children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Challenging current ASD treatments and introducing a novel way of understanding autism, as well as a new way of treating children that awakens their brains to new possibilities.

Why children with Down syndrome can be brilliant learners


Like every child, a child with Down syndrome needs to develop their motor, cognitive, and social skills over time, and the process they go through is identical to that of any child. While they start their learning journey with a built-in challenge it doesn't change the fact that their brains can do the job they're meant to do.

Be careful what you wish for


The concept of making new year’s resolutions can be traced back to the Babylonians some 4,000 years ago. If you’re one of the many who makes resolutions that fail to last, how can you ensure your resolutions buck the trend and become resolutions you stick to?

How to lay the ghosts of traumas past to rest this festive season


During the holiday season, the pressure’s on us to be happy. But, for some of us, the season brings trepidation, anxiety, even fear. We may dread visiting relatives or returning to places we associate with traumatic experiences. Or perhaps we have one to see, nowhere to go. In this article, we present a way to mitigate the stresses of the season and find ways to begin transforming traumatic memories and reduce feelings of loneliness.

Slow: A door to love


The human brain is uniquely capable in its ability to develop greater and greater complexity and refinement. That quality gives us the ability to be aware of ourselves and what we do, and it gives us the ability to act intentionally. Slow, one of the 9 Essentials in NeuroMovement®, offers a way to be more loving and connected in our interactions with others and in how we are treating ourselves.

Why our brains hold the key to recovery from anxiety


Anxiety is not helpful for either mind or body. When we are stressed, what we refer to as “The Learning Switch” is in the OFF position. The brain is focused on surviving, not learning or thinking clearly. NeuroMovement® gives us a way to help our brains make new connections so that we may begin to move past crippling anxiety toward a more peaceful and content way of being in the world.

Back to school as normal – really?


Children are like high-fidelity receptors that are continuously gauging what’s going on around them. They depend on their parents, teachers, and caregivers for information and cues. This opens a wonderful opportunity for adults to take leadership in a way that is harmonious with our physiology, biology and neurology so that the return to school can be a more positive experience for all.

Going for gold


Having flexible goals means taking time to enjoy the journey toward the finish line. It’s also about keeping the process open-ended, not making one specific set of circumstances the be-all and end-all. By doing this, we give our brains exponentially more options for growth and success.

PODCAST: Whole Brain Living Interview with Jill Bolte Taylor

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NeuroMovement Revolution Episode 47 Whole Brain Living Interview with Jill Bolte Taylor Episode 47 – Whole Brain Living Interview with Jill Bolte Taylor Jill Bolte Taylor, PhD, is a Harvard trained and published neuroanatomist. In 1996, she suffered a stroke [...]

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