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NeuroMovement® for Children

The Anat Baniel Method of NeuroMovement® is a particularly powerful method to support brain development and learning among children with special needs.  The method supports the creation of new, healthy brain connections by using natural movement patterns that support brain plasticity.

Every child is unique and develops at their own pace. But given the right conditions, every child's brain can learn and grow, regardless of the limitations. If your child is experiencing developmental challenges, learning disabilities, physical or neurological disabilities, NeuroMovement® can help wake up their brain for optimal learning and development.

Who is NeuroMovement® for?

NeuroMovement is good for children living with many types of limitations or disorders, such as: 

  • Genetic disorders: Down syndrome, Cri du Chat, Angelman Syndrome, Fragile X, 

  • Learning disabilities and intellectual or cognitive delays

  • Autism spectrum (ASD) or sensory integration/processing (SPD) disorders

  • Attention Deficit Disorder and ADHD, childhood anxiety

  • Structural disorders: torticollis, brachial plexus, birth malformations or others

  • Brain injuries , Cerebral palsy, cerebral visual impairment, stroke, anoxia or hypoxia

  • Unexplained motor or cognitive delays

In Teens and young adults, including typically developing children, the method helps regulate anxiety, stress and body image​.

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Now offering sessions in person in Montreal

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Please note that the services do not consist in psychotherapy or physiotherapy. The methods proposed under the heading of NeuroSomatic Therapy and NeuroMovement®  here do not intend to replace professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment provided by your physician or other medical professionals. Always seek the advice of your physician, or other qualified health care providers, with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition, treatment, or if you seek to discontinue current treatment/s. 

As each adult and child is unique, results and outcomes are not guaranteed and may vary.

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