BioMat 4 Autism and other Disorders
The Spectrum Movement Project gives children and adults on the spectrum a chance to develop new skills, make new friends, and above all have fun! With the use of music, games, movement and dance individuals on the spectrum or with other disorders develop body awareness, listening skills, social skills, and build confidence while having fun.
Our program utilizes the eight fundamental movement patterns that human beings are programmed to move though from 0 – 12 months. These developmental movement patterns wire the central nervous system laying the foundation for sensory-motor development and life long learning. When patterns are missed or disrupted there may be missing gaps in a person’s neurological development. These gaps can cause neurological dysfunctions that may later appear as learning disabilities, behavior disorders, memory problems, sleep disorders, speech difficulties, balance or filtering problems, and a host of other difficulties that may disrupt the flow of normal development. Working through these movement patterns may correct flaws in a person’s perceptual process and reorganize the central nervous system to better develop proprioception, balance, attention, memory, eye-tracking, behavior, sensory integration, and motor skills. Neurological repatterning coordinates all parts of the brain and body for emotional, social, and cognitive balance.
4705 Dale-Curtin Dr., McFarland
PREREGISTRATION is REQUIRED!
Space is limited.
Minimum of 3 students required for classes to be held.
Classes begin October 17, 2015.
Saturday: 10:00 - 10:45 AM
Ages 2 - Adult
$15/class or 5 classes $50