Infant Developmental Movement Education
The Infant Development Movement Education is based on the principles of Body Mind Centering on how our movement and senses affect and inform the entire body, mind, emotions.
The aim of these courses is to educate the infant’s parents or caregivers to identify the stages of their child’s development and the ways in which they will positively influence them.
The greatest gifts we can make to a child are the sense of physical and emotional health, the sense of comfort and relationships, the joy of their own existence, their exploration, their self-confidence, their ability to connect with their surroundings , organizational skills and problem solving skills.
All these virtues are shaped by his primary learning and touch learning experiences.
Through the game and the way it affects its sensory information, parents, carers and teachers have the opportunity to make a difference in the child’s life. While we provide them with special support to learn to speak and write, we assume passively that their movement will grow to its full potential without any understanding or direction on our part.
Touch and movement are the primary ways in which a child begins to know himself and the world. And they form the basis for more complex cognitive functions. They are the main way of learning and form the bases on which the infant will learn to connect closely and essentially to himself and his immediate environment, to create relationships, to have perception, learning ability, emotional bliss, physical mobility, cognitive functions and generally all the comfort and adaptability that a child needs to grow and evolve.
In our lessons we offer a variety of stimuli and information in the nervous system, which develops rapidly in infancy. Because, as this neurological development affects movement, it is also the movement itself that also affects the nervous system. Neurological organization of the infant is directly related to the emergence and absorption of motor motifs, which if they do not surface or are not properly integrated, can have a negative impact on the child’s functions.
The brain during this period is characterized by great plasticity and it is easy to facilitate excellent movement. So the Infant Developmental Movement Education Segments are the most comprehensive proposal to get to know your baby better, your needs, the ways you communicate with them, solve questions and get to know you and your child other people and babies with common concerns. You only need to be ready to play, explore, wear comfortable clothes and be ready to roll and bully with your baby!
The lessons are open to infants who may have prenatal, perinatal and postnatal difficulties such as: CNS abnormalities, endometrial vascular strokes, prematurity, childbirth wounds, brain injury, etc.