Courses are approved by Breakthroughs International and credit is available to students.
Workshops are introductory Brain Gym training sessions that have not been reviewed, and therefore no credit may be applied towards licensure.

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wdt_ID Course ID Name of Course Course code Hours Description Status
1 111 Brain Gym for Teens and Pre-Teens T 24 Open to all. A
2 120 Brain Gym for Movement, Dance and Sports M 32 In this course, you will learn how to use Brain Gym to enhance movement, dance and athletic performance. Discover the connection of the brain and body to movement, and explore movement to improve dynamic visual acuity, hand-eye coordination, visual reaction time, and tracking skills. Integrate visual, auditory, and kinesthetic systems. Open to coaches, athletes, physical therapists, trainers, occupational therapists, teachers, parents and students. A
3 240 The Balance and Power of Resonance BPR 16 Optimize your authenticity and creativity while learning the effects of play, resonance/sound and music on the heart and brain. Brain Gym and associated movement/sound activities are used to facilitate full sensory and language development, healthy emotions, life-long learning and joy in all aspects of life. Open to all students who have taken Brain Gym 101. A
4 223 Movement Dynamics, Part One: Exploring Three Dimensions MD 8 Experience the joy of movement expression through a deepening of the three Edu-K dimensions and balances for such goals as improved nonverbal communication. Learn playful Cross Crawl variations and new applications for this expanded Edu-K menu. Open to students who have taken Brain Gym 101. A
5 224 Movement Dynamics, Part Two: Flow Medleys MD 8 Discover the pleasure of doing Brain Gym and Vision Gym to integrating music, in easy movement flows. Includes new balances for Dynamic Ergonomics and movement development. Open to students who have taken Brain Gym 101 and Movement Dynamics, Part One. A
6 311 Total Core Repatterning TCR 24 Focuses on the recognition of primitive homolateral reflexes that become integrated by repatterning. Training in the latest techniques for integrating primitive reflexes which interfere with learning and mature motor control. These tools are useful for helping all individuals, regardless of neurological or physiological limitations. Open to students who have taken Edu-K In Depth. A
7 345 Integration of Dynamic and Postural Reflexes into the Whole Body Movement System IDPR 32 A four-day course exploring dynamic and postural reflexes and how they influence development and learning. Provides an explanation of reflexes according to the three dimensions of Laterality Centering and Focus. Participants learn techniques for checking reflex integration and simple joyful movements for integrating them into the whole body movement system. Open to students who have taken Edu-K In Depth. A
8 360 Creative Vision CV 24 This workshop presents both an objective and subjective exploration of the learner's visual capacity. Participants will gain new understanding of vision and movement and how they relate to learning reading and other life skills. Prerequisite: Edu-K In Depth required and Visioncircles is recommended. A
9 350 Movement Re-education MRE 24 This three-day workshop authored by Dr. Paul and Gail Dennison focuses specifically on the Structure Realm in the Edu-K process. This experience is an opportunity for exploration, review, and hands-on-practice of muscle lengthening techniques. Participants learn the relationship of emotions, vision, and posture to brain integration. Included are the latest releases and activations which help to complete postural and structural changes. Open to students who have taken Edu-K In Depth. A
10 201 Optimal Brain Organization OBO 16 Discover the concepts of hemispheric specialization, identification, and balancing to facilitate whole-brain learning. Open to students who have taken Brain Gym 101. A
11 20 Switched-On Selling SOS 8 This 8 hr course teaches a sales training system unlike anything you've ever experienced bringing a dramatically higher level of success. The Switched-On Selling™ Seminar is an exciting new concept for improving sales. It is different, unique, and geared for everyone from the beginning sales person to those who have achieved a high level of success and would like to move to the top of their profession. The Switched-On-Selling™ Seminar does not include a single sales technique during the entire day. Instead Brain Gym activities are applied to the sales process. As Master Sales Trainer William T. Brooks discovered, "this one-day seminar will eliminate your personal barriers to being a more successful salesperson." Accredited by the National Association of Sales Professionals. Open to all. A
12 21 Switched-On Selling Instructor Training & Certification SOSI 24 Become certified to teach the "Switched on Selling" course (see above) and improve your own sales performance as well. Accredited by the National Association of Sales Professionals, this course is open to all. A
13 106 Hands On - Ideas on How to Use Brain Gym in the Classroom and Beyond HO 16 Experience playful techniques to build academic sub-skills (e.g. handwriting, reading). Participants will gain insight into using a number of Brain Gym and Vision Gym movements in a variety of settings: classroom, therapy, athletics and home. Uses the Hands On photo manual. Open to all. A
14 31 Switched-On Mangement Instructor Training & Certification SOMI 24 Become a certified "Switched-On Management" instructor (see above) while upgrading your own business management skills so that what was once difficult becomes easy to do. Open to all. A
15 505 Double Doodle Play: A Window to Whole-Brain Vision Teacher's Training DDTT 16 This teacher's training course supports Brain Gym Instructors in learning to facilitate Double Doodle Play: A Window to Whole-Brain Vision. This basic, experiential approach to playful art uses the Dooble Doodle activity from Brain Gym in mixed-media projects to explore visual skills and hand-eye coordination for sustained attention in the midfield. The homeplay for this course is to complete and submit to the instructor a Double Doodle Play portfolio. Course manual included. Prerequesities: Brain Gym Teacher Practicum, Visioncircles and Double Doodle Play twice plus being currently licensed. A
16 41 Switched-On-Network Marketing Instructor Training & Certification SONI 24 Become a "Switched-On-Network Marketing" Instructor (see above). Learn to use Brain Gym techniques to enable others - and yourself - to achieve dramatic improvements in your Network Marketing performance. Accredited by the National Association of Sales Professionals. Open to all. A
17 213 Integration of Early Childhood Reflexes and Reactions IECR 24 Open to students who have taken Brain Gym 101. A
18 10 Switched-On Golf® SOG 8 This eight-hour course combines the skills and inner discipline of golf with Educational Kinesiology balances and movements. Learn the buddy system and self-referral processes, Brain Gym activities and the soft skills of golf. The integrated golfer moves from "try" to "natural" for a whole new golf experience. Open to all. A
19 301 Edu-K In Depth: Seven Dimensions of Intelligence EID 32 Hands-on experience with seven dimensions of body movement, focusing on how each can support or block the learning process. Students learn to permanently integrate the principles of whole brain learning into their own processes. Open to students who have taken Brain Gym. Prerequisite for Brain Gym instructor licensure. A
20 335 Peaceful Power of One: Resources for Resolution PO 24 This course provides skills and practice in resolving conflict whether the conflict is within the self between individuals or between the indivudual and a "group". Explore the educational model one's own code of ethics and an invitation to "begin where you are" "travel as equals" and "create something new". Open to students who have taken Brain Gym 101. A
21 340 Five Elements and Goal Wheel: Level One FEGW 24 Experience and learn more about the 5 Element Theory and its application to movement in the lives of individuals and organizations. Open to students who have taken Brain Gym 101. A
22 501 Brain Gym Teacher Practicum UPDATE PD 16 The two-day Teacher Practicum Update class is an option for alternate relicensure for Brain Gym Instructors. A
23 523 The Movement Dynamics Teacher Training MDTT 16 Participants gain the practical experience needed to teach Movement Dynamics 223 MD and 224 MD (Part One: Exploring Three Dimensions 8 hours and Part Two: A Flow Medley 8 hours). Discover ways to use the Movement Dynamics flows and balances in individual, educational, and professional settings. The Movement Dynamics Teacher's Handbook ©2005 is included. Open to licensed Brain Gym Instructors who have completed Visioncircles and twice completed the Movement Dynamics Parts One and Two. Special repeaters fee. A
24 551 Visioncircles Teacher Training VCTT 32 Participants experience the ways vision is expanded and enlarged by the other senses, and learn how to facilitate sensory awareness and perceptual skills in others. This class is a requirement for licensure as a Visioncircles Instructor. Prerequisite: Visioncircles twice, Brain Gym Teacher Practicum, and Creative Vision, plus being currently licensed. A
25 552 Optimal Brain Organization Teacher Training OBOTT 24 Formerly an eight hour training as part of the Language of Movement course, Optimal Brain Organization Teacher Training is now a 24 hour workshop to empower, explicate and clarify the unique Brain Organization work of Dr. Paul Dennison and Gail Dennison, and includes the revised 2000 edition of the Brain Organization Profiles course which replaces all past editions. All instructors must attend this training to teach this new course. Prerequisite is taking Optimal Brain Organization twice and the Brain Gym Practicum, plus being currently licensed. A
26 471 Master in Depth MID 24 Throughout history, major steps in the understanding of disciplines -- such as art, music,and medicine--have been achieved by first learning the information and then later spending time with the master of the craft. This quantum leap in understanding is now available to Educational Kinesiology Instructor/Consultants. In this individually tailored course, Dr. Dennison shares his expertise by demonstrating the Edu-K In Depth material first-hand. Prerequisite: Brain Gym Teacher Practicum plus being currently licensed. A
27 470 Master at Work MW2 8 An opportunity to spend time with the Master of the Craft of Edu-K. This is a one-day version of the Master In Depth course. Dr. Dennison shares his expertise by demonstrating the Edu-K material first hand. Prerequisite: Brain Gym Teacher Practicum plus being currently licensed. A
28 40 Switched-On Network Marketing SON 8 This exciting workshop enables participants to achieve dramatic improvements in sales performance using Brain Gym techniques to switch on for whatever they're selling. A
29 385 Motivation of the Three Dimensions MTD 16 Motivation refers to the underlying force which either supports or sabotages our goals. The visual Metaphor balance and Motivation Integration Technique assist in transforming limiting patterns. This course looks deeper at the Three Dimensions and adds variations to the Repatterning processes learned in Brain Gym® 101. Pre-Requisite: Brain Gym® 101 P
30 380 Integrating Primitive Reflexes Using Brain Gym and Touch for Health IPR 16 Experience three balances to integrate three primitive reflexes, using Brain Gym® & Touch for Health balancing techniques. Open to students who have taken Brain Gym® 101 and Touch for Health 1. A
31 180 Master At Work, Level 1 MW1 8 Get the answers direct from the creator of Brain Gym. Take advantage of this rare opportunity to spend one day with the Educational Kinesiology founder, Dr. Paul E. Dennison. Come with specific goals and questions to help create this unique environment that will allow for new, free-flowing knowledge and application of the Edu-K process. BG101 recommended. A
32 214 In Synch I - Integrating the Senses Through Movement INS 24 This course offers an innovative technique to effectively and quickly integrate the far and near senses. Understand the important connection that movement and the senses have to learning. Experience how essential sensory integration is to optimal development. Open to students who have taken Brain Gym 101. A
33 310 Physiological Basis of Edu-K In Depth PBEID 16 An in-depth exploration of how Edu-K In Depth affects the body's physiology, especially the nervous system. Prepares participants to easily the nervous system. Prepares participants to easily and intelligently answer theoretical questions for themselves and their clients. Current research on movement and whole-brain learning. Open to all who have taken Edu-K In Depth. A
34 372 Integration of Birth and Change IBC 24 Birth is one of the most dangerous--and exciting--journeys we experience in life. It is change of the first order! In this class, you will notice the birth-instilled patterns that can block your path, and balance to move forward in confidence with new skills for change. Open to students who have taken Brain Gym 101. A
35 373 Integration of Speech and Hand Dexterity ISD 28 Open to students who have taken Brain Gym 101. A
36 220 Visioncircles VC 24 A road map to the completion of developmental skills through movement, play, and art. Emphasis on vision enhancement. Open to all. A
37 370 Integration of our Senses IS 28 Open to students who have taken Brain Gym 101. A
38 221 Movement Exploration I: Integrating the reflexes that build the developmental movement patterns. MEI 32 Learn developmental repatterning techniques, core stabilization repatterning, navel radiation, gait points, and more for the reflexes including but not limited to Moro, Fear Paralysis, ATNR, STNR, Babkin, Spinal Galant, Neck Mobility, Tonic Lumbar, Lumbar Reach, Abdominal, and Oral rooting. Pre-requisite: Brain Gym® 101 or Brain Gym for Movement, Dance & Sports Performance. A
39 102 Dennison Whole Brain Learning Method DWB 16 Learn how to create an optimal learning environment; how to identify independent, instructional, and frustration learning levels; and how to foster a lifelong love of reading. Experience the art of learning in an atmosphere of whole-brain integration. Open to all. A
40 105 Double Doodle Play: A Window to Whole-Brain Vision DD 8 Using various art media, explore how to use the Double Doodle and other activities from Brain Gym® and Vision Gym® to enhance visual perception and artistic expression. Participants experience the relationship between visual skills, hand-eye coordination, and creativity, and are also shown some simple ways to use the Double Doodle processes with learners of any age. Open to all. A
41 420 Giving Back: Mentoring Program GB 16 Our elders have so much life experience and understanding to offer. Learn to tap into this vast resource to the benefit of our most disenfranchised populations: our children and frail elders. Discover how to set up a successful intergenerational mentoring program in your community whether you choose to work with children or frail elders. You will come away from this course knowing how to train elder mentors to 'give back' their wisdom to the community. Recruiting, training, collaborating with community partners, evaluating with standardized tests, and funding are some of the many topics covered. All facets of setting up in intergenerational program will be discussed, processed, role-played, and balanced until you have all the information in your mind and body. Course includes a new full-color training manual. See us in action at www.GivingBackMentoring.org. Prerequisite: Brain Gym Teacher Practicum plus being currently licensed. A
42 181 Faculty at Work FW 4 Observe the experts at work! Brain Gym faculty tailor this course to the specific audience. There will be opportunities to watch, give, and/or receive Edu-K balances, ask questions, and refine techniques. This class can be face-to-face, online, or a hybrid. Contact faculty to schedule! Pre-req: Brain Gym 101 highly recommended. A
43 222 Movement Exploration II: In Depth Experience of the Developmental Movement Patterns MEII 32 The emphasis of this course is on core development, limb coordination, and sensory integration. You will experience an in-depth exploration of the developmental movement patterns with correlation to movement and behavior through life. Pre-requisite: Brain Gym® 101 or Brain Gym for Movement, Dance & Sports Performance. A
44 165 Learning and Gravity LG 16 This 16 hour workshop will wake up and expand your ability to think more clearly, coordinate your brain and body together, improve your memory, improve your ability to focus, and concentrate, and most of all, release physical, mental and emotional stress in your life. In this workshop we will explore how our senses are related to our vestibular system and how this effects learning. You will learn how Brain Gym and the Balance Board work together to enhance the Brain Gym activities as well as learning new balance board and educational games. Discover how to achieve your potential with simple and effective tools that are fun and rewarding. Open to all. A
45 346 Lifelong Reflex Integration - (formerly My Inner Child) MIC 32 A four-day course exploring dynamic and postural reflexes and how they influence development and learning. Provides an explanation of reflexes according to the three dimensions of Laterality Centering and Focus. Participants learn techniques for checking reflex integration and simple joyful movements for integrating them into the whole body movement system. Open to students who have taken Edu-K In Depth. A
46 215 Balancing With Children: Reflexes, Play & The Heart BWC 16 In this course you will master a simple, yet powerful balance that flows easily with children and teens. You will learn how to integrate infant reflexes and play into your balances. You will learn how to stimulate heart awareness in your interactions with others. These tools will assist you in achieving greater results, joy and personal fulfillment. Open to students who have taken Brain Gym 101. A
47 101 Brain Gym BG 24 Experience whole-brain integration through whole-body movement. Learn the 26 Brain Gym activities, Edu-K’s Five Steps to Easy Learning, and Dennison Laterality Repatterning as you discover an exciting tool for reaching personal goals. What this course conveys can be applied by students, teachers, parents, artists, athletes, healthcare workers, business professionals . . . you name it! (Course prices vary by instructor and location. Please contact sponsor for current price.) NOTE: If you can't locate a Brain Gym Class in your area, see 'instructors willing to travel' in the instructors menu. A
48 110 Brain Gym® 26 Movements Facilitator Training BG 24 This course prepares one to become a Licensed Brain Gym Movement Facilitator who is authorized to teach Brain Gym® 104 and create customized workshops up to 6 hours. Participants practice teaching concepts, as well as giving and receiving feedback. The course covers administrative details for Movement Facilitators. A
49 250 Professional Principles and Practice of Edu-K PPP 88 Open to students who have taken Brain Gym 101. P
50 321 Movement Exploration III: Moving into Action - Integrating our movement abilities MEIII 32 Here we explore and facilitate flexibility, agility, coordination, speed, endurance, balance, power, strength and balancing sensory information. Learn expanded in depth techniques for advancing movement efficiency and ease. Pre-requisite: Edu-K In Depth course and Movement Exploration I and II courses. A
51 325 Happy Ever After-From Victim to Master HEA 24 Stress can trigger disease, learning difficulties, addictions and unhappiness. Low self-esteem and unresolved trauma often lie at the root of our stress. In this course participants will learn to: build self-esteem in self and others, deal with difficult and/or negative people, take charge of emotions, negotiate win-win solutions, deal with life's challenges, and more. Open to students who have taken BG101 and Edu-K In Depth. A
52 30 Switched-On Management SOM 9 The Switched-On Management™ Seminar is a management development program for individuals who are responsible for managing others in order to create a more effective and dynamic organization. The seminar provides a method for personal re-engineering which enables managers to adapt quickly and successfully to the changing work environment. This semianr will result strengthening existing management skills and add to these skills with surprising ease and increased levels of confidence. Open to all. A
53 302 Faculty at Work In Depth FWID 8 Go deeper with the Seven Dimensions of Intelligence! This is a customized day-long course that may include group assessment, goal setting, facilitation, balances, discussion, paired practicing and more. The format may be face-to-face, online or a hybrid of the two. Contact faculty to schedule! Pre-req: In Depth 301. A
54 107 The Playful Child PC 24 The Playful Child is a three day course which will facilitate the participants in implementing a program for children using authentic play. The main purpose is to explain, understand and explore the importance of authentic play and development of the senses in the first seven years of life. It is an experiential program using movement, creativity and imagination while developing the senses using the Brain Gym tools. Open to all. I
55 108 Learn Through Movement and Play LMP 10 Children are innately Super, Confident and Intelligent. Learn how to draw out this inherent potential through Primary Learning Tools (PLTs), specific Brain Gym movements and developmentally sound and playful activities. Discover how Primary Learning Tools (PLTs) address seven of our senses for sensory integration. You will come away from this course with confidence to draw out and maximize physical, intellectual and emotional capabilities. The course includes a copy of Denise C. Hornbeak's book, The SuperConfitelligent Child: Loving to Learn through Movement and Play. Open to all. A
56 230 Deep Understanding Balance DUB 16 In this course, students learn a method to perceive, imagine, and logically explain solutions that are effective in achieving their goals. Based on an integration of Jean Piaget's model of intelligence and the Dennisons' Brain Gym, four balances are taught to address physical, conceptual, emotional and social understanding goals. Participants experience the joy and wonder in discovering a deeper understanding of themselves and the world around them. Open to students who have taken Brain Gym 101. I
57 265 Learning and Gravity LG 16 This 16 hour workshop will wake up and expand your ability to think more clearly, coordinate your brain and body together, improve your memory, improve your ability to focus, and concentrate, and most of all, release physical, mental and emotional stress in your life. In this workshop we will explore how our senses are related to our vestibular system and how this effects learning. You will learn how Brain Gym and the Balance Board work together to enhance the Brain Gym activities as well as learning new balance board and educational games. Discover how to achieve your potential with simple and effective tools that are fun and rewarding. Open to students who have taken Brain Gym 101. I
58 170 Brain Gym for Special Education Providers SP 32 This course demonstrates Brain Gym along with special modifications to aid parents, teachers, and health professionals in their work with children and adults who have special needs. There is an emphasis on how to determine which Brain Gym movements/activities to use by looking at the needs of the child/adult through the lens of the three dimensions of learning. Participants will learn how to assess the needs of the child/adult, develop a program to meet those needs, evaluate the program, and modify as learning and growth occurs. The newly acquired skills will be easily applied in a variety of mental and physical challenges, including: autism, cerebral palsy, attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADD or ADHD), Angelman's Syndrome, speech impairment, brain injuries, blindness, deafness, and impairments caused by strokes. Open to all. A
59 182 Faculty at Work II FW2 8 Get the answers directly from the experts, the Brain Gym Faculty. This day-long course will allow for group assessment, goal setting, and execution. It may include balances, discussion, and paired practicing of techniques. This class can be face-to-face, online or a hybrid of the two. Contact faculty to schedule! Pre-req: Brain Gym 101 highly recommended. A
60 205 Dominance Factor DF 16 The Dominance Factor Course is a synthesis of research and experiential understanding of how the Basal Dominance Pattern, developed at approximately 9 weeks in-utero, affects how we function in stressful (survival) situations, as well as our preferences and the ways we most readily gain knowledge and respond in relationships. The course assists participants to be aware of the wide diversity of dominance patterns and how they differ from one’s own, which leads to deeper understanding and more effective inter-relationships in the home, school and workspace. The practical application of integrative cross-lateral tools from Brain Gym®, Vision Gym, and other integrated movements assist whole brain and sensory function beyond these limited patterns to enrich every part of one’s life. Open to all students. Brain Gym 101 or Physiology of Learning recommended but not required. A
63 109 For Your Eyes Only: Vision Rejuvenation VR 16 Learn good visual habits and address visual skills for daily use of your eyes. Explore activities for optimizing the brain and the muscles affecting natural vision with emphasis on ease of binocular vision, focusing ability for both near and far, as well as tracking and eye relaxation in our high-tech, computerized world. All ages have the potential to improve their vision. A
65 103 Physiological Basis of Learning PBE 16 Discover the science behind the learning process as it offers practical and effective movement-based solutions for ADD, hyperactivity, and other learning and behavioral challenges. Open to all. A
66 401 Brain Gym Teacher Practicum P 32 Designed for those who wish to develop and successfully teach Brain Gym in a class or private format. Provides instruction in theory, teaching methods, and procedures, and development of an action plan for achieving professional goals. Open to students who have taken Brain Gym 101 twice, 96 hours of electives (or 16 if using Core Curriculum), Optimal Brain Organization, 14 credits of Anatomy or Kinesiology (TFH counts), Edu-K In Depth, and have completed required case studies and balances. A
67 555 Dominance Factor Teacher Training DFTT 8 Participants learn to teach the 2-day Dominance Factor course, which incorporates information from the Physiological Basis of Learning, Dominance Factor, and the depth of the work especially as it relates to preferences and the gifts each person brings through their specific dominance patterns. Open to Licensed Brain Gym Instructors in good standing who have completed The Physiological Basis of Learning within the last two years and The Dominance Factor. A
68 556 Hands On Teacher Mentoring HOM 24 This 3-day Teacher Mentoring process supports Brain Gym Instructors to present the Hands On 2 day Workshop. Mentees receive a comprehensive workshop toolbox of materials, posters, handouts and music. During the 3 days, the detailed Instructor Supplement is clearly highlighted for easy use when teaching. In addition, outlines and support materials are received for smooth facilitation of the Hands On workshop. Prerequisites: Mentees must be Brain Gym Instructors and have attended 2 Hands On workshops – One of which needs to have been taught by a course author ( Isabel Cohen or Marcelle Goldsmith ). A
69 374 Integration of Conception and Decision ICD 24 Open to students who have taken Brain Gym 101. A
70 375 Integration of Pregnancy and Growth IPG 28 Open to students who have taken Brain Gym 101. A
71 376 Integration of Motor Development IMD 24 Open to students who have taken Brain Gym 101. A
72 371 Integration of Early Childhood Reflexes and Reactions IECR 24 Open to students who have taken Brain Gym 101. A
73 270 Kinesiology 4 Numeracy K4N 12 Unique math course for kinesiologists, teachers, parents and others who are interested. This course explores how to use the Brain Gym® tools to manage mathematics in daily life with confidence and self-esteem. It is suitable to use from through all the school years and beyond to adults in the work place. Issues covered include overcoming fear and anxiety, understanding number, telling time, money, memory for number facts and multiplication tables. Prerequisite: Brain Gym® 101. A
74 410 Language of Movement LOM 24 Deepen your knowledge of the Edu-K advanced balancing process and enhance your skills in this three-day course. An in-depth study of movements and postures as they pertain to learning abilities and brain function will be offered. New techniques for deeper relaxation and increased muscle integration will be explored, along with ways to increase vitality and body efficiency. Prerequisite: Edu-K In Depth: Seven Dimensions of Intelligence. A
75 104 Brain Gym® 26 Movements BG 16 Dive deep into the 26 Brain Gym® activities. Experience them in your body. Gain a better understanding of each movement, the philosophy behind the Brain Gym program, and how this knowledge can support your daily life routine. Open to all. A
76 411 Facilitator Practicum FP 8 This course teaches Licensed Brain Gym Instructors how to teach BG110 Brain Gym 26 Movements Facilitator Training. Open only to Licensed Brain Gym Instructors who, in the last 7 years, have taught BG104 and BG101 twice, a 3rd course of their choice at least once; and attended BG110. A
77 112 Hooking Up from Head to Toe HU 8 Brain Gym® for Little Ones This workshop, created by Lisa Marcovici and Michele Hebert, is designed for early childhood educators in daycare, preschool or kindergarten settings. During this one-day course you will discover the 26 Brain Gym® movements and their application in a daycare setting to enable children to return to a calm state and develop basic motor skills. The benefits of Brain Gym are presented in a simple and fun manner and are easily integrated into the daily routine. Through play and using games, self-awareness, stress management techniques, as well exploring the skills of noticing, concentrating, organizing and communicating are taught. A
Course ID Name of Course Course code Hours Description Status
wdt_ID Course Code Course Name Course Overview Course Duration
2 LEAP-FT 3 LEAP-Foundation Training 3 - Glial Cells (LEAP-FT 3) Integrating the Second Half of the Nervous System !
There are only two (2) cell types in the Nervous System – Glial Cells & Neurons.
While Glial Cells out-number Neurons by 40 to 100 times, it was believed they only provided a matrix and passive support for Neuron function, and Neurons did all the Neurotransmission! However, recent discoveries show that the Glial Cells – the other half of the Nervous System - are actively involved in Neurotransmission as well as Neurons!
In LEAP-FT 3 you will learn the Glial cells are involved in :
* forming the Blood Brain Barrier,
* Scarring
* Environmental toxins
* Memory
* Brain Immune system
* Brain Environmental regulation
* Brain tumors and imbalances in the brain
* Cerebral spinal fluid production/distribution & the cerebral spinal fluid brain barrier
* transduction of mental decisions into neuronal action
* nerve repair and wound healing,
* myelination in the Peripheral and Central Nervous Systems
* Hormone effects
* Emotional stress effects on Glial Cell Neurotransmission, and brain synchrony.
So, you can have 100% Neuronal Integration and little Glial Cell Integration or vice versa. Up to this point, LEAP had only been doing Neuronal Integration when both Neuronal & Glial Cell Integration is complete – you get some truly remarkable results not possible before!
4 days
3 LEAP-FT 2 LEAP-Foundation Training 2 - Survival Systems (LEAP-FT 2) This course delves deeply into the structure and function of the Brainstem and the primary systems underlying our physiological, psychological and behavioral function. It is these powerful brainstem systems that provide for our physiological homeostasis, physical and psycho-emotional survival, allow us to filter the relevant data from the sea of incoming sensory sensations swamping our nervous system. Each system is covered in-depth and how each system relates to our physical, emotional and mental performance. Learn more in-depth Acupressure Formatting to access stress and balance these important basal brain functions so important for our survival and learning.
Topics include;
* Introduction to Brainstem Anatomy & functions of regions including the Reticulating Activating System (RAS).
* Learn to format & balance Commissures;
- Anterior Commissure, Amygdala Commissure, Anterior Thalamic Nucleus & Hippocampal Commissure
* Understand how to work with Emotions-Trust & Appreciation & Fear of Failure/Success with the Commissures.
* The PVSS - controlling our behavioural and physiological responses to Fight/Flight and where we store past trauma and Deep Survival Switching.
* The 3 Pillars - taking Deep Survival Switching to a new level -integrating with Chakras and the Endocrine system to provide a stable physical and emotional structure.

LEAP FT 2 - Survival Systems is invaluable for all general Kinesiology & LEAP FT 1 students & practitioners to deepen your understanding & presenting issues in your clinical practice.

3 days
4 BI 3 Brain Integration 3 The neurology and function of the auditory and visual systems is covered in-depth including the neurology of hearing and vision. Auditory integration & pathways, visual integration & pathways, control of eye movement,, internal integration of sight & sound, visual & cerebellar integration of eye-hand coordination, physical body integration, brain integration exercises, and brain integration correction protocols. 6 days.
5 BI 4 Brain Integration 4 Covers the exciting and amazing memory systems of the brain. The neurology and function of all aspects of the Explicit or Conscious Memory System including the Reward and Punishment systems are covered in-depth. BI 4 also introduces a single Brain Integration Correction Protocol, allowing rapid correction of many aspects of learning and memory problems. Anatomy & physiology of the memory systems, hippocampus (reward & punishment / auditory short term memory / the senses), parahippocampus and long term memory, working memory, and review of brain anatomy and physiology 6 days.
6 LEAP Health - ELECTIVE LEAP-Health (old LEAP BI 5) Provides an in-depth understanding of the major Environmental Factors that may disrupt integrated Brain function, Health & well-being. Undertand the theory behind each Environmental factor and how and why they affect brain function, health and the Acupressure Formatting to access stress and balance each of these factors is provided.

Environmental factors and stress related to:
Hydration, Electromagnetic Radiation, Allergies, Sensitivities / Intolerances, toxins / Vaccinations; Diet and Nutrition to support optimum brain integration, Geopathic stress Candida and other parasites - all of which can affect our Brain function and general health status.
4 days
7 BI LL A&C Brain Integration Assessment & Correction Core concepts of the cognitive functions underlying academic performance, understanding perceptual-motor development, review of anatomy & physiology of memory systems, assessing and correcting auditory & short-term memory / visual short-term memory / visuospatial skills alphabet & numbers / writing, assessing and correcting reading as it relates to scotopic sensitivity / eusophoria / colored gel procedure / comprehension, assessing and correcting spelling / mathematics, and defusing negative attitudes affecting performance, learning, self-confidence, and self-esteem 6 days.
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9 LEAP-FT 1 LEAP-Foundation Training 1 - Brain Integration & Stress (LEAP-FT 1) A powerful start to LEAP providing you with an understanding of the LEAP Model of Brain Integration, an introduction to neurology, overview of structure and function of the Brain, learn how to work with the Amygdala the Sentinel of our Survival System, and unique to LEAP, is learning to uncover & resolve Survival Switching and Deep Survival Switching with Psychological Reversal and discover the Celestial Circuit, a totally unique LEAP procedure that was developed by Dr. Krebs, provides a broad-based balance of the energetic & brain structure and functions, integrating and balancing many areas of brain function in one balance.

Gain an introduction to :
* Brain structure and function
* Gestalt and Logic “Lead” functions
* The Amygdala Fear/Pain Control Circuit (our Survival Circuits).
* Deep Survival Switching – the cause of delayed language development, Psychological Reversals and Conflicts
* Blocked Corpus Callosum Pathways that can cause the loss of Brain Integration and affect our ability to resolve challenges rather than react to them
* Celestial Circuit – under stress, we sometime split off or dissociate so it can be difficult to locate imbalances. Aligns all our energy structures so we balance to a core, stable energy system

LEAP-FT 1 Brain Integration & Stress is a must for all general Kinesiologists to enhance your results in clinical practice.
4 Days
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11 LEAP-FT 4 LEAP- Foundation Training 4 - Mental & Emotional Modulatory Systems (LEAP-FT4) The cerebellum is as much an Emotional and Mental Modulatory Structure as it is a Motor Modulatory Structure.
Gain deeper undertansding on the Three Brain Systems that control our behavior and reflect the development of control systems for Survival at all three (3) levels of “survival.
Learn how the Emotional and Mental modulatory roles of the Cerebellum plays in brain function at both the mental and psycho-emotional levels.
Dive deep into Emotional Modulatory Circuits which are driven by subconscious Limbic areas such as the Anterior Cingulate Gyrus (ACG) and how it modulates the expression of "triggered” survival emotions (e.g., Fear or Anger) via “adjusting” the expression of their survival emotions to meet social-cultural “norms”.
Understand the pivotal role Mental modulation of survival emotions work with the Anterior Cingulate Gyrus (ACG) and Prefrontal Cortices, including the Dorsal Lateral Frontal Cortices (DLFC) on the ability to “think” and “reason”.

* The anatomy the Reticulating Activating System (RAS) and RAS nuclei and along their primary functions
* The RAS for maintaining arousal, vigilance, and waking consciousness and role in modulatory functions
* The Anatomy and Connectivity of the Cerebellum
* Emotional Modulatory Systems that modulate and regulate the expression of emotional experiences
* The Mental Modulatory Systems that modulate and regulate the expression of mental processing
..... and more!!

3 days
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2 101 Movement Based Learning: the Building Block Activities MBL This course offers an in-depth look at some basic patterns of neurological and motor development and is a good basis for further training in reflex integration such as Brain Gym® or rhythmic movement training with RMTi.

Participants will learn how to:
• do the seven Building Block Activities (BBAs)
• assess the needs of someone who is differently abled
• develop a program using the Building Block Activities
• evaluate the effectiveness of the program, and
• make modifications when necessary.

The Building Block Activities can be very effective in the learning or re-learning of natural, normal developmental movement patterns. Participants will leave the course with new skills that optimize learning and performance in all areas of life and they will find that these tools are immediately applicable in home, school and therapeutic settings.

This course provides excellent applications for a variety of mental and physical challenges including and yet not limited to, autism, cerebral palsy, attention deficit disorders, dyslexia, Angelman’s Syndrome, Down Syndrome, speech impairment, brain injuries, blindness, deafness, impairments caused by strokes, epilepsy and/or developmental delays.

Open to all.
3 170 Brain Gym for Special Needs Providers** SP This 32-hour experiential course provides an in-depth study of how to use Brain Gym® with children and adults, with specific adaptations for those who have special needs or are differently-abled. These modifications will aid parents, teachers, caregivers and health professionals in their work with people who have special needs.

There is emphasis on how to determine which Brain Gym movements/activities to use by looking at the needs of the child/adult through the lens of the three dimensions of learning. Participants will learn how to assess the needs of the child/adult, develop a program to meet those needs, evaluate the program, and modify as learning and growth occurs.

Participants will leave the course with new skills that optimize learning and performance in all areas of life and they will find that these tools are immediately applicable in home, school and therapeutic settings. This course provides excellent applications for a variety of mental and physical challenges including and yet not limited to, autism, cerebral palsy, attention deficit disorders, dyslexia, Angelman’s Syndrome, Down Syndrome, speech impairment, brain injuries, blindness, deafness, impairments caused by strokes, epilepsy and/or developmental delays.

Open to all.

**This is a course in the Brain Gym curriculum and is required to become a Movement Based Learning Instructor.
4 401 Movement Based Learning Teacher Training MBLTT This course prepares the participant to become a Licensed Movement Based Learning Instructor who is authorized to teach MBL 101: Building Block Activities.

Prerequisites: MBL 101, MBL 170
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