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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
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1 BI 1 Brain Integration 1 A workshop introducing the overall structure and function of the brain and major cortical integration as well as the major commissures of the brain and the integrative pathways necessary to maintain Brain Integration, along with Acupressure Formatting to access stress in these structures and balance their function. BI 1 also introduces the concept of Survival Switching and Deep Survival Switching and their relationship to the function of the Amygdala that controls our Fight or Flight Reactions along with the Acupressure Formatting to access stress and balance the factors underlying this Survival Switching. Indeed, many of the problems we find difficult to resolve in our lives, including Learning Problems, are a direct result of this Survival Switching. This workshop also introduces the LEAP® Model of Learning why we have Gestalt and Logic “Lead” functions not Right and Left Brains. 5 days.
2 BI 1b Brain Integration Glial Cells Includes 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, 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. 3 days.
3 BI 2 Brain Integration 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, maintain our orientation in space, and control our posture and movement. Each system is covered in-depth and how each system relates to our physical, emotional and mental performance. You are also introduced to the Emotional and Mental Modulatory Circuits of the Cerebellum that modify your behavior in survival and socially oriented ways when not disrupted by various stressors. Again, there s in-depth Acupressure Formatting to access stress and balance these important basal brain functions so important for our survival and learning. 6 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 BI 6 Brain Integration 6 Provides an in-depth understanding of the major Environmental Factors that may disrupt integrated brain function. The theory behind each factor and how and why they affect brain function 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 and brain integration; candida and other parasites. 4 days.
7 BI 5 Brain Integration 5 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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