Tummy time, rolling over, standing, walking, running, even writing, sticking the tongue out, riding a bike, all of these movements require the pelvis to be completely successful.
The pelvis is central to all the movements we make, so whether you want to initiate movement or improve movement, work on the pelvis.
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Using Things that Create Pelvic Restrictions for Extended Periods of Time Can Be of Serious Detriment to Your Childs Short and Long Term Development.
Also, think about things that you use as an adult that restrict the pelvis. You can...
How is your child's spine?
Many of you coming to Movement Lesson™ have a child that has developed or is at risk for developing Scoliosis or other back problems.
When you teach the spine to move through gravity in all directions, it can significantly alleviate these developing problems.
Felipe is one of the top Movement Lesson™ Practitioners in the world.
All the children love him because he is a big kid himself, and parents love how he teaches.
He gives a different perspective and is a great resource when it comes to enhancing your practice of ML™ in the home.
Here he offers great insight on how to work on the spine.
Take 5 to 30 minutes today and practice what he teaches you here.
Schedule a Zoom or an intensive with him today. YOU WILL LOVE IT!
If you want to go a step further, do this simple spine lesson with Michelle.
Disclaimer - Movement...
What if you offer a Movement Lesson at least once after a diaper change.
They’re already position on their back, a perfect opportunity to work on that weight transfer and pelvis.
This could be a great time to bond with your baby because as we all know a Movement Lesson feel-good all the time .
Movement Lesson™ is a unique therapy method that offers newborns, children, and adults opportunities to experience functional movement that they might not be able to initiate, stimulate or enhance through their own abilities.
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There I go into a variety of exercises that you can do to help your child move better.
If a child does not have the ability to express mature vision at this age, it is a sign that they will start to have (or are experiencing) deviations in movement development.
Deviations in movement development can lead to developmental delays, if not addressed.
That being said, in my Cognitive Vision Training, I show you how you can identify your child's movement deviations that are being caused by their immature vision.
Then I show you how to start teaching your child mature vision skills.
Typical children, like the girl in these pictures, who haven't fully developed their mature vision have a short attention span, and it's hard for them to focus on things for long periods of time.
Back Exercise #1 - The Video Above
Here I show you a technique you can do on someone who has scoliosis or for someone who has back problems.
I call it the Hanging Technique.
This technique helps to not force a movement but initiate movement.
You are not going directly to the spine but you are initiating movement on the spine.
This helps extend the spine allowing for more movement and counterbalance to happen within the spine.
Back Exercise #2 - The Video Below
Tiptoe walking or "toe walking" is a sign of a child's inability to transfer their weight from the heel to the toe. (We would call it a typical heel-to-toe walk.)
It's natural to want to force the heel to the ground using casts or shoe inserts to create a typical heel-to-toe walk.
But as I always say, "With force, you get force, and with rotation you get movement."
A number of things can interrupt a child's ability to weight transfer through the foot.
Things that could cause toe walking are:
What's more important than the causes of toe walking is for you to note that your child has an inability to weight transfer through the foot.
The transitional skill that is lost here is the child's or person's ability to start with flat feet, go up on their tiptoes, and then bring the heels back down to the...