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Is My Baby At Risk for Autism? Yes or No - 10 Signs in Babies for Early Detection of Autism Risk

Autism in Babies

These babies are not at risk for autismWhy? Watch the video and look closely can you see these three things? 
1 - Belly Bump hug. They are able to greet with their bellies. Pubic bone strike and belly crossing midline to their target. A development that starts with proper rolling over.
2- Vision - not only do these guys have eye contact, but they also have peripheral vision. They ‘work’ the room.
3- Balance - they are not concerned about their space, up and down, as they mingle around each other.

10 Signs in Babies for Early Detection of Autism Risk


If you are feeling concerned for your child's development, always talk to your Pediatrician. 

While you are working with your doctor there are early intervention techniques you can start now to improve your child's developmental path.


5 specific ways autism in...

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Why a Baby Needs to Learn Balance and Counterbalance - Super Baby Secret #8

What does it mean when I say, "It's important for you baby to learn how to move?"

Many babies learn movement naturally, but when a baby's movements are restricted due to too much swaddling,  too much car seat time, etc.; or due to premature delivery, NICU time, or a child's condition or disease.

The baby misses out on important, natural, movement experiences that aren't even on the milestone charts used by Doctors and Pediatricians. 

These natural movement experiences are crucial for your child experiencing the most natural development they are capable of, typical or atypical. 


In a baby, there is no such thing as a bad movement.

So the question is, why is your baby moving like he or she is? 

How do you know if your baby's movements are natural or telling you that you need to be concerned? 

That's where Movement Lesson™ comes in.

You can know from day one if you need to be really concerned, moderately concerned, or mildly concerned...

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Is Crying Good For Baby's Lungs? - Is It Good for Babies to Cry?

Super Baby Secret #6: Every Super Baby needs a healthy, strong cry.


Super Baby Secret #7: "Crying is a Babys' Language for Needs, Hunger, Sleep, and Comfort"


Crying in Babies 

"The human body uses all forms of kinetic energy in rotation or in/out organization."
"The sudden thrust of gravity and intake of oxygen is equal by the release of gases immediately upon birth.
"One of the most obvious examples of this in neonate’s processes is the act of crying.
"The assumption that the initial organization of sound is for the communication of hunger, sleep, and soiling creates a false security of infant intelligence that is not capable of a response.
"Just the act of exhibiting various levels of sound is a crucial indicator of movement for action in later life as seen in power spectrum density curve using Welch’s method, which is used for calculating the power of a signal-like sound at varying frequencies [16].
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Home Exercises I Can Do for Special Needs - Alternative Solutions To or With Your Current Therapy

This is What Can Happen with Consistent and Daily practice of Movement Lesson in Your Home.

Up until a month ago, to help my daughter be upright and "walking"‍, it required someone to hold her and crouch over while she moved her legs in a walking motion.
Life started out pretty rough for her, and bandaids and syringes were her play toys because they were light enough for her to pick up, hold, and play with.


Movement Lesson™ Offers Hope for Your Child's Progress and Development

This is something I never expected to see.

I knew that because of Movement Lesson, her body had the movement input of walking. 


Here is a video of her first time in the walker and playing the piano on her own. 


It's been 4 years since I started ML with my daughter.
When she got in this walker and took off like she had been doing it all of her life, and because of Movement Lesson she had been.
The actual...
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SPML, SPML Surgery - Before and After Care - Clinic and Home Exercises

SPML - Selective Percutaneous Myofascial Lengthening

SPML is a surgical procedure that aims to lengthen certain muscles, or to reduce tone in the muscles.



  • Before/After - SPML and Movement Lesson
  • SPML and Movement Lesson Care
  • Testimonial from Mom
  • Day 1-14 Post SPML Surgery - Clinical Care Exercises
  • SPML + Movement Lesson™ Success!
  • 4 Weeks Post-SPML Surgery - Jumping on the Trampoline
  • SPML Question by Parent
  • SPML Answer by Michelle Turner, Movement Specialist
  • SPML Response by Parent and Movement Lesson Practitioner, Savithri
  • Did You Know This About SPML and Posture?


BEFORE/AFTER - SPML and Movement Lesson


SPML and Movement Lesson Care 

Here is a wonderful, seven-year-old boy before and after his SPML surgery. 
He came to the Movement Lesson clinic for a three-week intensive prior to his surgery. That resulted in him only needing the left leg done with a cast.
The right leg needed just a little.
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Typical vs Atypical Child Development


From the first few days of life, you can identify where a child does and does not cross midline.

When a child lacks midline crossing, it will cause delays in milestone achievement or stop milestone development.
From the first few days of life, you can completely change your child's future with the Movement Lesson™ Midline Evaluation and the Newborn Movement Assessment.
Often parents find me when their child is 5 to 6 months old and the child is not rolling over.
While genetic, trauma and bone structure can prevent this milestone, more often than not, the reason why the child can't rollover is that the child can't cross midline in all midline points of the body.

Movement Lesson™ is the only alternative solution that teaches parents how to recognize, evaluate, and initiate midline crossing in all parts of the body.

These points include the head, chest, spine, shoulder, elbows, hands,...
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Diagnosing CVI - 3 Tips to Working with Cortical Visual Impairment

From being deathly sick, legally blind, CVI, MR, autism, autoimmune failure, over 20 surgeries, his goal was to say ‘Mom’ at the age of 4. Tonight he was inducted into the National Honor Society. You are here thanks to him! Love 💕 son Graham.

CVI can be a complex diagnosis.   

First, you need to understand the structure of your child's eye and if you need to be working with other factors of the eye other than CVI.

Take my free course to understand more about this. Click here,  

Next, you need to understand how the eye works in relation to movement and development.

Watch my free webinar on 10 secrets of CVI, VISION AND MOVEMENT,

Last, start learning about the secrets of CVI and home solutions to working with your child's CVI and possibly their other vision challenges,



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The Power of Improving Movement by 1 PERCENT DAILY

What do 1%, a bicycle 🚴‍♂️, an airplane✈️, a tractor🚜, and Movement Lesson have in common?

The biggest challenge I see parents having when practicing this modality is knowing WHY when they are not sure exactly how Movement Lesson is affecting the body.
So I hope this video helps you understand WHY I am encouraging you to practice Movement Lesson every day or as consistently as you can.

 Instead of thinking "HOW DO I TAKE THE TIME FOR...?" think, "WHY DO I TAKE THE TIME FOR...?"

Hi, my name is Erin Fulks, I am a Movement Lesson Practitioner and I work with Michelle Turner.
In this video, I share part of my story of WHY I learned Movement Lesson and WHY I continue to do it even though I am a mother of 5 young children, two with special needs, I have all my home responsibilities, and I work full time.
It's easy for me not to do ML if I think HOW I am going to do it that day.
When I think of WHY, my perspective and my...
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How to Help Your Uterus Recover After Pregnancy

uterus recovery Nov 19, 2021

One of my specialties is uterus integration.

Many surgeons incorrectly sew the uterus forward, to the belly, versus allowing it to shrink back towards the spine and back pelvis.
Complications that can arise from an incorrect restructuring leads to a higher level of postpartum depression and serious postpartum fatigue.
Not to mention the inability to have a natural birth from this point forward.
Knowing how your stomach wall and pelvic floor are structured prior to delivery and discussing this with your surgeon is very important.
It can change the way you move for the rest of your life.
Schedule an in-office appointment with Michelle for Movement Lessons for Uterus Recovery after pregnancy, miscarriage, or surgery. 
Click here to see payments for appointments,
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How to Improve Movement on a Daily Basis with this Assessment Process

The ONE THING you need to know to help your child have IMPROVED MOVEMENT on a daily basis!

Give your child a daily movement assessment to identify where rotational movements are lacking in the body.
When rotational movements are lacking in the body, then milestone movements are delayed or don't happen at all.
After doing a 1-minute movement assessment on your child, then do a 5-15 minutes Movement Lesson to start putting rotation back in the parts of the body that have the least amount of rotation.

When you do this you improve...




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Again, start seeing your child have little successes on a daily basis by practicing this modality for 5-15 minutes daily (more time is always great, but sometimes as busy parents and caregivers that's not an...
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