Crawling shapes the Brain!
Great for dancers, movement educators, and athletes! Also for brain injury repair
Built upon primitive reflexes, crawling wires the nervous system for success.
- Learn the developmental map that underlies optimal movement
- Provide significant help to infants.
- Repair patterns from a difficult birth, premature birth, or C-section
- Interrupt “scooching,” “army crawling,” or asymmetrical use of limbs.
Writing Is Clear, With Useful Illustrations And Pictures From Conception to Crawling is a must gift for new parents! A wonderful gift to all of us who are interested in re-patterning imprinting from early trauma. “The concepts and exercises she presents are readily available and tremendously useful.” – Raymond Castellino, D.C., R.P.P.
Customer Review from Amazon
“Annie Brook is adding another important voice to the field of developmental awareness. Her Book, From Conception to Crawling, brings to the foreground the consciousness that emerges when we enter int developmental history in present reality.”
– Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen
Founder of the School for Body-Mind Centering
Detailed Product Description:
5” x 8.5”
©Copyright 2001, reprinted 2010, 2017
From Concept to Crawling is a manual designed to positively impact that critical period in our lives when neurological patterns are developed.
What you will learn:
- How to repair and support child, infant, and adult movement patterns by knowing the alphabet of movement
- The joy of having a “baby manual” where movement is valued as baby’s first language
- Tips for parents to enhance brain development
- Practice ideas with clear picture demos for easy understanding
- Ways to meet an infant at their level of movement
- New ideas of what is important in early development and why
Not Just for Infants
Excellent for people with head injuries, and to help older children do better in school.
What People are Saying About This Book:
“Developmental movements reflect as well as hold memories of trauma and shock. This wonderful book and the available videos tell how parents and professionals can systematically guide a person through to the other side, healing shock in the process. I recommendit highly.”
– William R. Emerson, Ph.D.
“Annie Brook’s new book, Form Conception to Crawling, is a wonderful gift to all of us who are interested in re-patterning imprinting from early trauma. The concepts and exercises she presents are readily available and tremendously useful.”
– Raymond Castellino, D.C., R.P.P.
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