October 21, 2017

First day of Challenges today, Bisley Yurt, Bisley 4pm. A great outlet for children to have fun, to move and not worry about winning or being picked for a team. This is about their fun and love to move 

October 21, 2017

What is Weighted Therapy?

Weighted therapy is the use of weighted products to apply weight and deep touch pressure (surface pressure) to the body stimulating the proprioceptive sense enabling those who are “sensory seeking” to relax, focus and have a greater awareness o...

October 12, 2017

October 8, 2017


Does your child or someone you know have one or more of the following Challenges?

Dislikes change




Difficulty interacting with children of own age

Constant state of inner stress

Outbursts of anger and frustration

Manipulative or dominee...

The embryo, the nervous system and the reflex....... What is becoming more and more apparent, and really if you think about it, not really surprising, is that the brain is the body and the body is the brain or the mind. At the embryonic stage, 5/10 weeks, amazingly the first cells have begun to form the nervous system, the heart, face, arms and legs, sexual organs and muscles and movements. Once the nerves and muscles start working together, the baby can start making conscious movements Going back to the first part of the embryo to be formed, the nervous system. This coordinates the actions by transmitting signals to different parts of the body. We have two main parts, the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. The central nervous system consists of the brain and spinal cord whilst the peripheral nervous system consists of nerves which are enclosed bundles of long fibers called axons, they connect the central nervous system to every part of the body. Nerves that transmit signals from the brain are called motor and the nerves that transmit information from the body to the central nervous system are called sensory. A reflex is an unconscious movement that the body carries out. This movement helps with survival and development. These vital reflexes assist with the birthing process, help the newborn adjust to life outside the womb and help build the foundation for motor and cognitive skills. In a typical child, most of these reflexes will integrate or transition to mature responses within the first year or so. This occurs when the central nervous system develops.

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