Movement is the Key to Learning

Nerve networks are formed through movement and touch. Reading a book requires subtle eye muscle movement just like kicking a ball requires large motor movements. Explore the physical skills of learning by experiencing Brain Gym processes and exercises. Be amazed at the difference intentional movement makes in one’s ability to focus, remain centered and think rationally. (2 hours)


KCF II.D: Promoting Physical Development
CDA II: Steps to advance children’s physical and intellectual development

At the end of this training, participants will be able to:


How learning occurs via the Dynamic Brain model via the sensory system, to emotional system and then up into the the thinking brain.


Specific physical movements and interpret their effects on learning.

When can I take this course?

This course is not currently on the schedule. However, I am ready, willing and able to meet your needs. Please email me your name, course title, and 3 days/times. I will get back to you with possibilities.

I appreciate movement more and how it effects learning and reading.


Cindy’s relaxed talk keeps my attention and reminds me to help slow down kids. This would benefit parents!
Infant Teacher

International Faculty Cindy Goldade brings a playful, yet balanced, whole brain approach to her teaching. As an interactive adult educator and homeschooling mother, Cindy lives and breathes this work every day. She brings a lot of online teaching experience to this course.