Playing with a Ball and Movement
The Beginning of Falling and the Quality of Movement in Infants
Is your child having difficulties or delays coming to all fours? Do you want to understand why your child isn't crawling? Michelle Turner, Movement Specialist, shows you some of the things to look for in your child to help them move more efficiently.
Michelle Turner, Baby Expert, discusses a key foundation in movement at the 2 month level. ATNR is a functional developmental movement pattern that is required for the pre-crawl milestone. The second video is https://youtu.be/r-lYmVAHyRk
Redirecting Autism & ADD in Infants
Michelle Turner, baby expert, talks about key signs of Autism and ADD as developmental movements in infants. Working on movement in infants creates neurological changes that can change their lives.
How does your baby start to learn? Through their sub-senses! A typical response to the opposition to gravity is the initiation and the response to all the sub-senses of balance, counterbalance, gravity (succumbing and opposing), rotation, temperature, acceleration, pain, proprioception (kinesthetic sense) and spacial orientation.
Michelle teaches on thoughts for specific rotation through the chest cavity and functional movement. Notice as the young toddler crosses midline in many parts of her body.
Michelle Turner, Movement Lesson expert, demonstrates how you can work with your child who is having trouble rolling over due to arching and hyper-extending their back.
Understanding Coming to all Fours
Surgery for Children with Special Needs
Michelle Turner, creator of Movement Lesson, discusses how a baby learns how to fall and the initial movements of the pelvis that can lead to complications like 'W' sitting or advanced movements of rolling around.
Michelle Turner, creator of Movement Lesson, shows you how to do play therapy while your child is rolling around.