Brain gym movements is used to connect both brain hemispheres (right and left), with the final aim of improving the brain functions, balancing the effects of daily stress and tension and, helping one reach an optimal state to help them stay in shape, to think, learn and concentrate at any time.
What is the brain Gym program?
The Brain Gym® program is made up of 26 activities, along with several other movement-based techniques that help address balance, posture, and coordination skills associated with daily life success. Synchronize your system for better comprehension, focus, organization, communication, and emotional health.
Is brain Gym scientifically proven?
The researchers analyzed more than 132 published and peer-reviewed papers often cited by brain-training companies and proponents as evidence that the practice is effective. They found that all of the published studies fell short of best practices when it comes to conducting scientific research, Simons said.
Who started brain gym?
Gail E. Dennison Dennison and Gail E. Dennison were the educators who created Brain Gym™ in the 1970s. Originally, the Dennisons were looking for more effective ways to treat children and adults identified as learning disabled. They began to experiment with using physical movement to enhance learning ability.