You can find calm, clear-headedness, ease, efficiency and creativity. All you ever need is inside you waiting to be connected up through Brain Gym movements and activities. Built on the study of movement and its relationship to learning, Brain Gym movements prepare the brain and nervous system for optimal performance. It is a practical and learnable process for bringing fresh thinking and real success to fruition.
What is Brain Gym®?
Brain Gym is a gentle and energising program of movement designed to release tense muscles, improve brain and body communication, create a state of active relaxation, and improve concentration, organisation and co-ordination. Brain Gym movements prepare the brain and nervous system for optimal performance. They are ideal for anyone undertaking a learning activity
Brain Gym movements and activities are lively and fun to do, and have been shown through years of field studies, research reports, and clinical experience, to teach us the physical skills needed for success. Brain Gym enhances performance by promoting efficient communication between the brain and the rest of the body, increasing enjoyment and creativity, and alleviating stress.
What can Switch-On at Work help you with?
This program is tailored to suit you and your workplace, so you can choose from these topics.
- Mental clarity
- Stress release
- Thinking of creative solutions to work problems
- Reading efficiently
- Adjusting to change
- Decision making
How does it work?
When the neuro-pathways for movement are triggered, they stimulate and connect the whole brain enabling us to access more of our potential. When we are in this resourceful state it is much easier to think, understand, and come up with new ideas.
What do participants say?
The participants at CPA Congress 2008 NSW, at Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, rated the content of presentation: 4.54, and presentation skills: 4.58. The key rating criteria were 5 = excellent 4= very good.
I can deliver a one-hour presentation or a half- or full-day workshop, depending on your needs. to discuss your needs and arrange a presentation or workshop at your next conference or in-house training or professional development session.