A wonderful mix of brain gym exercises, yoga, music, sensory and messy play to support your little ones brain, physical, cognitive and sensory development. During the rolling block sessions we cover specific brain gym and yoga moves that aid the development of neural pathways in the brain plus aids brain organisation and coordination.
Music stimulates all parts of the brain and plays a really important part of early years learning and development. Singing rhymes helps to aid language development, even more so when you are looking at your baby and they are able to see your lips move as you sing the songs. A young child can sing or hum a rhyme before they can speak a sentence of words.
Sensory and messy play is very beneficial for a baby/young child's development. Messy play provides an exciting sensory experience that enhances creativity, exploration and inspires curiosity! It helps to practice concentration and encourages communication and language skills as they try to communicate their findings to you and supports independent play. Sensory play plays a huge role in building nerve connections in the brain. It helps your baby's cognitive development, encourages fine and gross motor skills development. Sensory also helps to encourage thinking and problem solving.
•Enhances bond and communication between parent and child
•Put motor skills in place for reading and writing
•Stimulates all the senses
•Helps to aid balance, co-ordination and brain development
•Enhances memory and language skills through singing rhymes
I incorporate scarf peekaboo games, bells, maracas, tapping sticks, finger puppets, messy play, musical play & share, sensory play for full sensory stimulation with a lovely bubble chill out session at the end. Suitable for babies aged 6 months too early walking (early walkers are welcome but please call for a chat about suitability and expectations before booking).
All in venue classes have resumed adhering to government guidelines.
Early Years and Children's Yoga will resume from June'21.
I'm currently working within U.K. government lockdown guidelines