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  • Rhythmic Movements

    Rhythmic movements in Kinesiology mimic the movements infants make in the early months after birth to integrate reflexes, laying the foundations of development, posture, learning, emotions and behaviour. Widely used in occupational therapy, these movements can help with learning difficulties, ADD, ADHD, anxiety, depression and sensitivity to light, touch and sound.