Movement in the first year matters! Movement and brain development go hand-in-hand, and early movement experiences influence the rest of our lives.
With this post, I’d like to point you to a film in the making that involves some of my colleagues, “The Moving Child.”
Their intro video is here (themovingchild.com), and check out more info here.
As they point out, “statistics show that not only are children not moving enough, they are not moving in the ways they need to move from early infancy onward.”
Let’s get our beautiful children unstuck!
And, it’s not just about them, it’s about us too. Our children are an invitation for us to reconnect with ourselves–with our own well-being through healthy movement.
Here are some of my related blog posts:
The Importance of Measuring (Or, The Importance of Not Propping in Sitting, Standing, and Walking)
Trust Nature: Each Milestone is Important
Exersaucers and Seats for Babies–What’s Best for Baby’s Health?
Cute! But Functional? Clothing Baby for Optimal Movement
Eliza Parker is a certified Infant Developmental Movement Educator®, Aware Parenting Instructor, Body-Mind Centering® Practitioner, and Feldenkrais® Practitioner.