Our programs offer health care providers an affordable option to improve physical performance and brain function. We have developed programs to help people deal with the effects of aging, diabetes, ADD and brain injury.
Our Movement Skills Program is a science based, age appropriate sequence of exercises that develop proper fundamentals and a healthier and more active lifestyle. Ideal for PE, camps, after school programs, and more!
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What our Clients are Saying
St. James Council on Aging
In January, the “Get Fit” program was extended to the clients at the senior centers to teach them balance through Movement Academy. On Tuesdays and Thursdays an instructor from Movement Academy goes in and works one-on-one with the seniors to help them improve their balance. Two of the clients, a 60 year old and a 71 year old shared with the center coordinator how their health was improving. They went on to say that they can control their balance better and the exercises help them to feel more energetic during the day.
Sue Won Narcisse
Iroqouis High School
Sometimes the students are tired, sleepy and with problems, that result in a poor academic achievement. They are in need of that first start to charge their battery and make them have attention to the class. With ... Movement Academy, we were connected and enjoyed those first minutes of the class.... They really liked it and wanted to continue the exercises.
The benefits are for both students and professor, because they start the day in a positive way and you can see that motivation in the class. I believe that it is important that their body and mind be prepare to facilitate their academic achievement. We give them the correct techniques to move their body .... The program explains each exercise, tips and a video of each exercise.... I give it thumbs up.
St. Cletus Catholic School
What I like about using LTMA is that it gives me some exercises and movements to supplement my lessons. On a daily basis I have incorporated several of the Phase I exercises into the class warm up routine. Some movements I use once a week because of time constraints ( I only see students twice a week), I do less when I wish to have team competitions during the class and not just skills work. The students seem to enjoy the movements for the most part. Of course the younger the students, the more willing they are to participate in something new. I plan to incorporate the movements from Phase II into my lessons just like I did with Phase I movements.
Physical Education Instructor
Christ Episcopal School
Learn to Move Academy’s program has provided our PE teachers with a year-long schedule of exercise protocols that include lesson plans to teach students fundamental movement skills. The curriculum includes age appropriate programs for students from grades K-9, although only students in grades 6-9 are so engaged this year at CES. We incorporated the program because of the myriad of benefits this program provides to our students and the convenience of the program for our teachers. As we begin our second year of association with Learn to Move, we believe the program has benefited our students and has improved the quality of our PE program for those students who have participated.
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Learning the proper fundamentals of movement allows people of all ages enjoy a more fit and active lifestyle. Our science based program utilizes technology to teach physical literacy skills and improve neuroplasticity through physical exercise – for people from 6 to 96.