Organizing the Back of a Child with Special Needs
Michelle M. Turner giving a Movement Lesson.
Do you or your child have movement issues such as: cerebral palsy, scoliosis, brachial plexus injury, carpal tunnel syndrome, stiff neck, etc.
Does your child have sensory problems, autism or other special needs?
Would you like to improve your skills faster?
Are you wondering if there is more that you could be doing for yourself or your child?
Have you been told that there is little or no help for you or your child?
Did you know that you and/or your child could increase range of motion, flexibility and efficiency in movement?
“After hearing about this technique, I brought my two children to California to have this work done. After witnessing the amazing results first hand, I became a practitioner so that I could help Arizona families in need,” said Michelle M. Turner, owner of Movement Lesson.
“The Anat Baniel Method is the best modality that I have found to help children achieve goals and develop beyond expectations."
Please call Michelle to schedule the appointment that is going to change your child's life at 602.909.2565.
No one plans on having a family member succumb to a life with disabilities. It’s an entirely different world than normal life and often times it’s a cause or sickness that others find hard to understand. At Movement Lesson, Michelle M. Turner, an Anat Baniel Method Practitioner, uses gentle touch and movement to enable the child with special needs or a learning disability to improve physically, mentally and emotionally. This method provides children with experiences that give them an opportunity to upgrade their nervous systems.
Special needs children are particularly receptive to the application of this method. Each child is unique and will benefit from my personalized approach to address his or her specific needs. Through a series of gentle, enjoyable movements, your child will display noticeable improvements in motion and awareness of his or her body. The Anat Baniel Method has been proven to decrease pain, increase mobility and improve cognitive functions and communication skills. Michelle M. Turner at one of the Free Children's Clinics that she has throughout the year in Phoenix.
Michelle M. Turner at one of the Free Children's Clinics that she has throughout the year in Phoenix.