Hidden Key to Sensory Issues--Innate reflexes and rhythmic movements

If you want to help your child develop better sensory processing, health and well-being, this presentation is for you. Learn why neurodevelopmental movement is a hidden key for resolving sensory issues, anxiety, learning issues, speech challenges and much more. In this engaging presentation, with videos, visuals, supporting research and case studies, Sonia Story will give deep insight into the importance of the innate reflex and rhythmic movements and why these neurodevelopmental movements are critically important for all ages. Learn how these enjoyable, easy-to-learn movements can help your child be free from a "fight or flight" existence and free from sensory discomfort. If you have already tried a sensory diet and/or reflexes, this presentation will surprise, delight, and offer hope. 


Sonia Story

Sonia Story developed the Brain and Sensory Foundations course to meet the enormous need for effective help with sensory, learning, speech, trauma and anxiety issues. She designed the Brain and Sensory Foundations course to give parents and professionals the most accessible, comprehensive and impactful tools in innate reflex and rhythmic movement. Sonia Story is certified as an instructor of Rhythmic Movement Training and was taught by Harald Blomberg, MD, and Moira Dempsey, authors of the book, 'Movements That Heal’. Sonia draws from over 12 years applying these life-changing tools with children, teens and adults and from a wide variety of Neurodelopmental and Integrative Movement methods, including: RMTi, MNRI, QRI, Bal-A-Vis-X, Brain Gym, Developmental Movement, Hannah Somatics, and Touch for Health.


Sonia teaches these profound movements to parents, OTs, PTs, SLPs, educators, mental health therapists, and caregivers, and her company, MovePlayThrive.com is an approved provider through the American Occupational Therapy Association. Her Brain and Sensory Foundations course is recognized with the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapists. As a parent, Sonia is acutely aware of the challenges parents face and she loves sharing these transformative movements with children and families.