Testimonials

    Comments from previous participants...

    "I felt I came away with so many ideas and eager to put them into practice"

    "Thank you for a great day, full of so much information - all relevant and useful"

On the Internet:

Brain Gym International

‘The Brain Gym International website has much useful information. Click on the ‘Learn More’ icon to read archived Brain Gym Journals from 2000, published quarterly, and to access summaries of research. Practitioners and Edu-K courses throughout the world are also listed.

Brain Gym Australia


The Brain Gym Australia website has up to date lists of Australian Instructors and courses.

Hearts At Play: Move, Learn, Bloom


This wonderful website is facilitated by the founders of Brain Gym, Dr. Paul Dennison & Gail Dennison. It too has much very useful information with regular posts of articles about movement-based learning.

Books:

Brain Gym® Teacher’s Edition

Revised by Paul E. Dennison, Ph.D. & Gail E. Dennison, Edu-Kinesthetics, Inc., Ventura, California,1994.

Essential reading – Describes each of the 26 movements in detail, including the history of the movement, variations and how they assist the learning process. Book is included in the cost of the ‘Brain Gym® in the Classroom’ and ‘Brain Gym® 101’ courses.

Smart Moves: Why Learning Is Not All In Your Head

Carla Hannaford, PhD., Great River Books, Salt Lake City, Utah,1995.

Carla Hannaford, biologist, author and educator gives an excellent and readable explanation of the physiology of Educational Kinesiology and the Brain Gym® movements.

Educate Your Brain

Kathy Brown, Balance Point Publishing, USA, 2012.

Kathy’s book is one of the best I’ve read for giving an overview and explanation of what Brain Gym is all about. A highly recommended book.