- Developmental milestones including: fetal movement, nursing, head control, eye-hand coordination, rolling, circumduction, belly crawling, quadrupedal crawling, sitting, kneelsitting, kneelstanding, half kneelsitting, half kneel-standing, squatting, standing, cruising, walking.
- The sequence of development that allows the infant to progress through each and all skill levels during its developmental process.
- Patterns of movement that inhibit more integrated skills from developing.
- Facilitating integrated movement skills and inhibiting patterns which limit full development.
- Offered by:
Moving Within - Lorane, Oregon, Lorane, Oregon, United States
Infant Developmental Movement Education, Somatic Movement Education Program
- Minimum course length:
5 days, 35 class hours
For further information about this course, including registration, tuition, and venue contact Moving Within - Lorane, Oregon.
The period from intrauterine life through approximately 12 months of age is an extraordinarily formative time for humans. Our basic movement patterns emerge in utero, are present at birth, and develop through the first year of life. It is during this time that we build the groundwork for our movement and perceptual skills and pass through the milestones by which we mark our development This course includes: