DD105 Double Doodle Play

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  • 1 Day Course - Double Doodle Play
    May 4, 2019 - May 5, 2019
    5:00 pm - 1:00 am

Venue:  

Venue Phone: 03-4149 7977

Venue Website:

Address:
Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Description:

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Trainer

  • Yu Chiet Cheng
    Mr Cheng Yu Chiet has the opportunity to gain valuable hands-on learning experience in Brain Gym® from Miss Cecilia Koester (author of ‘Interfacing Brain Gym® with Children Who Have Special Needs’), Miss Moira Dempsey (co-author of ‘Movement that Heals’ and co-founder of Rhythmic Movement Training International), Mr Henry Remanlay (International Faculty Member of Indonesia), Glenys Leadbeater (International Faculty Member of New Zealand) and Miss Kay McCarroll (International Faculty Member of the United Kingdom), Educational Kinesiology/Brain Gym(R) International Foundation, as well as other dedicated and well-known instructors.

About The Course

Double Doodle Play: A Window to Whole-Brain Vision

Using various art media, participants explore how to use the Double Doodle and other activities from Brain Gym® and Vision Gym® to enhance visual perception and artistic expression. Experience the relationship between visual skills, hand-eye coordination, and creativity in this hands-on workshop. Learners of any age can benefit from it. This open-to-all workshop will allow you to discover

  • Your own innate ability to draw and paint,
  • New ways to connect with colour, shape and movement,
  • The informative nature of the design process,
  • The mystery of co-creative drawing,
  • A new way to journal your experiences,
  • Joy, ease and serendipity in creative expression!

Learn how the following abilities affect reading and fine-motor skills of a child:

  • Crossing the visual/kinesthetic midline
  • Binocularity for working in the midfield
  • The internalization of early development movement
  • Spatial awareness and depth perception
  • Self- perception as it regards movement and tactility