OBO201 Optimal Brain Organization

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  • 2 Days Course - OBO
    April 2, 2016 - April 3, 2016
    9:00 am - 5:30 pm


Venue Phone: 03-4149 7977

Venue Website:

Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


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  • 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

Discover the concepts of hemispheric specialization, identification, and balancing to facilitate whole-brain learning. Open to students who have taken Brain Gym®101.

What happens to your brain (and your ability to function) when you experience stress? How fully do you use your brain for:

    • Reading
    • Math
    • Writing
    • Communicating
    • Motivation
    • Memory
    • Relating to others
    • Other life activities

What’s happening neurologically as people experience?

    • Reading difficulty
    • Lack of organization
    • Lack of motivation
    • “Lost” in daydreaming
    • Poor memory
    • Odd pencil-grip for handwriting
    • Learning frustration
    • Reverse flow in letter formation
    • “Lazy eye”
    • Negative attitude
    • Poor comprehension
    • Jerky, stilted oral reading

In this course you will…

    • Learn to assess adults’ and  children’s brain organization profiles
    • Discover your own brain  organization profile
    • Understand the effects each  profile has on learning style
    • Relate the organization  profiles to specific challenges in reading, writing, hearing, vision, motivation and social skills
    • Give new meaning to “right  brained” and “left brained” — and other misunderstood  labels
    • Understand aspects of  handwriting and whole body movement in relation to brain  organization
    • Identify and learn the  importance of different organization profiles
    • Incorporate the tools of  brain organization profiles into your Edu-K  balances and  more!