Developmental Movement

Engage in primary movement patterns to improve flexibility and strength

What is Developmental Movement?

Developmental Movement involves lying down, crawling, sitting and standing in the movement stages experienced from 0-1 years old to promote greater flexibility, coordination and strength. For stages that have been skipped (i.e. skipping crawling to go to standing), it can be helpful to return to these patterns. Developmental Movement works with systems of the body and reflexes, including the organs and integration of reflexive patterns.

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Developmental Movement (viewed in Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen’s Basic Neurocellular Patterns)

"The process of embodiment through these developmental pathways allows us to experience more the fullness of our being and our ability to move through life with greater ease, flexibility, confidence and understanding".

Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen

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