The Anat Baniel Method®

The Anat Baniel Method®  (ABM) or Neuromovement uses movement and nine principles to change the brain. Movement is not only physical. The flow from one state to another is movement. Change is movement. Thinking, feeling and emotions are movement.

The Anat Baniel Method® / NeuroMovement® is a transformative science-based  approach that creates new possibilities for both children and adults.

For more information: ABM website

ABM guides the brain to organize its processes more effectively.  The brain's upgraded organization opens new possibilities where previously there were few.

Changes can be physical and emotional they can occur in movement, focus, executive function, sleeping and eating patterns... possibilities are endless.

Anything that the brain controls can change with an improved brain. Relying on neuroplasticity The Anat Baniel Method®  helps shift limits imposed by genetics, pain, habits, stroke, aging, ... It allows greater physical and emotional freedom.

Who Can Benefit From the Anat BAniel MEthod® ?

Neuromovement moves you beyond pain and limitations. Whether you are in good health or have a limiting diagnosis ABM Neuromovement can dramatically enhance physical, cognitive, emotional, and creative performance.

The Anat Baniel Method is effective for pain relief and rehabilitation from brain injury, stroke rehabilitation and other kinds of and traumas .

ABM can improve mind and body and and help regain flexibility and strength strength lost due to ageing.

For Children

For Adults

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder including Asperger’s
  • Sensory integration dysfunction
  • Developmental Delays
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Down’s Syndrome
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Strokes - Brain Injury
  • Genetic Disorders
  • Learning Disabilities
  • brachial plexus injury, infant torticollis
  • Congenital defects
  • Brain trauma
  • Scoliosis
  • ...
  • Chronic Back pain and sciatica
  • Joint and nerve pain
  • Chronic pain from injuries and accidents
  • Balance and coordination issues
  • Limited movement and stiffness
  • Recovery from injury or surgery
  • Occupational or repetitive strain
  • Symptoms associated with aging
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Brain injury & Stroke recovery
  • Scoliosis
  • Anxiety, PTSD
  • MS and Parkinson’s disease
  • ...

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