Thank Goodness We Have Tools

*Please note- this blog post was written during my time at Brain Fit Academy Inc. I have since continued this amazing work under my own company- Brain FUNdamentals LLC. I hope you enjoy!

It’s June 2020. Unfortunately, these words are commonplace right now:




Remote work & school.


Thank goodness we have tools.  I have tools.  My son has tools, the clients I work with (and other Brain Fit Coaches work with) have TOOLS!

No- not tools like hammers, and saws.  

Movement tools.  

Movements and strategies, and ways to handle stress.

Movements that help reorganize the brain and body for success. Movements that help us to move through a stuck thought, or a stressful moment. Movements that help us to focus, and to enjoy the moment, and to be resilient. Movements that help a difficult time be not as difficult.

Until I became involved in Brain Fit Academy, I never realized how such simple movements could be so powerful.  Simple movements combined with goal-setting and “noticing”.  Noticing changes such as noticing subtle differences in thoughts, actions and movement of our bodies. 

Simple movements.

Powerful movements.

Where do these movements come from? At Brain Fit we pull from different modalities- such as Brain Gym®, Primitive Reflex Integration and Rhythmic Movement Training.  Simple, but powerful movements that make changes. 

Movements that (even in the midst of a pandemic) have helped us:

  • Focus before we sit down to work or school 
  • Sleep better at night
  • Reduce our stress levels
  • Reduce tension in our bodies
  • Prepare us for what is to come

I don’t know how much longer this pandemic will last, or what the fallout from it will be- 

But thank goodness we have tools.

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