What happens in a NeuroMovement® Lesson?

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During a NeuroMovement® lesson, the practitioner gently leads the student through specific movements which  are determined based on the individual's needs. For the student, the process is neither fully active nor passive, but rather a combination of both. While the practitioner may be physically moving the student's body, they are always looking to do so in such a way that the student is a part of the movement. They may participate by either doing certain movements on their own, or by attending to the feelings and sensations in their own body as the practitioner provides the movement. The student's attention and focus to their own experience of movement during the lesson is vital to the brain noticing differences and making new connections.