After retiring from my teaching career for 34 years and as a Penolong Kanan Pendidikan Khas at Government schools, I have discovered more and more ways to help our students.
I hope that you will take the opportunity to attend some of the movement based learning programs to understand better why so many of our students behave differently than what we desire.
Understanding how our brain works help us to better understand our students too and provide the best support they need to be their best they can be. I would like to recommend the Brain Gym courses, BAVX and Rhythmic Movement Training programmes for all our teachers and students.
We would also be delighted to visit your school and present a 1.5 hours introductory workshop to your teachers. Some of the schools that we have visited including:
- SJK Confucious KL
- SK Bandar Sri Damansara 3
- SMK Section 5
- College Taj Ipoh
- SK Taman Midah
- SK Taman Maluri
Let’s learn with moving to achieve a better future for our students. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
– Pn. Ngiam Lian Ai
My son was diagnosed with autism when he was about 3 years old. We travelled frequently to Kuala Lumpur from Sibu to seek help for him. He went through numerous therapy sessions with established speech therapist, occupational therapist, music therapist, psychologist and others. We eventually moved to Kuala Lumpur as we found that there were more therapists here compared with Sibu. When my son was 12 years old, he started having mood swings. When he was angry, he would “attack” us, especially the maid. He would pull our hair, squeeze and scratch us.
My mum then told us about the Breakthru Enrichment Station (BEST Centre). I was at first sceptical about enrolling my son there considering the distance from our home. In August last year, I finally checked it out. My son, then 14 years old, joined the afternoon cooking session. Within a month, he was able to join the full-session of Learning Breakthru and Homeschool Guidance Programme. Within six months, he started eating vegetables and other food/fruits, instead of fried stuff. He was calmer and a lot less angry. We noticed an amazing change in him. My daughter, who is studying in Singapore, also noticed much improvement in her brother. For the first time, he initiated a conversation with her by saying “How to play?” when he wanted her to show him how to play a piano gadget on her i-phone. Another occasion was when my son asked “New car?” when he saw our new car. Even, he is able to remember the Car’s registration number. Also, he always requested: “I want to play computer game”
We are so thrilled that he is making an effort to communicate with us. We are happy that we found BEST Centre. It is well worth the time spent travelling daily from Seri Kembangan to Danau Kota, Setapak for the sessions.
Hereby, we wish to express our sincere thanks to M/s Phoebe Long & all Teachers for your utmost teaching & learning programmes in your BEST Centre. God Bless you all.
Mr. & Mrs. Chiew
My husband and I learned that our daughter has mild autism when she was 3 years old. Now she is 10 years old. When she was seven years old, we noticed that she was deteriorating in her lessons and had developed behavioural problems.
We sought help from Phoebe of Breakthru Kids. In three months, my daughter showed improvement. When Phoebe started BEST Centre last year, our daughter continued with her Breakthru learning and home school guidance.
I also attended the Brain Gym (R) 101 International Certificate Course. I’m calmer and more positive in my outlook now. Brain Gym is a useful course for me and others, too.
During the Chinese New Year last year, our relatives were impressed by my daughter’s ability to read and spell difficult words. They noticed a lot of changes in her. This Chinese New Year, my daughter again impressed our relatives. She helped with our Penang reunion dinner preparations by cutting the vegetables. Even when everyone had finished and it was late into the night, she was still eager to do more. She also wrote down a list of things that she would like to do. My mother-in-law was so touched that she saved the list. I see light in my daughter’s future better now.
We have invited Moira Dempsey to conduct RMT Level 3 and FPR for us in Malaysia this year at our centre (BEST Centre). The schedule is CONFIRMED as below:
For more benefits of RMT, you may refer to the international website.
RMT Level 3
22 & 23 April 2011 – 9am-5.30pm
24 April – 2.30pm-6pm,
25 April – 9am-1pm
Breakthru Enrichment Station (BEST Centre)
70-2, 2nd Floor, Block H, Platinum Walk
Jalan Langkawi, Taman Danau Kota,
53300 Kuala Lumpur
Download flyer and registration form below:
Please download the registration form and email a scanned copy to email@example.com. You may contact Phoebe Long +60123292681 for enquiries. Seats are limited.
Since the 1980s, the field of Educational Kinesiology (Edu-K)- the study of movement and its relationship to learning – has touched people of all ages and cultures. It demonstrates that, when the neuropathways for movement are fired, they activate and connect the whole brain in the synergistic way necessary for growth and change.
In the spirit of true education, we in Edu-K do our best to accept ourselves as individuals with unique challenges and great potential. We seek to meet ourselves where we are, honour that place, and stay open to learning at our own pace, for our own intrinsic worth. As a participant / student of Brain Gym (R) courses, you will now have a perpetual opportunity to move through the rich landscape of your own sensory integration. As you rediscover the physical skills involved in your personal/child/students’ learning process, you’ll realise how each one of us is engaged in lifelong odyssey of growth.
We are pleased to inform you that our next Brain Gym courses have been scheduled commencing 2 April 2011. Summary of the training are as follows:
2, 3, 9 & 10 April 2011 – Brain Gym Workshop (English)
from 9am-6.30pm on 2nd and 9th April (Saturdays) and
from 2pm-7pm on 3rd and 11th April (Sundays)
Each class is limited to 12 participants only. The next BG101 course will have to wait until June 2011. We look forward to your participation.
Please email all completed registration forms to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 012-3292681 for further enquires.