Our littles need opportunity, time, and space to build foundations for a thriving future. Movement drives the way they interact with and learn about themselves, others and the world around them. The basic foundations of movement are there, but they need lots of practice with just a tiny bit of guidance and a ton of variety, opportunity and time. When our toddlers and preschoolers move and play freely with one another and us, we witness the wheels turning, experience the closeness of connection, and feel their love and confidence growing.

Join me to see, appreciate, and gently guide how our littles move and what they need to build foundations for better learning, improved brain and body health, and stronger relationships.
Through playgroups and classes, outings, private coaching and consultations, and if necessary, therapy, you will have the tools and the support you need to help your littles move more and better.

Physical Therapy.

When your newborn lies on his stomach and practices lifting his head, it prepares him to explore the world on his own. "Tummy time helps your infant build strength in his back, legs, arms and neck," says Joanne Cox, M.D., a pediatrician at Children's Hospital Boston. "This helps with further development, such as rolling over and sitting."