Struggling with poor reading, focus and concentration, or anxiety and falling behind in school? That’s are our specialty! Using neurodevelopmental movements, we help your child get caught up to grade level quickly. It’s so much fun, your child will ASK to do them!
Ages We Work With
We work with kids of all ages. One surgeon had us work on her twins, herself, and her husband’s grandmother—that’s four family members and THREE generations! You can read her testimonial on our website home page.
Clients Have Overcome:
- Oppositional Defiance
- Obsessive Compulsive Behavior
- Aggressive Behavior
- Severe Anxiety
- Sensory Processing Disorder
- Sound Sensitivity
- Difficulty Expressing Ideas
- Speech Delays
- Coordination Challenges
- Poor Handwriting
- Sleep Issues
- Primitive Reflex Problems
- Atypical Learning and Behavior Challenges
We adore helping kids with cerebral palsy, Aspergers, and a wide variety of other difficult-to-diagnose developmental delays.
Don’t Have a Diagnosis?
No problem! We offer a Root Cause Assessment to determine if primitive reflexes are sabotaging your child.
Kids LOVE our program, so it’s easy to get them excited about it! And it takes less than 20 minutes per day!
Reading Speed Study
Students participating in a controlled study in a public school special education classroom got triple the gain that kids getting one-on-one reading intervention got. The control group gained 12 words per minute reading speed, while the kids participating in the study gained 37 words per minute—and had a ball doing it!
Why This Is Our Passion
Having turned our own lives around using this movement-based method, we are devoted to helping kids avoid having to suffer through what we did, and give them a totally new future—without all the struggle. Most parents aren’t aware that this is even possible, but our clients will attest that the impossible can be achieved! And it’s FUN!
Susan Phariss is a neurodevelopment specialist, mechanical engineer, author and speaker. She was the resident brain expert on Great Day Green Country and Tulsa Live for two years. She’s been seen on all the major networks. Paul Phariss is a neurodevelopment specialist, author and speaker and has educated and entertained millions of people on the Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS, ESPN and PBS. They are authors of Have a Ball Learning, a step-by-step workbook for parents to help kids increase reading speed and coordination.