Marlies Zoll

Brain Gym

Brain Gym has been developed by Paul and Gail Dennison's work in the 1970s in their search for more effective ways to help learning disabled children and adults. It consists of a number of exercises, the Brain Gym movements, which are said to create new neurological pathways in the brain and activate it for optimal storage and retrieval of information. Brain Gym is part of Educational Kinesiology which is a form of Applied Kinesiology.