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KCPA Fall Conference: Bal-A-Vis-X
KCPA Fall Conference: Bal-A-Vis-X

Sat, Oct 21


Redeemer Fellowship Johnson County

KCPA Fall Conference: Bal-A-Vis-X

Balance Auditory Vision eXercises for brain and brain-body integration.

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Time & Location

Oct 21, 2023, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Redeemer Fellowship Johnson County, 9143 Haskins St, Lenexa, KS 66215, USA

About the Event

8 hours of CEU's

Balance Auditory Vision Exercises is a series of about 300 exercises, created by Bill Hubert, long-time educator, that are deeply rooted in rhythm and based on precise physical techniques that anyone can learn and implement with their students and clients immediately.

Bal-A-Vis-X is School and Classroom Friendly

Running, walking, swimming, and biking all provide rhythmic, repetitive movement. Bal-A-Vis-X is an intentional form of patterned, repetitive, rhythmic movement that is based on precise physical techniques that anyone can learn.  The BAVX exercises can be implemented in individual, small group and large group configurations. The exercises become increasingly more challenging in small incremental steps.

Bal-A-Vis-X Supports Trauma Informed Care

BAVX  provides a safe, rhythmic, predictable, relational sensory experience.  The exercises incrementally become more challenging allowing the participants to experience predictable, moderate, and controllable amounts of stress which leads to resilience.

Bal-A-Vis-X supports Social Emotional Learning

Social Social-emotional learning in schools is often limited to a series of lessons included in a curriculum.  These lessons are valuable and much needed. #BalAVisX provides a platform for students to physically practice the social-emotional competencies that have been identified by CASEL. The competencies include self-awareness, self-management, responsible decision-making, relationship skills, and social awareness.

Bal-A-Vis-X Supports Executive Function Skills

According to the Center for the Developing Child at Harvard University executive function and self-regulation skills depend on three types of brain function: working memory, mental flexibility, and self-control. Learners who demonstrate competency in these skills are often more ready to learn which leads to higher academic achievement. The exercises in the Bal-A-Vis-X program provide the opportunity for students to physically practice these skills in partner, small group, and large group configurations.

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  • Registration + Starter Kit

    Starter kit includes: book/manual, bean bags, and balls for you to keep.

    +$5.63 service fee
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