Early Movement Education

View the Results : Parental Satisfaction Evaluation

“35 % of children in the United States enter public schools with low level skills and motivation making them at substantial risk for early academic difficulties and failures.”

  • These same youngsters are also deficient in the basic gross motor and fine motor skill required for academic development and proficiency;
  • The vast majority of at risk preschool children are reading below national averages.


  • Provide a positive and motivational “kid friendly” environment;
  • Uses gymnastics and movement to help children develop strength, flexibility, balance, and coordination
  • Εnhances the cognitive learning, improved language, gross motor, and social skills of the developing young mind;
  • Expose children to sensory motor training to increase self-confidence, focus, concentration, listening and verbal communication skills;
  • Design early movement exercises that demonstrate benefits to optimal brain development
  • Improve reading readiness skills through gymnastics;