Creative Movement classes have been proven to offer many important benefits for a child’s well-being. It has positive impacts on personal development, academic learning, mental health, creativity, social skills, as well as physical health. It encourages self-motivated learning, develops more self-reliance and self-discipline, boosts self-confidence and self-esteem, and generates a positive body image. Creative Movement classes has been shown to improve mood/behavior, develop a longer attention-span, and teach self-control. It offers coping strategies and releases tension for managing stress.
Creative Movement classes also have a positive effect on the brain and its capacity for learning. It helps to develop language skills, encourages clearer thinking, and develops vital brain and body connections.
Additionally, Creative Movement classes offer physical exercise, generate stronger bones and muscles, and help in coordination, balance, flexibility and spatial awareness. There is only benefit for the physical body – and there is no limitation to what type of body can participate.
Socially, it improves the capacity for listening, cooperating, and leadership skills, provides a sense of belonging, builds respect, and improves communicating and problem solving skills.
Classes are taught using different types of music and props to encourage and facilitate all aspects of a child's development.