Brain Plasticity Science Provides the Foundation for NeuroMovement®
Brain plasticity science is the study of how brain change happens and the outcomes that take place as a result of this change. According to Dr. Michael Merzenich, the “father” of brain plasticity science:
“Gray matter can actually shrink or thicken; neural connections can be forged and refined or weakened and severed. Changes in the physical brain manifest as changes in our abilities.”
For example, when you learn a new skill, your brain changes, and new neural pathways are created. In the same way, if you begin forgetting things, it means that the neural pathways connected to those memories have been weakened or do not exist anymore.
Using specialized movements and practical techniques that tap into the power of your brain to change, Anat Baniel has developed what she calls NeuroMovement® and the 9 Essentials. This Method and these tools are based upon brain plasticity principles. View the supporting research for NeuroMovement.