Einstein once said, “Nothing happens until something moves."
Movement is an essential element to both life and brain health.
Without it, life is unthinkable says human neuroplasticity expert, Anat Baniel.
She's written many books on the topic and helps people reshape their brain, through movement. Check out the show notes: http://highintensityhealth.com/166
In this video, Anat shares some new ways to help both the very young and old learn new skills (and preserve brain function with age). In this interview she discusses: -Why variability, not repetition, accelerates learning -How movement with attention creates new connections in the brain -Practical tips to drive positive brain changes and induce neuroplasticity -Why clapping and rewarding children’s behavior may slow learning Check out the show notes: http://highintensityhealth.com/166 Support the podcast: http://theautismintensive.com