The Maze of Learning:
Developing Motor Skills
Fit 2 Learn is a social enterprise company that combines research and advice to all people on how they can achieve their potential through good control of their own basic physiology. We believe that everyone can move beyond coping strategies and use all their senses and motor skills in a coherent, efficient manner to learn and to live calmly. Once people have achieved motor sensory integration it is important that they maintain those skills for life to maximise their health and all round well-being.
Fit 2 Learn has expertise in the areas of: motor skills; sound processing skills, using Tomatis sound therapy; visual skills; and how these skills inter-relate through games, puzzles and physical activities. Further, how trauma of all kinds can impact on skills development.
Melina Healy is a University lecturer, Clinical Sports Therapist and Tomatis Practitioner; she is a Director of Fit 2 Learn. Currently she lectures at Bedfordshire University and has developed courses and lectured at the Italian College of Osteopathic Medicine. She works with athletes and sports teams of all levels both nationally and internationally; additionally she runs her own clinic and works in association with Daleen Smith and Charlotte.
Charlotte Davies is a Director of Fit 2 Learn. She originally trained in Finance, but then moved into teaching when working in the Far East. She holds the National Professional Qualification for Headteachers and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Through Daleen Smith she came to understand the link between child development and cognitive skills. In 2012 she founded Fit 2 Learn; and subsequently trained as a Tomatis Consultant. In 2016 she won the prize for best case study at the Tomatis Paris Convention.
Daleen Smith is the owner of CVT Ltd (2003) and a Director of Fit 2 Learn. Daleen is originally from South Africa. After completing a degree at the University of Pretoria, South Africa she did visual training with Elsa du Plessis and still works with Elsa du Plessis and Stephani Loots (Visual Development and Learning Centre, Pretoria). In 2000 she came to the UK and worked at a Pupil Referral Unit in Peckham until 2003 when she founded CVT Ltd. She subsequently trained in 2012 as a Tomatis sound therapist in Paris. She works with a variety of clients: learning difficulties, special needs, ASD, ADD,ADHD and brain injuries e.g. stroke or accident related. She has clients who travel internationally to receive the therapy.
As an adult dyslexic, Tomatis and Charlotte Davies’ complementary therapies have changed the way I view and interact with the world. Life is so much more enjoyable now.Tamasine Kimber
MOTOR SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
It includes development from primitive reflexes to full bi-lateral integration.
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The ability to make sense of what is heard and not to be overwhelmed by sound. We sell products proven to improve a person’s sound processing, click the links below to be taken learn more about each product and purchase.
Forbrain®, the wearable technology that provides sound therapy for those that struggle with sound processing.
Pronounce®, the wearable technology that accelerates English language learning for second language speakers.
SCHOOL AND GROUP PROGRAMMES
Move4Words – a daily, whole class/group movement programme
Soundsory – a daily sound programme for groups or individuals
In Service Training days – tailored training days for schools and other professionals to build expertise in human development and how it can impact on learning, behaviour and emotional well-being.
Achieving motor sensory integration at the highest cognitive level to the point where a person can use all their senses together to read for meaning or to solve any problem.
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