The next component of the OMNI-Program™ is Omni-Motion™. This is another exciting product for FYI, and yet another way to truly make a difference in people’s lives.
“I purchased the OMNI-Motion™ program for my daughter, Heidi. She struggled with Math, and was always clumsy as a child. She was never top of her class in physical activities or sports. After completing the OMNI-Motion™ program she demonstrated to her Grandmother how she could balance on a soccer ball on one foot while reciting her eight times tables, backwards! After what we had been through, it brought me and my Mom to tears” - Julia – Mother of Heidi – 8th grade.
OMNI-Motion™ consist of a program of prescribed sensory motor development activities used to improve foundational brain circuitry and learning. The OMNI-Motion™ program is performed at home under the supervision of a parent or guardian. The program consist of fun, action packed activities that Target, Stimulate and Challenge the specific brain circuitry that is under developed. Performed in an open room individually or in small groups, your child or children are engaged and active throughout the course of each session. Simple equipment is employed, basically consisting of a simple balance beam, a small trampoline, a twisting board and a balance board. This is an excellent forum for your child to interact with their siblings or friends as a group. It is an excellent way to develop deficient foundational brain circuitry, while developing social interaction skills and having fun!
To prove its effectiveness, the OMNI-Motion™ program was administered to actual school childen in a real school environment, approximately 17,000 students in all. This gave FYI the opportunity to apply, test and perfect the product, while scientifically proving its effectiveness in real life situations! We also proved to ourselves that we COULD make a real difference in the lives of the Children, Parents and Teachers who participated in the program.
OMNI-Motion™ is designed to Target, Stimulate and Challenge the brain’s foundational circuitry until those areas demonstrate that they are capable of smoothly and quickly performing the required task. These exercises will help to improve or integrate the circuitry between the major lobes of the brain.