Brains in Motion

Our Mission: To equip educators, students, and adults of all ages by providing integration of body & mind through intentional movement programs that enhance learning, brain performance, and quality of life.


Presented by: Dr. Bruce Perry author of The Boy Who Was Raised As A Dog

The Neurosequential Network has developed a set of training courses to help school counselors, administrators, teachers and support staff utilize the NME (Neurosequential Model in Education) with the children they serve.

The Introduction to NME includes five, 60 minute recorded sessions led by Dr. Bruce Perry. All sessions are recordings of previously conducted live sessions. Recordings will be viewed as a group followed by a 30-minute discussion period.

The series uses everyday classroom challenges with real children to introduce emerging concepts related to brain functioning, brain development and traumatology in everyday educational settings.

The focus of each session is the presentation and discussion of a student during which the concepts of the NME are introduced. Each session has a didactic, mini-presentation on a specific topic.


Wednesday, April 17, 2019     Wednesday, April 24, 2019     Wednesday, May 1, 2019           Wednesday, May 15, 2019       Wednesday, May 22, 2019

6:00pm – 7:30pm 

Cost:                                                       1-time fee of $25 per participant

Register/Pay online:  

Dinner: Participants are welcome to bring food with them and/or order food to eat while viewing the video.

Click button to register and pay online. NOTE: One registration is for all 5-evening sessions of webinar. Calendar will ask you to select a date and time for your appointment – select anything.

Experience in both healthcare and education has inspired a collaborative development of a daily curriculum that improves body systems and learning. Brains in Motion provides a meaningful, deliberate, and movement based program building better eye movements, bilateral body understanding, and confidence in students social and academic selves. Our whole-child approach inspires greater visual motor control, better eye-hand coordination, and improves academic scores in reading and math.

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2450 Van Ommen, Suite B
Holland, MI 49424

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Office : 616 298-7773
Cell : 616 510-4564

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About Us

Jacque Groenendyk


M.S. Kinesiology: Developmental Motor Control, Michigan State University
M.A. Middle-Level Education, Western Michigan University

Jacque studied Developmental Motor Control at Michigan State University and looked at the impact of movement on brain development and the learning process. She combines experiential education, natural development, and movement through Bal-A-Vis-X and Brain Gym to provide an insightful and rewarding experience for those who work with children.

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