Hello and welcome!
I look forward to helping you on your journey toward connecting to the deep innate movement potential of your baby and/or your adult self. Please click below and sign up for a FREE Intro. Warmly, Nancy
Family Sessions For Parents and Babies
Family sessions (caregivers welcome) are a wonderful way to discuss and discover new strategies to help your baby achieve cognitive, gross and fine motor developmental milestones. Here are a few areas we can work on together toward successful outcomes:
enjoying tummy time
lifting his or her head with ease
rolling from back to belly and belly to back
grasping and playing with toys,
sitting, crawling, standing, walking and the transitions necessary to get there
developing competent self-image
Group Classes for Parents and Infants
Group Classes consists of:
3-4 babies with their parents and/or caregiver. Group classes offer a way for me to teach what I teach in private lessons to several families at once.
learn from other babies and adults
experience new touch techniques and guided movement sequences.
help your baby's brain to develop and grow.
use proprioceptive touch to map your baby's body image in their brain.
All of these new experiences lead to discovery of new possibilities and ultimately allows your baby to reach important gross and fine motor milestones.
Adult Private and Group ATM Classes
Currently, there are no adult classes being given. Check back at a later date. Thank you.
Private One-To-One Online Verbally Guided Sessions
"This program has helped me as a first time parent to really understand the learning process babies go through to connect mind to movement. Being able to help my baby along to achieve these milestones has been an amazing journey"
"I do a lot of squeezing and he loves that! It's because of these sessions, he's become more aware of his body"
Nancy Gayle Judson GCFP, MS
Nancy has been in private practice since 2009 as a Feldenkrais Practitioner when she received her certification. Currently, training in The Chava Shelhav Child'Space Method, She expects to be fully certified by June 2022. She holds a Masters degree in Early Childhood and Elementary Education from Bank Street College in NYC and and an Undergraduate degree in dance from the University of Illinois. For 15 years she was a movement specialist in schools, both public and private in NYC and the Hudson Valley, for young children.
Nancy Gayle Judson