In this fascinating, info-packed episode, neurodevelopment specialist Janet Oliver joins Melanie and Michael go discuss Montessori-based and neurodevelopmental insights into human growth, development, learning, behavior, and physical and mental function — and how many things we take too much in isolation are connected holistically.
-Janet’s background, career, and interests
-human neurodevelopment basics
-the importance of “tummy time” for babies — and the adults they become
-the deep importance of holistic thinking
-how movement when young has profound influences on our biology, lives, and social behavior as adults
-the importance of the Moro reflex to breathing later when we are adults
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