In this episode, neuroscientist and movement expert Jessica Groves-Chapman helps us explore movement, its role in our life, and the interactions of movement, cognition, confidence, lifestyle, and emotion. She gives us insight — in theory and in practice — into living a more balanced, connected life.
-her fitness and movement journey
-how parents and teachers can be “movement models” for children and can teach them to judge risks and know their limits
-how parents and teachers can find time to move and exercise
-the interplay of work stress, emotion, background, movement, exercise
-how we can all find the courage inside ourselves to be better and overcome obstacles
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