The first time you try imagery (visualization), it’s helpful to have a skilled facilitator or practitioner walk you through the process.
Visualization for kids sports:
PARENT: Find a relaxing place to sit or lie down. Breathe in and out (pause). In and out. Gently close your eyes and allow your body to relax.
Parents or coaches can use this visualization for any sport. Improve your child’s vision.
Even young kids can benefit from visualization. Young or older, the key is to practice DAILY—at home or at your sports activity.
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The vision therapists at Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center have created a list of great educational toys and activities for kids of various ages and abilities.
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The Binocular Vision, Perception and Pediatric Optometry Section of the American Academy of Optometry released a position paper titled, “Optometric Care of the Struggling Student: For Parents, Educators and Other Professionals.” Access the full paper at http://bit.ly/17uoVCw.
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