An article in The New York Times explores how color and light influence well-being in a variety of circumstance; from prison cells to neonatal units, coal mines to classrooms.
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When you breathe deeply and teach your child how to do it, it creates calm, which is part of the relaxation process.
This represents a DevelopmentalModel of Vision. The outer circle represents the life activities that are important to your child: school, work, coordination/sports, play, relationships and success in life. A strong foundation is required upon which to build.
This activity emphasizes relaxing, breathing, quiet, safety and fun…great for kids…great for adults.
Thanks very much to the faculty and students at SCCO for collaborating with #COVD on a wonderful, exciting Tour de Optometry visit.
KW, 19 year old female, suffered from #headaches and #lightsensitivity for years.
I felt calm, centered, and completely capable. It was also a great moment of team connection.
Sports preparation starts with working on your own personal preparation. If you play on a team, next is to bring yourself—strong, powerful, and confident—to the team. If you’re a coach, the next exercise is an example of using visualization with the team. Coach: Think of a time when you and the team played a big match: when you were […]
1. Sit in a comfortable place where you won’t be interrupted. 2. Relax your body and take several long, slow breaths. Use belly breathing if you’d like…
The first time you try imagery (visualization), it’s helpful to have a skilled facilitator or practitioner walk you through the process.