The related scientific research information for Memory Enhancement Program ( Midbrain Activation ), please refer to the following website:
American Scientist: Blind Man Walking – by Alison Abbotthttp://www.americanscientist.org/science/pub/blind-man-walking-
BBC:Blind man navigates maze–by Helen Briggshttp://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/7794783.stm
New York Times: Blind, Yet Seeing: The Brain’s Subconscious Visual Sense – by Benedict Careyhttp://www.nytimes.com/2008/12/23/health/23blin.html
University of Maryland researcher Masato Yoshizawa found a Mexican Korea fat carp (Astyanax mexicanus), they can take advantage of the pineal photoreceptor visual, when after Yoshizawa pineal body excision, he discovered that the blind fish no longer has the response to the light, this discovery had demonstrated directly the pineal body also has eye’s function. Yoshizawa M, Jeffery WR (2008). Jan. 18 in the Journal of Experimental Biology.
To improve confidence and self – esteem of children through participation in vigorous activities.
Brain Coordination Exercise and Mental Exercise to link the coordination and synchronization of left and right brain by using kinesthetic movement to understand the importance of practicing good breathing.
Audio and Visual Stimulation using Smart Wave System (SWS) to activate brain’s potential (thinking).Audio-visual stimulation is also the foundation to EQ and creativity enhancement.
Using creative imagination techniques to stimulate of a child. To enhance concentration ability (to benefit the child at school and daily activities)
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