DIDACTIC GROUP S.E.L.L.
Learning the observation of movement and the execution of motor tasks with variable cognitive input (multimodal association). Equifunctional lateralisation, promotion of socialisation and cooperative dynamics, education on rules, respect for roles.
Learning of the basic notions of topographic anatomy, self-discovery of the body, imitation of postures and movements.
MEMORY SEQUENTIAL MOTIONS MSM
Development of Working Memory and of the necessary attention processes for its use.
VISUALISATION – EYE OF MIND
Recovery and increase of eidetic memory, development of visuospatial Working Memory, development of imagery.
BODIES MIMICKING SHAPES BMS
Interpretation and representation of shapes through the body.
TRANSLATING POSTURES AND MOVEMENTS TPM
Imagery, consolidation / refinement of mental representation of postures and movements, refinement of proprioceptive, synesthetic, vestibular sensitivities.
EXPRESSIVE ANALOGUE METHOD
Use of analogies and metaphors for the symbolic representation of postures and movements and for the consolidation of their aesthetic and dynamic aspect.
DYNAMIC POSTURAL METHOD
Development of the mnesic systems (memory of movement), improvement of basic motor skills schemes.