Respect, humor, creativity, and movement unite the brain, body, and emotions,
allowing children to learn new information efficiently.
Reflexes are movement patterns we experience in the uterus, in birth, and in the first three years of life. If certain reflexes are fully integrated, these movement patterns are replaced with sophisticated neuro-networking to enable the development of higher level skills and help children access their brain with ease. If these reflexes are not integrated, a child remains stuck. The brain does not continue to develop or create neural networking between various parts of the brain until  these reflexes are integrated. For any child who is struggling in school, this is where permanent change begins. It is most likely a lack of reflex integration that is causing a child to struggle with school. Once these reflexes are integrated, learning will become easier.

With love and acceptance from adults around them, children dissolve trauma through release, movement, and heart connection. By responding to all experiences as an opportunity to heal, adults keep the channels open for children to find their way of healing themselves. To maintain love and acceptance for your child, we can nurture ourselves regularly and bravely, clearing away our own emotional congestion. All children yearn for love and acceptance, including the child in us.


Learning from the Heart

Educators, Yoga Instructors, Caregivers: Click here for Learning from the Heart Certification Training

Click here for Reading and Writing from the Heart Tutoring


Click here for YouTube Channel where you can find how to do therapeutic exercises      

Learning from the Heart is a place for children and families to grow together as they experience ways of using the brain more efficiently, and discover ways of dealing with stress.

Reading, writing, math, spelling, and handwriting are improved through exercises that open up pathways in the brain. Although this is a great experience for children with dyslexia, ADHD, dyspraxia, and autism, it can be beneficial for anyone who understands the value of movement. Students, who are already doing well academically, learn how to apply themselves more efficiently in school.

Learning how to deal with stress is addressed in Learning from the Heart, through Kundalini Yoga, meditation, and reflex integration. Tools, developed and added to over the years by children and parents, are passed onto families who want to practice these techniques at home.

Learning from the Heart shares tools with families for the following challenges:

  • allergies
  • anxiety
  • attachment issues
  • autism
  • breathing difficulties
  • bullying
  • depression
  • elective mutism
  • fatigue
  • fear in groups of people
  • focus
  • handwriting
  • an immune system that is weak
  • insecurities
  • learning challenges
  • math (techniques for learning multiplication math facts addressed)
  • memory
  • motion sickness
  • numbness, or a sense of isolation
  • reading (foundational skills addressed)
  • relationships
  • sensory overload (sounds, lights, smells, tight clothing etc…)
  • shyness
  • sitting still
  • stamina

The best results come when at least eight to ten hours are devoted to these techniques every week until the child is thriving, and nourishing support for the family is established on a regular basis. Families go through a potential integration of the following primary reflexes: Asymmetric Tonic Neck Reflex, Babinski, Bonding, Fear Paralysis, Landau, Moro, Spinal Galant, Symmetric Tonic Neck Reflex, and Palmar. If at least one parent or caregiver is fully immersed in their own healing of these reflexes, the child, as well as the parent, will most likely integrate these reflexes.

Although Learning from the Heart is continually contributed to by professionals who work with young people, it has always been the ideas of young people that other young people gravitate toward most.

This grassroots, holistic approach started the summer of 2010 and is currently being offered through the YMCA in Westborough, MA and Yoga at the Ashram in Millis, MA. 


Read Write from the Heart

The parts of the brain needed for reading success are not fully developed until between the ages of seven and nine for most children. Many children will do what is asked of them by the adults they trust and want to please, even if it does not resonate with them. When they are engaged in reading at a time when they are not developmentally ready, academic, behavioral, and emotional problems can be created.

Read Write from the Heart combines movements with reading exercises to integrate reflexes. When certain reflexes are activated, emotional congestion from the past comes to the surface to heal. In a fun, light, and respectful way, Reading from the Heart inspires parents, caregivers, and professionals to be open hearted with children as they open up to their own wisdom.

Read Write from the Heart is a complete reading program that can be successfully used by a parent at home or a professional working with children. Please contact Sat Nam Kaur to learn more at