April 14, 2013 in Buenos Aires
Do you know anyone with Special Needs in Argentina? Robin Zander will be teaching a 1-Day workshop in Buenos Aires. Contact [email protected] for more information!
Robin Zander is a practitioner of the Anat Baniel Method℠ for Children and a Certified Option Process® Mentor. He delights in bringing innovative movement tools and an attitude of acceptance to everyone he works with! In this day-long workshop Robin will be combining several of the core principles taught by Anat Baniel and the Option Institute specifically for families with children with autism and other developmental challenges.
Learn how to:
- Empower your child to learn more effectively
- Wake up the brain
- Experience effective, innovative movement exercises
- Leave with tools to support your child’s (and your own!) continued growth
Following from the science of neuroplasticity, Robin teaches to increase everyone’s innate capacity to learn. He loves to inspire children and adults to new level of learning and performance. Having certified to practice both the Anat Baniel Method℠ and the Option Process® Dialogue he now combines these amazing learning modalities into an extremely effective learning system. Robin is passionate about helping everyone he works with continue without him, so this workshop contain lots of tools and ideas for parents to bring back to the Playroom and use with their children throughout their lives.
The workshop will run from 10am until 4pm, with a 90 minute break for lunch.
$150 USD per person
Robin began studying with Anat Baniel in 2008 after a severe circus injury took him out of professional performance. His fascination with learning began long before through a combined love for biology and running. Robin studied motor learning and psychology as an undergraduate and pursued post-baccalaureate training in the premedical curricula. Robin became certified by the Option Institute in 2013 to supplement his practice in the Anat Baniel Method℠. Robin has long since returned to professional athletics and supplements his love of teaching with gymnastics and his own San Francisco-based dance company.