Our focus

We aim to help children with cerebral palsy until their adolescence, their parents and caregivers.

Brain Plasticity
First-hand alternative therapy from experts and practitioners seek to improve physical, cognitive and emotional conditions of children with special needs. For many children with cerebral palsy, alternative or complementary therapy programs are an essential part of managing symptoms and improving overall mobility.
Nature retreats
Taking time to retreat and disconnect from your daily life and routines is a gift. Special needs children and their parents have very little opportunity to spend time in nature and connect with our natural world. Nature is a proven healing antidote for stress, depression and trauma while enhancing abilities to grow and develop. We envision holistic 360° nature retreats where parents and their special needs children can connect with nature, away from their daily struggles, while combining therapy and training on a journey with a purpose.

NeuroMovement

Neuromovement, created by Anat Baniel,  is a revolutionary, holistic approach to human functioning and health. The Method uses movement in ways that awaken the remarkable capacity of the brain to create new connections and new possibilities. NeuroMovement wakes up the brain to create new connections and new patterns that dramatically improve physical, cognitive, and emotional performance. Children diagnosed with forms of cerebral palsy could benefit from this pioneering therapy.

 

NeuroMovement is a pioneering alternative therapy. Each case of cerebral palsy is different. For this reason, your child’s therapy and treatment plan should be based on their individual symptoms and mobility limitations. Those with more severe types of CP or coexisting conditions may respond better to complementary or alternative types of therapy.

Alternative Therapies

We aim to help children with cerebral palsy until their adolescence, their parents and caregivers. Read more about Moving Beyond Limits’s first programmes.

Kick-off Programmes