Great friend and colleague, Dr. Lynne Kenney, psychologist, author and national speaker is spreading the word that music can improve brain function, self-regulation and motor timing, in children and adults.
Dr. Lynne and I are hosting an upcoming event in Phoenix, AZ that you or someone you know may wish to attend. It is a public event with limited seating. Use the techniques taught at this event to help your family, children and anyone who would like to add balance to their lives.
If you are a teacher or clinician you can earn continuing education credit for attending this event.
Nacho Arimany is a musician for the brain and composer of inTime, the new sound intervention from Advanced Brain Technologies. In March, Dr. Kenney trained at inTime, where she first met Nacho and learned more about music research.
Nacho is best known for his flamenco guitar, percussion, piano and harp, but he stresses you do not need to be a musician to benefit from sound. Simply listening changes your brain. Nacho teaches how to use your voice, body and rhythm as instruments of calming.
Nacho is on a national tour over the next 6 months. He is in Phoenix and Scottsdale June 5 and 7, 2014. Below is information on a current event. Feel free to share with interested colleagues. Individual music rhythm and timing sessions with Nacho are also available.
Learn the neurobiological underpinnings of sound with voice and movement exercises. Please join us for the Your Brain on Music LIVE WORKSHOP June 5th or 7th, 2014 and share with others who love brain development and music
Please call Dr. Lynne Kenney with any questions, Lynne Kenney Music Event 602-481-6000