Tala Brinderson

Advanced Training: Ayres Sensory Integration, Sensory Integration and Praxis Test (SIPT) Specialty Certifications: Reflex Integration and Rhythmic Movement, Myofacial Release, Yoga and Mindfulness, SOS Approach to Feeding, Therapeutic Listening, Interactive Metronome, Neurodevelopment Treatment of Baby and Child, Certified Sibshop Facilitator. I value the development of the whole child. I am passionate about trying to figure out the underlying factors that inhibit a child’s ability to make progress in their daily life. Becoming a mother of three boys and being surrounded by new parents increased my love for working with children and their families. My over ten years of experience has given me invaluable tools to help each unique child reach their full potential. In my free time, I enjoy going to the beach with my family, cooking, playing tennis, practicing yoga, and traveling.

Why Read?

Reading is so important, but WHY? Reading is the most effective way to address and build vocabulary. Reading also correlates with literacy, which is the highest predictor of academic success and life success. Today, 5% of our population has ADHD, but more prevalent are Language Based Learning disorders (or reading problems also referred to as

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A few years back, I joined a MOPS (Mother’s of Preschoolers) group, which I absolutely cherished because of the incredible relationships formed and the close community support. I love to learn and I always looked forward to the different presenters that would come speak on such a wide variety of current, relatable topics. One day

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Spice It Up

In December, we welcomed back Sapna Fliedner to host a class on Ayurveda for kids. Ayurveda in Sanskrit stands for Ayur (life) Veda (knowledge or science), essentially meaning that our body’s health is a result of different habits we have. Sapna explained it to simply be a personalized approach to health, with a twist! Not

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