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Strengthening the foundation for learning through rhythm and movement

August 5th & 6th, 2024 is our next 2 day training in CT.  Click the link below for registration information.

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August 5 & 6, 2024 BAVX Training

What is Bal-A-Vis-X?

Bal-A-Vis-X is an acronym for
Balance, Auditory, Vision, eXercises.

Bal-A-Vis-X exercises are deeply rooted in rhythm and range from simple to complex. The majority of the exercises are done with sand-filled bags and/or racquet balls and may incorporate the use of a Brain Buddy Balance Board. The exercises can be adapted to work with children and adults of all abilities.

Bal-A-Vis-X is taught initially on an individual basis. Once the child/adult has a grasp of the foundational exercises, Bal-A-Vis-X can be performed in groups. Group settings promote socialization, demand cooperation and promote peer teaching.

See Bal-A-Vis-X In Action

This is a video clip from a news segment by reporter Scott Kilbury of KOLD News13 in Tucson, Arizona. 


Kindly disregard all other YouTube videos claiming to promote Bal-A-Vis-X as they may not incorporate the proper technique or rhythm.

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Bal-A-Vis-X is for everyone and the benefits are many:


  • Improves visual tracking/ocular motility

  • Improves balance

  • Increases focus on a single task

  • Promotes generalization of gross motor skills

  • Increases attention span

  • Improves social skills

  • Improves self confidence and self-esteem

  • Promotes emotional regulation

  • Reduces negative behaviors

  • Decreases anxiety

  • Improves receptivity, to both auditory and visual instructions

  • Improves math, spelling, reading fluency and comprehension

and more...and it's just plain FUN!

Benefits of Bal-A-Vis-X

Who is Bal-A-Vis-X for?

Bal-A-Vis-X is for all ages from toddlers to those in their 90’s and beyond. The exercises can be modified to work with children and adults of all abilities.

The rhythmic and integrative exercises of Bal-A-Vis-X are effective and beneficial for students who:

  • have a learning disability/reading challenges

  • have ADD/ADHD

  • have poor balance and coordination

  • are in regular education classes

  • are perfectionistic

  • struggle with verbal instruction

  • are on the autism spectrum

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