We have had amazing success through working with Leanne with our 7 year old daughter. Leanne from Without Limits Learning is absolutely amazing, filled with wisdom and very experienced. With her help our daughter is doing things within 6 weeks in the program that we have spent years trying to get her to do with no success. I highly recommend Leanne and the work that she does. So grateful to have found you! Kim.
Our Preschools story
Without Limits Learning or Groovy Moves as we call it at preschool has been an amazing programme for our 4-5 year olds. We have seen positive changes in our Tamariki’s behaviour, posture and overall well-being. Leanne is very inspiring and is always there to answer any questions and help. We are now in our third year of running Groovy Moves (Moves4LilMinds) and each year we see an amazing change in the children. Amelia.
At first I was a skeptic, I put this down to not understanding the underlining issues our son had that we put down to behavior “being naughty” or not paying attention which in fact was not the case. After a bit of research, talking with peers and a better understanding of what my son’s needs and issues were, we confided in Leanne.
After an assessment and a few exercises we discovered a change. Simple movements and instructions that my son couldn’t complete at the beginning by the end of the programme with a lot of patience and perseverance he could complete the tasks with ease. This programe has helped our son and we are still doing the exercises provided, we have noticed positive changes and improvements.
Coming from a Polynesian back ground we are all about breaking the cycle, education, and getting the help my child needs to make his life a little easier. I still get comments from people who don’t understand what we are doing – but I will do anything to help better my child regardless of what people think and there perception and lack of knowledge around this time of assistance.
I’m no longer a skeptic!!
Keep up the great Work Lee we appreciate it, you, and all the help you have provided for my little family x Melissa
Lindon is a caring and fun boy, but has struggled with shyness despite heaps of love and support at home, and a lot of experience and support from his preschool. As he transitioned from preschool to primary school he again became very withdrawn and clingy. After seeing Leanne and having Lindon assessed for neuromotor immaturity we discovered Lindon had a Moro reflex, so we started him on the Moves4Me INPP programme and exercises. Lindon’s teachers now say they are seeing a ‘quiet confidence’ in Lindon. As a family we have noticed a big improvement in Lindon’s social skills, such as greetings and friendships, and a growing confidence in moving his body. We are excited to see what the future holds for him with his new skills. Andrea.
Timmy loved Groovy Moves (Moves4LilMinds) at preschool. Though he went through that he needed just a little bit extra to strengthen his postural reflexes. Once we were on the Moves4Me programme he was a little bit shaky on the vestibular exercises, but after a little while we changes with his swimming. We noticed he had issues swimming especially on his back. He couldn’t move his arms and legs without curling up which caused him to sink. But he is competent on his front now and getting better at keeping a long body to maintain buoyancy on his back. It didn’t happen straight away but we saw the improvement. Fiona.
As a mum of four children it is no surprise that I have had my fair share of difficulties with children. My children haven’t been diagnosed with anything and I am completely blessed that they don’t have any major illnesses or allergies either. However at times, I would just wonder why one of them was not as mature as you would expect them to be.
You know, acting with baby behaviour, quite uncoordinated at bike riding and some sports, and not achieving academically. Nothing the doctor said I should be concerned about, but there was something there that I just couldn’t put my finger on. I later discovered it was neuromotor immaturity and because of it there was immature behaviour. I found the INPP programme and put my child through it and saw the results. For me, it was quick, I saw changes immediately. This is what started my passion to learn more about how the body can rewire the brain, and the importance of specific movement patterns for brain development. I continued on to gain my qualification as a NDT (INPP), and then put my other children through the programme also. It’s been life changing, and now I enjoy every second of working with families and educators to change the lives of their children. Leanne