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"Thinking and learning are not all in our head. On the contrary, the body plays an integral part in all our intellectual processes from our earliest moments in utero right through to old age."
Carla Hannaford PH.D
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What my students say

" Neurolanguage coaching is a great way to learn English. Ginta helped me to focus on my individual grammar as well as speaking goals. The shared responsibility between a language coach and a learner provided me a lot of space for learning autonomously, encouraging creativity, bringing joy and satisfaction. I really recommend this method to every language learner. "
Eva-Maria, 63
" Yoga can be very helpful to work focused, concentrated, productive, but in a relaxed manner. Including movement in language learning can be a revolution. "
Tom, 19
" Gestures can really help to communicate better in a foreign language. "
Barbara, 65
" At first, I was a bit scared to meet unknown people, but the movement reduced my anxiety and helped to become part of the group. Although the lesson was online the movement brought us closer. "
Maija, 66
" Breathing exercises helped me to start the lesson with clear mind and good concentration. Movement during English lesson kept me focused. Gestures were a good way to clarify meanings and reduce shyness to express oneself, if a word was missing. "
Christine, 55
" Yoga and Mudras really tuned me to work, creating friendly and trustful atmosphere in the group. "
Lena, 58
" It is easier to remember vocabulary, if speaking is combined with movement, e.g. the words "to shrug" and "to blink". Movement should be included not only in English lessons, but also practised at work and home. It makes one feel healthier, work better and enjoy time. "
Petra, 51
" I can better learn vocabulary by heart walking around the room. "
Maria, 53
" I am certain that movement gives me courage to speak and express myself better in English. "
Susanne, 63
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