Mood Tookbox: Moodzie’s Tips for Moving the body
Moving can also be a great way to burn calories, hence Moodzie loves to move because now Moodzie’s physical condition is in top shape and very fit, because again Moodzie is moving all the time. Moodzie realizes that moving can certainly be a tough task, but something moving emphasizes on, is team effort, as usually when people move, they do so in groups a lot of the time, a team effort is required, whether that be a team effort in tasks such as organizing a cardio class, or a team effort in the sense of when people are struggling to adjust or psychologically be willing to keep on exercising, others around them similar to a team, give them support and help them out.
Moodzie also emphasizes on the psychological benefits of moving, because Moodzie realizes that moving can certainly be a tough and very daunting task for many, as sitting on a chair and playing games is a lot easier, however with a better state of health you can live life fully and do all kinds of activities for longer. Taking part in sports groups also helps develop social relationships and reduces the risk of depression and anxiety, as Moodzie realizes moving helps you physically and psychologically, hence we should all move.
Moodzie believes that moving will assist with emotional regulation. Below are some great tips.
Tip 1: Heavy work assists with emotional regulation
This blog has some great information about how ‘heavy work’ works and some activity ideas. This is important for some children to help with their emotional regulation
Our body has an internal sense known as “proprioception,” which is basically our sense of body awareness. Our body senses proprioception through messages sent to the brain from sensory receptors in our muscles and joints.
Tip 2: Below are some great strategies for calming and improving focus:
From Natalie Clarke, Kerelyn Mahoney, Annette Smith
- Brain Gym
- Occupational Therapy
- Wii dance or sports
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