Support for Parents

Most students benefit from their parents' support... but who is supporting their parents?

What would you like to be easier?

Brain Gym® Consultations
On-going stress and busy daily lives can be more than many parents can manage. Luckily, Brain Gym® is not only a program to prepare students for learning. Brain Gym® is a program of easy physical movements that synchronize body and mind to optimize how we learn and perform in all areas of our lives.

"For parents seeking a resource to help their children, Brain Gym® is a win-win-win. The children get the tools and support they need to get their body/brain connections working better, the parents get these same benefits from doing the activities and movements with their children, and the parent/child relationship is strengthened by the time spent together doing the activities."
— Pam Leo, Author of Connection Parenting

Bright Moves offers private Brain Gym consultations. As a licensed Brain Gym Instructor and Consultant, Becky Holt works with individuals who wish to improve how they manage and perform in all areas of their lives.

Read more about what happens in a private Brain Gym consultation.

Contact Becky to schedule a private Brain Gym consultation.

Holistic Health Counseling
Becky Holt is also a Holistic Health Counselor and offers programs for parents to improve theirs and their family's eating habits.

Read about her holistic health counseling program at

Once your brain and body are working together, you'll have more energy to meet your needs and your child's.

  • Stay calm and confident in stressful situations.
  • Experience a lasting increase in your energy and vitality.
  • Make simple lifestyle changes. Be healthy on the go.
  • Enhance memory, concentration, focus, or positive thinking.
  • Feel secure in integrating better food into yours and your family's diet.
  • Take the pressure off and acknowledge your daily accomplishments.
  • Feel more confident about what is new and good in your life and feel more optimistic!

Read more:

What are parents saying?