Three for Three Intensives

Potent learning. Easy scheduling. one location. Transformation

The Anat Baniel Method NeuroMovement® utilizes movement (the language of the brain) and is an holistic alternative to physical, occupational and speech therapy.

The Three for Three is an opportunity for families to easily schedule a NeuroMovement® Intensive lesson series within a short amount of time.

Children will receive three lessons per day for three days from Two NeuroMovement® practitioners.

Our 2019 dates are set!

Fill out our registration form for one, two… or all four Three for Three Intensives. When you register for all 4 Three for Three intensives you receive a BONUS GIFT…. FOUR Private Lessons for a Parent/Caregiver.


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Why a Three for Three?

In our experience we have found that there is incredible benefit for children to work with multiple practitioners over a short period of time. 

Your Child benefits from the close collaboration between these experienced practitioners. 

It's an all-in-one-room profound experience. Parents and kids are allowed a unique opportunity to see other kids' process.


How to participate?

Your child comes rested, fed, bring a change of clothes and a snack. While the experience is all in one room, we do have accommodations if a child needs a private space for their lesson.

  • Lessons are between 9:30 and 3:30 each day

  • Your child receives 3 movement lessons each day

  • Total cost: $720

  • Payment plan options available

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2019 Three for three dates:

January 23-25

May 1-3

July 24-26

October 23-25


Register today

Simply click the button below to register for one… or all four of the Three for Three Intensives. We will accept the first 6 families registered with a deposit. After that, we will create a wait list based on registration date.

still have questions?

Great! We will be happy to answer any questions you have. Fill out the contact form below and Kathy or Phoebe will get back to you shortly.

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