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Nurture for future – Child development program

Nurture for future – Child development program

Every parent wants to give their child the best education possible. Parents often work very hard to achieve this. Nurture for future is a program aimed at helping children become whole brain children.

This means that, the program offers more than just about education. It is about teaching children to balance between convergent and divergent thinking.

The program is aimed at training children to have a balance between use of left brain and right brain. The hosts of the program say that this helps the child think in different ways with ease. A concept called the MIDBRAIN is used to train the children.

With the activation of the mid brain the communication channel between the left and right brains increases and there will be better access to both sides.

The program focuses on teaching children to be positive and happy to face whatever life has in store for them. As part of the program, the children are also taught to meditate as freely as they bathe and eat.

Children are taught various tools like different alternative healing modalities so that they become self-empowered and at the same time they appreciate the world in which they live. The entire program focuses on the child mentally, emotionally, socially and spiritually.

The Duration of the program is 4 months. The timings are 10 am – 6 pm on the first two days. After that, it will be every Sunday from 10.00 am – 1.30 pm or 2.00 pm – 5.30 pm. The course fee is Rs. 16,000.

The program has many highlights. It provides learning tools of alternate healing modalities for self-empowerment of your children. 2 Hypnotherapy sessions are conducted for children above the age of 8, if required. It offers lifetime free parental consultation as well.

The makers of the program claim that it improves the concentration of your child and gives him/her better memory, raised confidence and self-esteem and better sensory perception.

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