What are we about?
To release potential
We believe that every person has the potential reach their greatness. We support children and adults to do this.
Our mission is to improve the quality of people's lives. We support children with who are struggling with learning, behaviour and coordination difficulties through a specific movement programme. We support teachers by training them to recognise neuromotor immaturity. We support parents and families through publications and workshops, and we support and we support other professionals through supervision. Quite frankly we are here to help you.
Services we offer:
Moves4Me: Individual INPP movement programme for children aged 4 - 13
Moves4LilMinds: Preschool Programme - INPP Wings of Childhood for children aged 4 - 7
Moves4Minds: Primary School Programme - INPP schools programme for children aged 7 - 13
Professional Development for Teachers: One day teachers course in assessing Neuromotor Readiness for Learning
Professional Supervision: Short or long term hourly sessions for staff and management needing support for professional and person growth to ensure productivity in the workplace.
How does the Movement Programme work?
Primitive Reflexes are part of our body make up. We are born with specific movement patterns ingrained into our central nervous system. If for whatever reason these reflexes are not 'put to sleep' so that more mature patterns can evolve they can affect all movement experience. This makes it extremely difficult for the child to control their body, making the classroom a place of frustration. The INPP schools programme tailors specific movement exercises to release the effects of Primitive Reflexes and develop the much needed Postural Reflexes required for school learning. Children are able to gain full automatic control over their body, freeing up their Cortex for academic learning.
The schools programme is an easy to use, full year programme which only consists of 10 - 15 minutes a day of specific, tailored movements that increase neuromotor maturity and allows children the freedom from primitive reflex control.
Symptoms Associated with Retained Reflexes
Easily distracted, lack of concentration, ‘Shuts off’
- Immature socially and academically
- Confused or can’t remember instructions
- Floppy child
- Messy eater
- Struggles to swim
- Issues with catching objects - eyes
- Struggles with spelling, reading, writing & maths
- Immature pencil grip
- Emotionally volatile
- Consistent Behavioural issues
- Attention, balance and coordination difficulties
Every person is listened to and respected at Without Limits Learning. A person's family, background and culture plays an important role in who someone is. We listen, and we care.
All of our work with every child, family, company or organisation is at the level they need. We assess current strengths, become aware of needs and develop supports for growth in manageable ways. Our plans are tailored to best cater to the current needs and our regular monitoring systems ensure that growth is steady and successful.
We exist because we believe we can help release locked potential. We believe in growth, and positive change for children, families and professionals. We will do what it takes to help facilitate success.
Leanne Seniloli is a Neuro-Developmental Therapist, Early Childhood Lecturer and teacher, a mum of four and a prior homeschooler. In her private practice she works with families who are wanting to see lasting change in their children's learning, behaviour and coordination.
After nearly 20 years working with children formally and informally, Leanne knows what parents', educators and children endure in the process of education and family life. Equipping parents and teachers to fully support all aspects of a child’s development truly drives the change that can release their fullest potential at school and home.
Leanne also trains teachers to assess neuromotor readiness for learning. She has taught in preschools for more than 10 years and now lecturers about early childhood education.
She has articles printed in 'Early Education', 'The Space', ‘Teachers Matter’ Magazines and has featured on NewsTalkZB, RadioLive, Scoop and Voxy. Her debut book Simply L.O.V.E Four Easy Strategies to Unlock your Child's Mind and Heart was published in 2021.
Leanne holds a PGrad Dip. in Neuro Development Therapy (INPP), B. Teaching (ECE), NZCATT, NZCALNE, Dip. SBM, Cert. Bi-lateral Integration, Dip. Children's writing, Dip. Leadership, and is a Masters' Candidate, and a registered New Zealand Teacher.
What are Primitive Reflexes?
Primitive Reflexes are automatic movements directed from the part of our brain that works without us thinking about it. It is our most primitive and basic form of survival.
We don't think about them, we don't try to make them, they just happen.
We need these reflexes when we are babies but after that - they don't help us with education, posture, or coordinated activities. In fact, they become a real pain and cause Neuro motor Immaturity.
Neuro motor immaturity is a barrier because children don't have full and automatic control over their body, which means the brain isn't operating as efficiently as it could.
Research has linked neuro diversity such as: ADHD; ADD; Autism Spectrum; Neuro Developmental Delay, DCD (Dyspraxia), Dyslexia and Non-Specific Learning Difficulties with the presence of primitive reflexes.
In addition, handwriting, reading, spelling and other learning difficulties as well as behavioural issues most often have underlying reflex problems.
We can ensure these reflexes no longer have any impact on your child's education, learning and development. By using the programmes designed to limit the presence of primitive reflexes and develop needed postural reflexes.
Whether you are a parent of a child who is struggling or a teacher who wants to maximise your students learning we can help you.