"Brain Gymnastics" (authors Dr. PSP Paul and Gale Dennison) is a system of exciting physical or breathing exercises that relax or increase the body's energy. It is a holistic psychological and pedagogical area, based on the latest achievements of psychology, pedagogy, physiology and neurophysiology.

Specially organized movements help to optimize the brain activity and reach hidden resources of human development.
Children use simple and enjoyable movements. The exercise helps to reach a balance between thinking, body and emotions. This leads to harmonious development. For example: Cross Steps. This is the basis of "pa" dance and marching. The child pulls the right knee to the left elbow. Then he bends the right leg and touches the ankle with the left hand.
The simultaneous cross-steps under the instruction of the teacher connects left and right hemispheres of the brain, and helps to activate the speech and language centers.

“Brain gymnastics”, “educational kinesiology” are exercises that support and develop neurophysiological connections between the body and the brain through movement, have a healing effect on the child’s body.