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Moving allows you to let go of any stress in your body, leaving you refreshed and rejuvenated!

Moving allows you to let go of any stress in your body, leaving you refreshed and rejuvenated!

By focusing your attention on your breathing you can shift your emotions and feelings. This can be one of your greatest skills!

By focusing your attention on your breathing you can shift your emotions and feelings. This can be one of your greatest skills!

"Seeing with your eyes closed" will get you anchored in yourself, and immersed into your imagination !

"Seeing with your eyes closed" will get you anchored in yourself, and immersed into your imagination !

Using touch to experience your energy within, and the invisible world that surrounds you!

Using touch to experience your energy within, and the invisible world that surrounds you!

Why peer-to-peer Learning?

Real U chooses a peer-to-peer learning approach, because when younger children can look up to older children, they are more likely to engage in the learning process. Our product line enables a unique and powerful relationship to be established. Therefore, we've selected our first trainer Danica (11), to teach youngest students, ages 4-10.  

Peer-to-peer teaching has been used in school settings effectively for years, younger children are simply more receptive to learning from their older counterparts. It’s all about children on the same level teaching and relating to one another.  

Creating a comfortable peer-to-peer learning environment, enables our content to take on new life. Students relate to and quickly gain trust in another child who can understand and appreciate them.

Much of it comes down to the fact that this group shares similar experiences, and these common experiences provide significant benefits.  

Real U Approach:

Breathing

Breathing creates an anchor to help us settle, focus, and balance the mind and body. Connecting with the breath allows us to access the nervous system’s relaxation response and to alleviate the stress that arises from the fight-flight-freeze response.

Body, Movement and Posture

Being aware of physical sensations in the body allows us to center and focus, release tension and stress, and develop greater insight into levels of fatigue, hunger and where stress is manifested in the body. Emphasizing the importance of how we sit and stand throughout the day, as posture impacts our emotions is key.

Emotions

Improving emotional regulation and how to respond well during emotionally difficult situations begins with awareness of our mind. We start to notice, label, and get curious about our emotional states, as well as where emotions manifest in the body. Building resiliency allows us to lower stress chemicals in the body.

Thoughts

Stress is often derived from our thoughts about a situation, or the mind over-analyzing or replaying events in the past and future. Having awareness of our natural thinking mind, learning to recognize, accept, and be curious about where our minds naturally go. 

Sounds and Senses

Becoming aware and gaining a deeper perspective of the environment around us, tuning into sounds, sights, smells and tastes. This has a deep impact on our nervous system and levels of calm and stress. Teaching that any potential distractions of sound or sight can actually be a place to focus and return to the present moment.

Neuroscience

Gaining understanding of how our brain and nervous system works, allows us to choose and use the brains neuroplasticity to “rewire” new pathways and detach from old unwanted behaviors. Just one new conscious action sends signals to the brain and creates a shift. When practicing on a continuing basis, this newly found connection called synapses will grow stronger and stronger and stronger. 

Think of it like a muscle in your body. You do an exercise once and the muscle has a slight change, almost not noticeable, however with practice your muscle grows stronger and stronger and you have a visible result. The same is the case with your brain, with constant and persistent care, your connections grow stronger and you can tune into the learned skills at any moment.

Why peer-to-peer Learning?

Real U chooses a peer-to-peer learning approach, because when younger children can look up to older children, they are more likely to engage in the learning process. Our product line enables a unique and powerful relationship to be established. Therefore, we've selected our first trainer Danica (11), to teach youngest students, ages 4-10.  

Peer-to-peer teaching has been used in school settings effectively for years, younger children are simply more receptive to learning from their older counterparts. It’s all about children on the same level teaching and relating to one another.  

Creating a comfortable peer-to-peer learning environment, enables our content to take on new life. Students relate to and quickly gain trust in another child who can understand and appreciate them.

Much of it comes down to the fact that this group shares similar experiences, and these common experiences provide significant benefits.  

Real U Approach:

Breathing

Breathing creates an anchor to help us settle, focus, and balance the mind and body. Connecting with the breath allows us to access the nervous system’s relaxation response and to alleviate the stress that arises from the fight-flight-freeze response.

Body, Movement and Posture

Being aware of physical sensations in the body allows us to center and focus, release tension and stress, and develop greater insight into levels of fatigue, hunger and where stress is manifested in the body. Emphasizing the importance of how we sit and stand throughout the day, as posture impacts our emotions is key.

Emotions

Improving emotional regulation and how to respond well during emotionally difficult situations begins with awareness of our mind. We start to notice, label, and get curious about our emotional states, as well as where emotions manifest in the body. Building resiliency allows us to lower stress chemicals in the body.

Thoughts

Stress is often derived from our thoughts about a situation, or the mind over-analyzing or replaying events in the past and future. Having awareness of our natural thinking mind, learning to recognize, accept, and be curious about where our minds naturally go. 

Sounds and Senses

Becoming aware and gaining a deeper perspective of the environment around us, tuning into sounds, sights, smells and tastes. This has a deep impact on our nervous system and levels of calm and stress. Teaching that any potential distractions of sound or sight can actually be a place to focus and return to the present moment.

Neuroscience

Gaining understanding of how our brain and nervous system works, allows us to choose and use the brains neuroplasticity to “rewire” new pathways and detach from old unwanted behaviors. Just one new conscious action sends signals to the brain and creates a shift. When practicing on a continuing basis, this newly found connection called synapses will grow stronger and stronger and stronger. 

Think of it like a muscle in your body. You do an exercise once and the muscle has a slight change, almost not noticeable, however with practice your muscle grows stronger and stronger and you have a visible result. The same is the case with your brain, with constant and persistent care, your connections grow stronger and you can tune into the learned skills at any moment.

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