JKA for Babies and Children
Among various Feldenkrais-based methods to treat children, JKA (Jeremy Krauss Approach) focuses on special-needs children. In NYC, NHA practitioners Makiko and Naoko, are the only ones practicing JKA.
The Jeremy Krauss Approach (JKA) is a new and unique understanding and perspective of early movement development and learning.
The primary focus is helping develop potential and abilities - physically, mentally and emotionally.
It supports children and adults to learn, change and overcome developmental challenges of various kinds through a process of Progressive Developmental Abilities Formation.
The various developmental challenges and disorders that the Jeremy Krauss Approach works with include: Cerebral Palsy, Spasticity due to accidents, childhood stroke, autism spectrum, genetic disorders, brachial plexus injury, scoliosis and various undiagnosed developmental delays and difficulties and many developmental disorders and challenges seen in children.