sensory awareness


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awareness

 [ah-war´nes]
sensory awareness the ability to receive and differentiate sensory stimuli.

sen·so·ry a·ware·ness

(sen'sŏr-ē ă-wār'nĕs)
The ability to receive and differentiate various types of sensory stimuli.

Sensory awareness

Bringing attention to the sensations of tension and/or release in the muscles.
Mentioned in: Alexander Technique
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Sensory awareness refers to experiencing life at the silent, unspeakable levels.
Cognitive Development --understanding cause and effect, problem solving, early literacy and mathematics Creative Arts --self-expression and appreciation for music, art, drama and dance Fine Motor Development --use of hands and fingers, as well as eye-hand coordination Gross Motor Development --large muscle movement and coordination, balance and perceptual-motor integration Language Development --communication, conversation, vocabulary development and vocal play Sensory Awareness --use of senses to learn about environment through discovery Social-Emotional Development --friendships, interactions, positive identity, as well as sense of self and others
It really helps with the babies' digestion, breathing and sensory awareness.
The combinations of an acute sensory awareness, a wider view of the world and overall intuitiveness gives women a better advantage in sensing signals that are almost always weak for men to detect.
The Moon spends virtually all of the day in your sign, great for giving your sensory awareness a healthy boost.
Therapy included thermal tactile stimulation, which increases sensory awareness in the oral cavity and decreases the delay between oral stage of the swallow and the onset of the trigger of the pharyngeal swallow.
Using hypnotic techniques such as the somatic bridge, ideosensory signalling, and sensory awareness training, EST can be directed to parts of the self which are connected to somatic expressions of traumatic experiences.
99) This little board book has patches of different textures, allowing toddlers to develop their sensory awareness.
She encourages them to discover movement through sensory awareness of their own anatomy.
Epilepsy is a neurological condition characterized by repeated unprovoked seizures where electrical disturbances in the brain cause sudden, involuntary changes in body movements (convulsions and muscle spasms) and sensory awareness.
By staging her digital renderings using sound elements and a forthrightly sculptural vocabulary, Lislegaard plays the richness of full, sensory awareness against the relative vacuity of simulation to great, disarming effect.
Norman Laud Association fundraising and marketing manager, Alison Johnson, said: "The room promotes sensory awareness, concentration levels, fun, recreation and relaxation.