Early Childhood Music and Movement Association

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Movement Matters

After many years of making music with children, Eve Kodiak, M.M., became interested in the brain/body processes that underlie the learning process. As an Educational Kinesiologist, she now works with people of all ages, using music and developmental movement to create positive change. Eve can be found in her office at The Lydian Center for Innovative Medicine in Cambridge, MA, or at home in New Hampshire, writing and recording. Her CD/book sets include Rappin' on the Reflexes and Feelin' Free, which combine developmental movements with songs, raps, and narrations with music. Eve also performs and records as an improvising classical pianist. More information and articles on music and developmental movement may be found at www.evekodiak.com.


The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily promote official policy of ECMMA.

Welcome to Movement Matters

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Welcome to Movement Matters!   We can talk about anything we like in this blog, because there is nothing that is not movement.  Very little of the universe is solid, and none of it stands still.   Scientists are now telling us that the physical world - tables, chairs, apples, oranges, our own bodies, even our planet Earth – is just a series of wave forms that move slowly enough for us to sense them.

In this blog, we'll explore different kinds of movements, and the ways that they affect our


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