What

Is

Kinderkinetics?

Kinderkinetics is an exciting specialized paediatric field that focuses on increasing the total well-being of typical and atypical developing children between 0 to 13 years of age.  This is done by developing, stimulating, promoting and rectifying age specific neuro-motor, sensory-motor and physical skills. 

 

The profession of Kinderkinetics as a degree is currently presented by various Universities throughout South Africa, and are registered at SAQA (The South African Qualifications Association).   

 

As a Paediatric Exercise Science (and very similar to Paediatric Physical Therapy), it is studied intensively over a 4 year period to thoroughly understand a child's progressive development from a neuro-sensory-motor point of view. 

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All programs presented by Kwanda Kinetics are based on scientific and well-researched motor learning principles.  The programs are also developed according to the various levels of age, skill and needs of a child.

 

These specialized programs are delivered by highly trained health care practitioners called Kinderkineticists.  All Kinderkineticists working at Kwanda Kinetics are registered at the South African Professional Institute for Kinderkinetics (also called SAPIK). 

 

At Kwanda Kinetics we think outside the box to offer revolutionary programs that works!  As a child development and therapy centre, we currently offer various programs and services, either in-house or online, that are largely based on the principles of Kinderkinetics.  

Why Is

Movement Important?

TESTIMONIALS

Principals, Teachers

Parents & Professionals

Recommend

Bleu Reardon,

Parent at preschool

Thank you for taking an interest in my children, you really are a blessing. Keep sending the great articles and  recommendations for parents to participate in practical activities with their kids.

Casha Meintjes,

Behavioural Optometrist

Eyetek has received many excellent referrals from Kwanda  Kinetics, who identify children with poor visual skills at schools. They play an important role in the health care system, and ensure normal and efficient motor development in children.

Mandy Vorwerg,

Owner and principal

We did a survey at our school.  We always knew it, but the survey just served as evidence - our parents love you guys at our school!  Well done!

Based On Research, Movement Is Connected To:

MORE BRAIN

 

 

CONNECTIONS

INCREASED

OXYGEN 

 

 

SUPPLY

INCREASED

OXYGEN 

 

 

SUPPLY

INCREASED

OXYGEN 

 

 

SUPPLY

IMPROVED

MOTOR 

COORDINATION

IMPROVED

STRENGTH &

MUSCLE TONE

IMPROVED

POSTURE

AND

EYE-MUSCLE

CONTROL

IMPROVED

MOOD &

SELF-ESTEEM

INCREASED

CONCENTRATION

SENSORY

STIMULATION

REFLEX

 

 

INTEGRATION

MORE BRAIN

 

 

CONNECTIONS

INCREASED

OXYGEN 

 

 

SUPPLY

INCREASED

 COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE

IMPROVED

SLEEP

IMPROVED

MUSCLE TONE

IMPROVED

 

 

SPEECH

INCREASED

 

  PHYSICAL

 

 

HEALTH

AND

ENERGY

INCREASED

MENTAL HEALTH

REDUCED

ANXIETY

REDUCED

OBESITY

REDUCED

DEPRESSION

REDUCED

DIABETES

REDUCED RISK

FOR CANCER

REMOTE ESCAPES

Who Will Benefit From Our Services And Programs?

Parents, Principals, Teachers And Professionals 

Who Work With Children On A Daily Basis,

Will Truly Benefit And Be Equipped.

Ultimately, Children Is Our Highest Priority

And Therefore They Will Be The Ones

Who Will Benefit The Most!

Neurotypical Developing Children

With The Focus On:

Reaching Milestones

Sensory Stimulation

Neuro-motor & Perceptual Development

School Readiness

Staying Active

Sports Development

Physical Fitness

Health And Wellness

ADHD - Hyperactivity or Inattention

DCD - Dyspraxia

ASD - Autism

APD -  Auditory Processing Disorder

SPD -  Sensory Processing Disorder

VPD -  Visual Perceptual Disorder

VMDD -  Visual Motor Deficit Disorder

Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dyspraxia

Low Muscle Tone

Neurodiverse
 Children



With The Focus On:

We Are Looking Forward To Hearing From You!

900 Witwatersrand

Strubensvalley

Gauteng