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Giving your special-needs child the attention she requires

Do you concentrate on the positive in your child – traits like boundless energy, creative thinking and a giftedness with people? Do you praise your child and tell her that as a result of these traits she is going to go further in certain fields and types of work than other people who are quieter […]

By |September 30th, 2015|ADHD, Children|0 Comments

Get Ahead of the Competition – Train Now for Peak Performance

In the sporting world a great deal of attention is paid to reactions, speed, precision and quick thinking. All of these attributes are affected by timing and when it comes to sporting professionals who want to get ahead of the competition, timing is everything.

While in sports physical strength is very important, so is the mental […]

By |September 30th, 2015|Sport & Performance|0 Comments

The inspirational Pippa Hudson interviewed Sandy George of Winning Wayz

The inspirational Pippa Hudson interviewed Sandy George of Winning Wayz, a certified Interactive Metronome therapist, on her show earlier this year. Find out more about how this therapy can potentially improve all aspects of your child’s life – from school achievement to confidence and behaviour – by listening in to the podcast below

 

 

By |March 19th, 2015|In the media|0 Comments

BizCommunity Medical news

As endorsed by Medical BizCommunity this year, click here to read about a new treatment for youngsters with a range of attention and learning difficulties, including ADHD. Parents need not give up hope or feel that medication is their one and only option.

By |March 19th, 2015|In the media|0 Comments

“New ADHD therapy improves overall performance” All4women.co.za

All4women publication talk ADHD and the alarming high rate of diagnosis. Strong medications like Ritalin (Methylphenidate), which is a traditional solution, may not be the best option for your child. Go to All4women to read up about a new alternative – Interactive Metronome therapy – recently launched in South Africa.

By |March 19th, 2015|In the media|0 Comments

Winning Wayz on 2OceansVibe radio

Did you miss Sandy George’s compelling interview on the Bailey Schneider show on 2OceansVibe radio? Click here to listen in to the podcast on how little by little, over a batch of therapy session, the benefits of IM therapy become evident as the therapy goes about training the brain to function more efficiently. Perfect for […]

By |March 19th, 2015|In the media|0 Comments

Winning Wayz puts attention & learning difficulties under the spotlight at Constantia Village

On Saturday, 28 March, Winning Wayz will have a presence in the Constantia Village shopping centre, just in front of Pick n Pay. We would like to invite all our former customers and their interested friends, family and children to come and say ‘hi!’ at our stand.

Following the success of Interactive Metronome (IM) therapy for […]

By |March 17th, 2015|In the media|0 Comments

How Interactive Metronome Helps with Rugby

In the game of rugby there are a variety of attributes that a team member must have in order for the team to have success. Some of the most required skills of a rugby player include speed, focus, mental processing for strategising, balance and of course timing. In South Africa, Rugby is a very popular […]

By |March 10th, 2015|Adult, Children, Sport & Performance|0 Comments

Sports Injuries – Recover Faster, Heal Easier

If you are a sports enthusiast then you are probably aware of just how much an injury can set you back. Recovering from an injury can have you out of the game for any extended period of time and even after you have healed; your skills or technique may not be the same. Of course […]

By |May 19th, 2014|Sport & Performance|0 Comments

How Interactive Metronome Helps with Cricket

In all sporting disciplines mental and physical training and exercise is required in order for you to excel and succeed. Popular sports that require on-going and intensive training include cricket, soccer, golf, running and so on.

Sports professionals must be prepared, mentally strong and focused if they want to have that competitive edge in their chosen […]

By |April 29th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments