GrooveEDGEucation Early Years Training – Dance like no one is watching you!

Healthy Start / Départ Santé hosted a 2 hour training with Amy Tepperman from GrooveEDGEucation based in Ontario. Around 10 early learning educators and teachers participated in the high-energy, action packed workshop. The Groove EDGEucation philosophy and resources that use dance and movement as a kinesthetic learning tool while supporting physical, mental, social and emotional health. The program offers training and resources to schools all across Canada.

Thanks to an invitation from the in motion team at the Saskatoon Health Region and in collaboration with the Saskatoon Public School Division Healthy Start will be able to share this new approach with Healthy Start Centres. We can’t wait to incorporate movement to engage body, brain and being – for healthy, active children and their caregivers! For more information check out their website:

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