Do your kids like to twirl? Ever wondered why? Have you noticed that most parks include some type of spinning apparatus? Welcome to vestibular stimulation. The vestibular nerve is in the inner ear and is responsible for balance, sensing body position, and eye stability. Many kids crave vestibular input. Go for a twirl and enjoy improved balance and body awareness.

To learn more about sensory input enroll in the online Yoga for Preschoolers and Kids with Special Needs course on Yoga In My School. It’s packed with sensory tips to helps kids regulate and soothe their nervous systems.

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