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- Individual Lessons -

Child'Space: Individual one-on-one therapy sessions for babies and children

Personalized, hands-on treatment sessions are particularly helpful for parents who have specific questions or concerns regarding their child’s development.

These sessions are accommodated to the needs of children with various sensory-motor challenges and promote gross and fine motor abilities, emotional growth, early language and communication skills.


A baby is capable of absorbing and mastering new information and skills in an exceptional way. Changes are often perceived quickly and are long lasting.  Therefore, if we address the challenges early enough, we are more likely to prevent difficulties in the future.


How does a session go?

The sessions promote gross and fine motor abilities, emotional growth, early language and communication skills.

Learning through play: Sensory-motor stimulation and exploration is designed to meet each child’s needs. Touch, movement and communication techniques are used in a supportive and playful environment. Organic learning through touch, movement and play has a positive effect on the child's emotions and self-confidence. 

Positive learning approach: The sessions focus on developing new skills and solutions, based on what the child is able to do and feels comfortable with, rather than emphasizing the difficulties. The missing elements are being taught in a way that considers the child’s individual pace and characteristics. This is the right way to engage the child and create motivation for change.

Taking care of yourself as a parent: Guiding the parent is an essential part of the process, as well as providing emotional support. OrtaI's expertise in social work enables her to address these two imperative matters successfully.


Nurture the relationship with your child: As a parent you want the best for your child. Sometimes it is hard to see your child's strengths behind the challenges she or he are facing. The sessions help you be aware of the progress your child is making and to learn how to nurture the development at home in a simple, natural, joyful way.

Parents say that after a few sessions:

  • Their child is sleeping and eating better

  • Shows new movements

  • Is More relaxed and crying less

  • Is engaged in playing for longer periods

  • Makes more sounds and eye contact



  • Premature babies

  • Delayed milestones (developmental delay): head lifting, rolling, crawling, sitting, walking.

  • Tummy-time refusal

  • Bottom shuffling

  • Toe walking

  • High or low muscle tone

  • joint hypermobility

  • Poor movement repertoire


  • Torticollis (tilted head, limited side)

  • Plagiocephaly (Flat Head)

  • Hip Dysplasia

  • Spina Bifida

  • Club Foot

  • Scoliosis

  • Injuries


  • Visual impairment

  • Difficulty with self-regulation

  • Over or under sensitivity to movement, touch, sound, temperature, textures etc.

  • Poor Balance, Coordination and Orientation

  • Concentration and focus

  • Poor Vocalizing

  • Difficulties with walking, running, jumping, climbing.

Children with Special Needs

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Neurological conditions

  • Genetic Disorders

  • Metabolic conditions

  • Autism Spectrum

  • Down Syndrome

"Because touch, more than any other sense, has such ready access to young babies' brains, it offers perhaps the best possible opportunity, and one of the easiest, for molding their emotional and mental well-being." Lise Eliot, Professor of Neuroscience and Author

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