I believe the more people who are involved in the child’s development program the better. Family members and supporting members of the extended family are welcome to see my sessions. Seeing your special child‘s achievement is a wonderful feeling and can be very encouraging to continue the work.

It depends on your child and your child’s age. Hence, the first step to meet is to book a call or an assessment with me. Every child and every child’s history are different.

During the assessment I can gain a clear picture on what movement elements your child uses and those they lack. Movement elements are the building blocks of motor development: flexion, extension, rotation and their use in action. The outcome will reflect on what developmental age your child represents. When I understand your child’s movement I can use the right tools to stimulate/trigger/provoke missing elements and functions.

I may use different methods to overcome different problems; however, I will not mix therapy tools as each and every modality has its own principles. Please have a look at my blog articles for further information.

Soft, comfortable wear is recommended. Children are moved to positions that they may have not explored by themselves so clothing must be comfortable. No jeans if possible. Please remember to bring shoes and toys for the session.

As a holistic education and movement specialist, I will work with any young child whose movement development still needs support. Once they reach independent walking level, I will no longer work with them. I am able to recommend well-respected professionals who specialise in autism.

If I had a magic wand, I would change the word ‘therapy’ in the dictionary. We must change the word ‘therapy’ to ‘development support’ or alignment, brain-body-mind integration program.

If I could, I would do anything to encourage parents not to wait… any moment. Today we can start working together to support your baby’s development before birth or on day one.

Children who are exposed to less physical, emotional, personal contacts or they have overactive sensory reactions to touch may react and / or cry during their first few sessions. Parents are always welcome to calm their child in between exercises/activities. However, please read the testimonials about changing behaviour during sessions on my website and social media pages. Once trust is built and children become familiar with the handling, they will all settle.

Older children may also react as a form of communication. They are aware of what is happening, and it is not their choice. I personally like to get engaged with these dominant characters and negotiate.

Due to my own personal circumstances, I mainly work on weekdays but I often include weekend days to ease the pressure on working parents.

I am based in Staffordshire and work with the local communities and families here. However, I offer therapy blocks over three-four days nationwide.

I regularly work in Southwest London and Manchester in particular. Participating families agree to organise their own schedule each day within an agreed time range. The families also agree to share my travel, accommodation and subsistence expenses throughout the three-four days.

Please contact me to discuss this further.

If you have this question in your mind and you are visiting my website, then I am sure that I am able to offer something that you have not tried before. Our human motor development is based on and develops by the increasing amount, range and variety of physical interactions with the physical forces, most importantly gravity. The more and wider the range of the movement collection someone is exposed to, the better the chance that the individual will fulfil their movement potential. This is true to all areas of learning.

Movement disorder can be a result of many issues: some genetics, some neurological, some medical. The most important for me when I choose the right approach is whether the problem is progressive /degenerative, or whether it is the result of a traumatic event such as stroke or Cerebral Palsy, removed brain tumour.

My personal criteria filter is weight. Due to my own physical ability I choose to work with younger children: from birth to 5 years, or older but weighing less than 15 kg.

As an Integrative movement and education specialist, I look at and advise and work with children according to their overall needs. Some modalities are not recommended to use for deteriorating conditions.

We all are units of body-mind-thoughts and emotions. Changing positions with assistance and being exposed to the unfamiliar requires physical, mental and emotional adjustment. Based on our own skills and experiences we have different relationships with learning, challenges and also with change.

Younger children learn quicker as they most likely have had less negative experiences and as a result will not have not built strong habits to cope with their challenges.

In order to see changes in movement, a regular and consistent therapy program is needed. If it is possible, I recommend twice a week, or a therapy block every two months. To ensure continuation and consistency, parents are asked to continue with a home program between blocks.

I always give recommendations to parents how to apply therapy at home. Some parents like to have a strongly structured homework package, others feel more comfortable with integrating therapy into the day. Either way results happen when there is consistency and continuity in your children’ lives.


Collaborating with organisations is a win-win matter. Those whose work is already dedicated to improving the lives of disabled children and their families can benefit from additional movement (neuro-motor) input, and we can benefit from extending awareness and sharing practical tools with families.

Depending on the children’s age and needs, we provide custom-made developmental awareness training for parents and staff members to enhance the work/provision of the specific needs of the setting.

Topics may include:

  • What are movement disorders (CP, GDD, RGS ), and how do they affect children’s life
  • How to recognise signs of early developmental delays and how to act early to prevent further problems (premature babies)
  • Practical tools of therapeutic handling throughout the day to regulate emotions, support development and encourage social interactions at home and in social settings
  • The efficient tools to improve the movements and functions of a child with neuro-motor impairment (Cerebral Palsy, Global Developmental Delay, Hypotonia, Spasticity, Rare Genetic Syndrome, Brain injuries: Stroke, PVL, IHP, HIE, Meningitis)

All training is designed and delivered to meet the organisation’s requirements and includes theory and practice on the chosen topic through experiential learning.

These sessions are for families with preschool physically disabled children. However, I welcome children with other disabilities, too, for some of our programs. Parents and carers will learn and work together throughout the sessions.

  • A space that can accommodate a group of 8-10 children
  • Tables and chairs that allow wheelchairs/supported seatings to be positioned (chairs need to go under the table)
  • Toys of all kinds
  • Floor mattresses (if you have any)

I offer free introduction sessions to everyone.

After introduction, the sessions cost from £12-45/p, depending on the nature of the group. There is a possible fund for movement sessions for families in financial need. Please ask for more information.

Communication and Movement sessions aim at preschool children aged 2 to 5.

Siblings are welcome if they allow the primary carer to focus on the child in need. Other preschool-aged children may enjoy joining the sessions without charge.

Please ask parents to dress the child in comfortable wear. Some clothes (jeans, dresses) may get in the way when children practise floor movement. Leggings and tracksuits are easy to clear, and children can move freely while wearing them. Children should have a supportive shoe for weight bearing practices. If a child is only able to sit in a specialised seating, please bring that along.



Sindhana ramalingam
Sindhana ramalingam
8 September 2023
Agi is a wonderful child sensory motor practitioner. She predominantly does CME work. However, she has enriched herself with several other modalities such as movement lessons, child space and more. She is not the kind of practitioner who finds faults with other modalities, she is always open to parents trying different ways of working with the child to achieve a wholistic development.
Julie Knox
Julie Knox
4 May 2023
Very good handling skills with child. Therapist achieved good results from session and child showed improved functional skills within session.
Avinash Kang
Avinash Kang
12 April 2023
We have been working with Agi for 2 years. She is nothing short of phenomenal. Her deep understanding and dynamic way of working with each child really gets results. Agi has studied many modalities (CME; Childs Space; Conductive Education...list goes on). I trust her opinions and ideas. She is such a source of support for my son and myself.
Lisa Greenall
Lisa Greenall
21 March 2023
Agi is simply amazing! We have been working with Agi for over a year now, she is doing a wonderful job with my daughter. To me, Agi is a miracle worker, she has shown me that things are always possible, “you have to trust the process”. And the process is just wonderful. Agi and my daughter have a special bond, you have to be pretty special to have any connection with my daughter as she doesn’t just “click” with anyone, so that in itself means a lot. I highly recommend Agi. I wish I had found her sooner. Thank you for all that you do Agi xx
Sarah Parker
Sarah Parker
21 March 2023
We found Agi after researching CME and started seeing her just over a year ago for our now 4 year old son Rudi who has hypotonia. We have now completed 5 intensive therapy blocks with Agi and we feel so grateful to have her as part of Rudi’s team. Agi is an amazing therapist with a holistic approach and a wide range of knowledge which she is always happy to share. She is incredibly intuitive and has a really genuine and caring approach to working with the child as well as the family. Rudi has progressed so much since we started seeing Agi with improvement in his movement, strength, balance & control. Since starting CME with Agi we have so much more hope for our sons future beyond what we thought may be possible based on ‘normal’ therapy interventions available to us. We would highly recommend anyone in a similar situation to get in touch with Agi and try CME. Our only regret is that we didn’t find her sooner!
Laura Roberts
Laura Roberts
28 February 2023
Can highly recommend Agi’s work! She’s fantastic with all the children she sees and is very knowledgeable. We wish we had found her sooner! A very special lady who cares so much about our very special children!
lulu ye
lulu ye
27 February 2023
I can’t recommend Agi more enough. We feel so lucky to have her helping our son Lucas who has cerebral palsy. Lucas has been seeing Agi for CME and movement lessons for quite a few years. Agi is not only a therapist but also a psychologist, a mentor and a friend. Agi has helped Lucas to maximum reach his potential. We have gradually seeing a lot of improvement of Lucas’ movement and postures that we don’t believe it could have happened. We will recommend Agi to any family who has kids need a bit of help with their movement.
Britta Anderson
Britta Anderson
27 February 2023
Agi is one of a kind! It wouldn't be fair to describe her in just one way because her knowledge and experience with kids is incredibly vast. She's a holistic practitioner who can quickly connect with children and knows just what tools to use to help them. Having Agi in our lives has made such a huge difference, not just for our son Leif but for our whole family. She really helps Leif reach his potential. The support she gives families is endless. We feel super lucky to have Agi in our lives and would recommend her to anyone who needs a little extra help with their child. Seriously, she's amazing!
Szandra Szögedi
Szandra Szögedi
26 February 2023
Szép napot mindenkinek! Az en kis lányom 4 eve született, oxygen hiányosan. Elég sokáig tartott mire ujra élesztették, es amikor sikerült meg mindig nehezen vette a levegőt. Egy hónapot lélegeztető gépen volt mire sikerült ujra önállóan lelegeznie. A hivatalos diagnózis ekkor HIE 2 volt. Hazavittuk gondolván innen mar csak felfele lehet menni, gondolván... Az agyi sérülése ellenére 4 hónapos koráig minden rendben volt es fejlődött mint egy 'normális' gyerek, gurult, tartotta a fejet stb.. Elkezdtek epileptikus görcsök előjönni, 3 fajta a legrosszabb köztük az infantilis spasm ami köztudottan leállítja az egy fejlődését. Egy evet töltöttünk kórházban amire sikerült kontrollálni a gorcseit annyira hogy hazavihessuk. Ez volt a pillanat amikor mi is el tudtunk kezdeni nézelődni a mozgás terápiák piacan. Csináltunk minden felet az accupressure terapiatol a Pető intézetes kondaktiv munkáig. En mindennek adok időt, egy ev minimum. Itt sem volt más a helyzet. Volt fejlődés? Szerettem volna hinni, de nekünk személy szerint nem. Egy kedves anyuka által ismertük meg Agit. A kislányom 3 eves volt mar ilyenkor. Oszinte leszek mikor először elolvastam Agi weboldalát mintha Japánul lett ott volna minden, olyan különböző mozgás fejlesztő terápiák es szakszavak voltak ott hogy azt sem tudtam mik azok. Nem az átlagos köztudott terápiák, némelyiket ki sem lehetett ejteni. Na de felhívtam Agit mert úgy voltam vele hogy hátha es mi különleges gyerekek szülei mindent kiprobalunk csak segítsünk a gyereknek. Mai napig örülök hogy nem tantorottam el az ismeretlentől mert Agi csoda. Nem, nem szalad meg a gyerek 3 nap után tehát nem magic történik de folyamatosan fejlődő munka folyik. Es a gyerek is reagál ra, hala istennek. Nem azt akarom mondani hogy semmi nem jo csak amit Agi csinál hanem hogyha olyan helyzetben vagy mint mi voltunk hogy próbálgatsz különböző átlag által ismert terápiát es nem működik, mindenkeppen adj esélyt ennek is es Agi munkájának! Miért szeretünk Agihoz járni a fejlődésen kívül? 1. O nem ellenzi es szidja a másik terapeutakat mint sajnos nekünk volt ebben részünk másokkal. Neki a gyerek a legfontosabb es mi más lenne nekünk fontos mint szülőknek. 2. Jo vagy rossz nap, van megoldás. Például most par hete nagyon beteg volt a lanyom es 2 hétig agyban volt, semmit nem csináltunk vele mert örültünk ha nem lázas 1 óráig. Na most az fontos tudni hogy az en kicsi lanyom az meg nem tud menni es meg nem onallo, tehát amikor azt mondom agyban volt akkor abban nincs benne pici jarkalas hogy az ízületek es a vérkeringés menjen, semmi. Eteteshez felemeltuk meg néha felultettuk hogy a keringési menjen de annyi. Mire jött a terápia het Agival mar nem volt beteg de meg fajt neki itten ottan nem beszelve hogy osszerandultak az izmai mivel nem volt mozgatva olyan szinten mint amikor nem beteg. Vissza mentünk az alapokhoz es konkrétan könnyed mozdulatokkal Agi 'össze rakta' a lanyom az eredeti formába 4 alkalom által. Most folytatjuk ahol abba hagytuk. 3. Fáradt vagy? Normális, nem baj. Agi ad feladatot minden fele helyzetre es a fejlődés megy tovább. Agi által tanultuk meg hogy nem minden az ha nyomjuk a gyereket mintha edzőtáborban lenne. Sokszor egy lagy es könnyebb mozgás többet segít mint ha sírásig erőltetsz valamit. 4. Flexibilis es megértő. Tisztel minket mint szülőket es hallgat a visszajelzéseinkre. Sajnos az utóbbiban megint nem sok részünk volt mostanáig. A lanyom életében először ült meg 1 percet önállóan par honapja. Kinyomja magát a lábáról, megtartja magát négykézláb meg hasonlok. A keze meg a lába kilazult es mar nem feszeng gombócban a gyerek. Ezek apró dolgok másoknak de szülőknek akinek agyi bénult gyereke van tudni fogja hogy ezek fontos es nem apró dolgok. Ez egy maraton nem sprint. Az idegrendszer rugalmas es tanítható, mindenki másra reagál. Ha hasonló helyzetben vagy es nem tudod mit tegyel, garantálom hogy egy telefonhívás Agival nem lesz veszteség.
Catherine Keeling
Catherine Keeling
26 February 2023
We've been coming to see Agi for over a year now and are thrilled with how well T has progressed in that time. As well as being an incredibly talented practitioner, Agi has a fabulously positive attitude and a beautiful rapport with all of the children.

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