With a passion for children and a love for movement, Karyna le Roux started her own Kinderkinetics practice in 2011 after completing her studies at the North West University.
She is a qualified Kinderkineticist with a master’s degree in Kinderkinetics. She also has several courses behind her name, which includes play therapy, music therapy, gymnastics, Learn to swim, First aid, SNAP Autism, the Colourstrings kindergarten associate music teacher course, Primitive Reflexes 101 and many more. Karyna is also a qualified NBI brain profile practitioner. She did her Honors thesis on the effect of a neuro-motor stimulation program on ADHD in children.
As the mother of 5 young children, she values quality education, optimal stimulation, whole-child development and ‘n fair chance in life for every child. That is why she decided to incorporate Biolink in her Kinderkinetics practice. “To give every child the opportunity to reach their full potential, to prepare and enhance themselves for life. And to try and minimize any obstacles that may get in a child’s way of reaching their full potential”
At Biolink Attention Training, we offer support, hope, answers, and solutions for children and adults with ADHD and other learning disorders or academic challenges. We also provide resources and training toward the continuous professional development of teachers, as required by die South African Council of Educators.
Study after study confirms children today are struggling more than ever before with academic, social, and behavioural issues that impact their success in school.
We want to take hands with parents and teachers to ensure our children get the best support and assistance when having academic or learning challenges. We strongly believe that the role parents play in the school system should be clearly defined, and teachers should be the inspirational leaders of a diverse world.
The only way we can do that, is by empowering parents and teachers. We want to generate new knowledge through a broad array of workshops, research materials, and supportive information, and use the content for classroom strategies.