After a bumpy start with her first child’s early schooling experiences, Moni found her way into Steiner education. Moni has completed her Steiner teacher training in both lower school and kindergarten and has worked in the Steiner 'early years' setting. The needs of her first child again led her to another transformational learning opportunity with Bob Allen, the leading Neuro-developmental therapist based in Windsor. The whole family underwent the program before Moni began her training with Bob.
Moni is now a fully qualified and insured neuro-developmental therapist as well as a Johansen IAS provider. As with her Steiner teacher and 'early years' training, which provided an in-depth understanding of the various stages of human development, she believes that these therapeutic inputs are ways to remove hindrances in one's journey through the path of life.
About Moni Lebon
"Our rightful place as educators is to be removers of hindrances. Each child in every age brings something new into the world from divine regions, and it is our task to remove bodily and psychical obstacles out of his way, to remove hindrances so that his spirit may enter in full freedom into life."
Dr. Rudolf Steiner addressing the Waldorf teachers at the Oxford Course
Contact Moni to arrange for a free 20 mins phone discussion to see if this therapy is suitable for you or your child.
I now practice from my home in Kings Langley, Herts on Saturdays. I also practice at Access Potential in Windsor on Wednesdays (possible waiting list)
Completing the preliminary questionnaire produced by The British Journal of Occupational Therapy
can be the 1st step in getting an idea if you have neuro-developmental delay.