Practicing BEATUBE regularly may contribute to the proper development of a child’s physical, cognitive, emotional, and social capabilities.
Physical – body posture, flexibility, strength, stability, range of movement, freedom of movement, and a sense of proprioception.
Cognitive – learning ability, attention and concentration, memory, time management, coordination, language development, and auditory abilities.
Emotional – enjoyment, interest, self-confidence, success experience, satisfaction from interpersonal communication, and a sense of belonging.
Social – greater motivation to communicate with others and the environment, developing attention and sensitivity to the rhythm of another person.
In addition, the BEATUBE rhythm dictates the timing of meeting points and constitutes a permanent framework of boundaries which is beneficial to the educational development of the child.