Candy Meyer, founder and developer of Minds-in-Motion recently spoke at the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club weekly dinner meeting at the Quality Inn. Pictured are from left to right Jack Pitts, Candy Meyer and Paul Rogers. Minds-in-Motion is a brain-training program based on NASA technology. It utilizes a unique blend of balance exercises, gymnastics and applied technology, all focused on strengthening the brain’s ability to process and organize information. MIM’s fifteen years of clinical research has proven that by strengthening the inner ear (vestibular system), they can make life-changing results in behaviors and abilities. Their clinical studies have been backed by a published peer-reviewed study conducted by the University of Louisville. They have discovered a powerful correlation between the functioning of the inner ear (vestibular system) to “student issues” such as reading, sensory/motor dysfunction, poor attention & focus, poor coordination, hyper-active or under active behavior, easy distraction, social interaction and emotional distress among others. Minds-in-Motion school programs run in over 17 states now, and advanced development centers are located in Louisville, KY and Carmel, IN. Minds-in Motion builds stronger bodies and smarter minds! The Kiwanians thanked Candy for her presentation and especially her work with kids.