Your newborn's first three months...

This a period when your baby is adapting to the new world, and you are adapting to being a parent. You want to make sure everything with your child is off to the best start possible.

The six movements in this FREE program organize your baby's core to prepare them for all the playful development about to unfold. These moves are ideal to begin at age 0-3 months. (If older you may need adaptations from our coaches.)

Each new movement video becomes available weekly for six consecutive weeks. (You will have continued access following the six weeks.)

Your baby having the best possible

start is our mission!

Our expertise is about the essential role of the body's micromovements developed in this early period of life.

Our goal is to get you and your baby off to the best start possible, and our gift to you is this set of movements to use for playtime during baby's first few months.

We also offer options for coaching along the way in case your baby is a bit of a challenge.


Common Questions

When and how often to do the movements.

a.    The movements can be done daily as part of your routine.

b.    You can skip a day when your routine is off.

c.     Try to get in a least 5 days of doing the movement, and then continue to the next week of the program.

d.    You can adapt moving your baby to respond to their needs and way of moving. A little playful variety is just what they need. This might include tiny movements, slow movements, faster movements, or even a long pause.

e.    If your baby seems to enjoy one movement more than another, use your intuition and have fun with it!

What you will notice.

The baby’s movements smooth, organize and become more symmetric. Control of these little movements sets the stage for the milestones ahead!

When You Select the Coaching Option you also get...

We are observing a trend over time of basic organization and maturation of infant movements. The movements you are using for play help to fill in little movement gaps which may have arisen from prenatal positioning, birth stress, and post-natal stress, illness or medical procedures.

What we are not doing.

We are not diagnosing any developmental conditions, although we may recommend a consultation with medical or developmental professionals.

Example Curriculum

  Week 1: Rocking Core
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  Week 2: Matching Sides of Core
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  Week 3: Matching Arms and Legs to Core
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  Week 4: Matching Front to Back of Core
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  Week 5: Matching Top and Bottom of Core
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  Week 6: Linking Arms and Legs to Create a Middle
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Your Welcome Baby Gift!

Six videos for baby's best start possible!

Access to six videos over six weeks.

You will have unlimited access once you've completed them.

The Team Supporting You in the Program

The professional team at The Bridging Institute have years of working with children of all ages, backgrounds, and developmental stages. They are here to help you with specific questions and adaptations to your child's unique background.

Becki Logan
Becki Logan

A child at heart, Becki shares her love of play and movement while guiding you to helping your child. Her background includes developmental preschool teaching and Child Life Specialist at La Rabida Children's Hospital. Her MS in Child Life is from the Erikson Institute. She is certified in the Integrated Listening System.

Leslie Teng
Leslie Teng, MPT

Leslie loves working with little ones and how they move! Her career as a pediatric PT includes years at La Rabida Children's Hospital, Early Intervention in IL , and private practice. She is also certified in Prechtl's General Movement Assessment, the Integrated Listening Program, and more.

Lynne Golden
Lynne Golden, OT/RL

Lynne loves to play with babies and dogs. Her career working with children began at Riley Children's Hospital supporting NICU infants. Her work with older children comes from her time at the Beth Osten Clinic.

Behind the Program

Cara Lindell, Founder

The Bridging Institute and the Bridging Technique

Cara's unique background as a mom, systems engineer and an exercise specialist led her recognize the micromovements in the body, and how they develop before birth and as an infant.

The truly amazing insight was they could change given guidance, support and a little wiggle here and there.