Rhythm and Timing Exercises

When engaged in precise rhythm and timing activities, the goal is to improving the brain’s efficiency and performance by improving auditory processing, short-term memory, working memory, processing speed, cognitive resources, executive function, motor coordination, and sensory processing . In other words, rhythm and timing is an intricate component of everything we do, including how we move and think and helps us become better organized.

  • Attention
  • Coordination
  • Language processing
  • Reading and math fluency
  • Control of impulsivity/aggression
  • Sensory Processing Issues
  • Auditory Processing Issues
  • Physical endurance and stamina
  • Concentration to filter out internal and external distractions