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My name is Agota Rakoczi. I am a pediatric physical therapist with 25+ years of experience.
My biggest passions in life are learning and teaching, along with a deep love for babies.
To be able to live my passions, I study every day to be the best.
The best at teaching babies, to walk, to run, to live as our babies should, free from any restrictions.
I am here to help you teach your baby.
Teach your baby to grow to be a happy, skilled and confident child.
"I always enjoy your teachings! They are very informative and detailed! My baby is doing so much better because of what I learned from you! Thank you! " ~ Pinal, mom of baby boy
"When the doctors diagnosed my daughter with (a genetic disease) they told me she will probably never walk. She is not walking yet, but she is learning skills faster than other children I know with the same disease. This gives me confidence that she will learn to walk! I am so happy!"
~ Amber, mom of a baby girl
"Your teachings gave us hope again! We were devastated when we learned that our baby is delayed in his gross motor skills. Without your guidance our baby would still be delayed! "
~ Lynn, mom of two boys
What is personality? "It is a set of individual differences that are affected by the development of an individual: values, attitudes, personal memories, social relationships, habits and skills." This also includes gross motor skills.
Head control is essential because all of the following motor milestones depend on it. Your baby can not roll, sit, crawl or stand without head control. Babies who have difficulties with head control will either need professional help, or they will learn to hold their head with compensation. This compensation could affect the whole body, the developing movements, and skills.
My success rate teaching kids to walk significantly improved when I changed my goal setting method. Instead of step by step goals, I now have one goal: walking. This allows me to focus mostly on activating and strengthening muscles and muscle groups that keep the body upright and move the body forward in a standing position. The beauty of this approach is that the children learn to sit, crawl on their own or with relatively small intervention.