Einfinity Education Center respects the individuality of every child and their uniqueness in learning. By understanding every child’s learning style, through identifying their strength and weakness, our educators are able to tailor the educational programs to meet the needs of every child that walks through our door.


As an educator and a mother of 3 very different learning style children, I believe in this quote strongly. I had witness the many little victories when the children in the center overcome their learning challenges, through gentle guidance and encouragement of our educators. It is like seeing a “eureka” moment or the self satisfied look on the child’s face to know that their self confidence and persistence had paid off. It is for those moments that Einfinity learning center stands tall, to provide these children the enrichment and learning programs that they are entitled to, and to walk alongside with them gently guiding them to to reach their optimal potential of learning. I leave you with one of my personal favourite quote about educators, and the responsibilities we have to guide our little futures of tomorrow: Ignacio Estrada once said, “If a child can’t learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn.”

Dr Natalia Liem MsC, PhD Founder of Einfinity Educational Center


Einfinity Prime beyond potential gives services to stimulate learning readiness of every child, one of our technique is “Brain Gym”.

learning-2We use brain gym activities prior to the intended learning, the neurological system is stimulated to accomplished the preferred tasks with joy and ease. Brain Gym movements awakening the brain so your child will learn to enhance learning and build self esteem. Improvements of learning and behavior are often immediate and profound as the child discovers how to receive information and express themself simultaneously. The result is significantly improved education and performance.

This simple, yet powerful, program is used by people of all ages and abilities for a variety of reasons. Brain Gym activities allow your child to more easily reconnect to his or her true potential, to create the space in which to grow. We can provide the space for the child to awaken, to a greater potential.  In the child’s world we create this space for true learning.

Clients, teachers, students have been reporting for the past 20 yrs for the effectiveness of Brain Gym activities, they often bring about dramatic improvements in areas such as concentration and focus, memory, academics (reading, writing, math, test taking), physical coordination, relationships, self responsibility, organizational skills, and attitude.


The founder of Brain Gym are Gail E. Dennison and Paul E. Dennison, Ph.D. Since the beginnings of the Educational Kinesiology Foundation work in 1981 and the publication of book Brain Gym in 1986.

Paul E. Dennison, Ph.D., is a professional educator, a pioneer in the field of kinesiology, and an authority on the breakthrough attainment of cognitive and academic skills. In the 1960s Dr. Dennison began the seminal research that form the basis for the Brain Gym work – the remarkable movement-based learning program that has helped people of all ages turn their learning challenges into successes.

What became the Brain Gym program began when Paul Dennison took John Thie’s Touch for Health training around 1970. Dennison worked as a public school teacher and reading specialist in the 1960s, researching more effective ways to help children and adults with learning difficulties. He worked in East Los Angeles with the innovative educator Dr. Constance Amsden, Director of the Malabar Reading Project for Mexican-American Students, which focused on the development of individual sensory modalities (visual, auditory, and tactile skills) for reading instruction.[7] In the early 1970s, Dennison observed how challenged readers at his learning centers had less access to whole-body movement and postural awareness than more adept readers. He realized how some learners used one-sided motions (such as handwriting) at the expense of the non-dominant side, rather than in coordination with it. Seeing how even successful classroom learners were often tense from relying on primarily one-sided motions, he sought simple ways to teach both coordination and differentiation of movement in the classroom.[8]

In 1975, He began to develop what would later become Educational Kinesiology (Edu-k) —basing his discoveries on his unique understanding of the interdependence of physical development, language acquisition, and academic achievement.

In the early 1980s, Paul joined forces with Gail, an artist and movement educator, who would later become his wife and collaborator. Both Paul and Gail are members of the International Faculty for Brain Gym International, and are committed to a renewal and redefinition of the learning process for people of all ages and abilities.