Over recent years the cerebellum has been a major topic of discussion in the neuroscience world. It was thought of that the cerebellum which is the co-ordination centre of the brain only had motor functions. Now it has been proven that the cerebellum is involved in cognitive and emotional processes also. What this means is that the same techniques we are using to make decisions and regulate emotions are also learned in the same place in which we learn how to control our limbs and co-ordinate our bodies.
Using aspects of training timing, co-ordination, complex movements and reflection practice, we can learn to empower our-selves to improve the way in which we regulate our thoughts and also understand our emotions. There is a direct link and a feedforward / feedback releationship between how we move, how we think and also how we feel. As we can visually see how we move and physically feel how we move training this aspect feeds into the the other two aspects of brain functioning.