Introduction to INPP

The INPP Method is based on over 45-years of pioneering research, expertise and practice investigating and helping children to resolve physical factors underlying learning and behavioural problems. It is a completely drug-free and non-invasive programme using tailored daily physical exercises to help a child succeed. INPP’s proven track record demonstrates how the method can help children to overcome difficulties associated with:

  • Writing
  • Reading
  • Educational underachievement
  • Attention
  • Dyslexia
  • Developmental Coordination Disorder (Dyspraxia)
  • Poor co-ordination, including clumsiness and balance related problems
  • Behavioural problems such as bed wetting and poor concentration
  • Panic disorder in adults (when balance related issues are present)

The INPP method provides assessment and intervention in the form of a daily movement programme, which is carried out at home under parental supervision to improve the physical foundations for learning.  Progress is assessed at 6 – 8 weekly intervals.

INPP has witnessed a growth of interventions using similar techniques in combination with other therapies, which do not necessarily have the same evidence base as the INPP method. It is the goal of INPP to maintain their high level of quality standards.

INPP also  offers three levels of training for professionals to provide health practitioners, clinicians and teachers with the necessary skills to identify signs of neuromotor immaturity in children presenting with a range of specific learning difficulties and behavioural problems. A list of qualified practitioners (Licentiates) who have completed a one year INPP approved practitioner course and agree to abide by an annually renewable code of practise may be found via the contact page of INPP national websites.

Please note that any person, organisation or other entity that does not appear on the Licentiate list is not a Licentiate INPP Practitioner operating under the approved Licentiate qualification required to practise the INPP method to Licentiate standard and they are not lawfully entitled to hold themselves out or advertise as being a Licentiate INPP Practitioner other than the persons listed on the contact/Licentiates page of the INPP international or national websites. (See International contact link)

Follow the link below to see video interviews with medical professionals working in cooperation with the INPP method in Hungary.


During the Covid-19 pandemic only, INPP will be offering an abridged version of Module 1 of the INPP Practitioner Training Course online from 8th to 11th February 2021 inclusive. Modules 2 and 3 will be arranged after March 2021. For further information and adjusted syllabus, contact