Use products like a Wilbarger Brush, Pressure Massage Kits, Peanut Balls help the brain learn about the position of the body. Therapeutic pressure applied to the joints and muscles tells the body to relax and stimulates brain mapping of the body. Many people with sensory processing disorders report feeling scattered or disjointed which may be related to a faulty proprioceptive sense. People who are clumsy, uncoordinated, and sensory seeking are often experiencing proprioceptive dysfunction. Use these sensory toys and tools as part of your therapy.