Saturday, March 2, 2013

Rhythmic Movement Training Workshop

Rhythmic Movement Training Levels 1 & 2
Presenter: Sonia Story of Move, Play, Thrive
Where: Little Rock at Pediatrics Plus
When: April 18-20, 2013
Early Registration Deadline: MARCH 11

Rhythmic Movement Training, Level 1 & 2 is a combination of 17 gentle rhythmic movements and primitive reflex integration activities that effectively stimulate brain pathways and optimize potential in all areas of life. Excellent results are being seen for children and adults with challenges. Rhythmic Movement Training (RMT), developed by psychiatrist Harald Blomberg, MD., and Moira Dempsey, has been used for over 30 years to help children and adults overcome learning, sensory, motor, emotional, social, mental health, physical and behavioral challenges. Using these simple yet profound movements tremendous gains are being seen in calming, sensory integration, speech acquisition, strength, posture, and overall functioning. RMT is appropriate for those who have challenges with sensory processing disorders, autism, Aspergers, cerebral palsy, sleep challenges, visual processing, ADHD, coordination difficulties, anxiety, panic, depression, low self-esteem, FASD, poor stamina, Parkinson's, TBI, emotional outbursts, developmental delays, speech delay, dyslexia, and learning challenges.

Rhymic Movement Training is ideal for OTs, PTs, SLPs, RNs, social workers, counselors, clinical psychologists, psychiatric workers, developmental optometrists, special educators, massage therapists, parents, and other caregivers.

For more information clink on the link here.

To see case studies click here.
Here is a short video about the benefits of RMT from an interview with a special education teacher.  (1 minute, 10 sec. video clip shared with permission of author Susan Phariss, at Brain Fitness Strategies
Read what OTs and PTs are saying about Rhythmic Movement Training:

"RMT provides such usable information. The results are so quick and powerful. In 45 years of doing Physical Therapy, these are the most valuable tools I've ever learned."-Maxine Hoffman, PT Dayton, Ohio

"RMT provides the "missing piece" in my practice of school based OT"-Becky Beals, OT Ionia, Michigan

"Great information and the key to work with clients and help them." Michelle Mintz, OT W. Bloomfield, Michigan

You may e-mail Lisa Lipe for full details and workshop brochures: integratedlearnermail AT gmail DOT com

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