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Rhythmic Movement Training and RMT Courses

Rhythmic Movement Training and RMT CoursesRhythmic Movement Training and RMT Courses

What is Rhythmic Movement Training (RMT)?  It is a movement based, primitive (infant or neo-natal) reflex integration program that uses developmental movements, gentle isometric pressure and self-awareness to rebuild the foundations necessary to help overcome sensory, emotional and behavioral challenges for children and adults. (this post contains affiliate links)

Who provides rhythmic movement training?  Pediatric occupational and physical therapists can become trained in rhythmic movement training.  Other practitioners can also be trained such as speech language pathologists, parents, teachers, etc.

How does RMT help children develop sensory motor skills?  The active movements facilitate bilateral coordination skills, muscle strengthening, mid range control and balance skills.  In addition, the repetitive, rhythmic movements provide vestibular input which many children find very calming and relaxing to help prepare the body for learning new skills.

Where can you get trained in RMT? Move Play Thrive is currently offering an online RMT course with open enrollment until 10/31/17. This online training will help you to learn in-depth, extensive tools to facilitate effective neuro-sensory-reflex movement programs for all ages. Find out more at the Move Play Thrive website.

Would you like to make a huge difference for children and adults who are struggling?
You can transform sensory processing issues with the tools from the Brain and Sensory Foundations course.
These easy-to-learn movements mature the brain, body and sensory systems. They help overcome challenges with learning, anxiety, focus, speech and coordination.
Effective for all ages for promoting:
.  Calm sensory processing
.  Improved Sleep
.  Emotional regulation
.  Speech
.  Balance, Strength, Coordination
.  Learning/Cognitive skills
.  Release of stress and anxiety
.  Social skills
Perfect for everyone with busy schedules.
.    Online, video-based movement instruction available 24/7
.    Course Manual, 100 page hardcopy, with color photos and instructions.
.    Live, online group Q & A sessions, recorded for easy access.
The Brain and Sensory Foundations course is excellent for parents, OTs, OTAs, PTs, PTAs, SLPs, Vision Therapists, foster parents, counselors, social workers, educators, yoga and massage therapists, trauma specialists, healthcare providers and caregivers.
1.6 CEUs awarded for OTs, OTAs completing course.
8 CCUs for PTs, PTAs completing the course (FSBPT).
FIND OUT MORE INFORMATION HERE  As soon as you enroll you have instant access to these excellent tools.
Comments about the course:
“This course offers some of the most valuable tools and activities for children and adults that I have ever seen since I started practicing OT! I have seen these movements make powerful changes in my clients and help unlock and improve their motor skills, emotional regulation, cognitive functioning and self-esteem!”
Maggie Hall, OTR/L, Atlanta, GA
“My 9 year old with sensory processing disorder has been significantly helped.  Both his sensory seeking behavior and hypersensitivities became greatly diminished.”
Jessica Ealson, CA
“In my 16 years of clinical practice as an occupational therapist, with an extensive continued educational background, I have never before came across a single tool that is able to make such a profound and immediate difference in both neuro-typically developing and disabled pediatric populations.”
Marina K., OTR/L, Brooklyn, NY.
“This course has connected so many dots for me when it comes to providing effective strategies and interventions to so many types of children to improve their quality of life and ability.”
Physical Therapist, PA
“Brain and Sensory Foundations was so comprehensive–the manual, handouts, the video sessions. It was obviously a labor of love. I highly recommend it for any professional who works with children.”
Laura Masciarelli, PT, Wantagh, New York
“I have been practicing OT for almost 25 years of which at least 20 of those years have been in pediatrics. I have attended many conferences/courses over the years. This course by far has been the most beneficial. It is the only course I have attended that some part can be applied to every student/client on my caseload.”
Jennifer Everett, OTR
Learn innate movements that reboot the brain and promote life-long health and well-being.
Reference: Rhythmic Movement Training International.  Retrieved from the web on 8/31/17 at https://www.rhythmicmovement.org/

 

Rhythmic Movement Training and RMT Courses