Educational Kinesiology Symposium 2014 (28 March) 肌动学与特殊孩童学能发展研讨会

A Focus on Developmental Strategies for People With Special Needs. Breakthru Enrichment Station organized the first Educational Kinesiology Symposium in Malaysia, with the objective of bringing awareness of various educational strategies, methods, tools and testimonies in assisting special needs people/children’s development and growth. This is a one day event, and there were a total of Read More

Primitive Reflexes – does your child have them?

What is a “reflex”? Most of us are familiar with and have experienced a simple reflex – touch something hot or sharp with your finger: what happens? – you very quickly pull your hand away from the heat or pain, without thinking about it! This is a reflex action. It is an involuntary reaction in Read More

Educational Kinesiology Symposium 2014 for Special Needs

28 March 2014, 9-5pm. 由言语治疗师, 物理治疗师, 药剂师, 儿童心理学家,有特殊孩子的家长,韵律动学导师,  触动学导师, 健脑操导师及顾问来研讨 如何有效的帮助特殊需求人士及孩童们的身心发展。(现场华语翻译) Speakers from Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia came together for a focused discussion from the perspectives of Speech Therapist Occupational Therapist, Pharmacist, Child Psychologist, Parents who have special needs adults, Rhythmic Movement Training International Instructor & Provider, Touch for Health® Instructor, Brain Gym® Instructor Read More

Next Rhythmic Movement Training (RMT 1,2,3 & Facial Reflexes)

(April 2011 RMT 1 & 2 Class graduates) We are glad to inform that Mr. Henry Remanlay is coming to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia this October 2011 to conduct another highly effective RMT Level 1 & 2. We are also excited to have Ms. Moira Dempsey conducting another superb RMT Level 3 and Facial Reflexes for Read More

RMT Level 3 & FRP Training confirmed

We have invited Moira Dempsey to conduct RMT Level 3 and FPR for us in Malaysia this year at our centre (BEST Centre). The schedule is CONFIRMED as below: For more benefits of RMT, you may refer to the international website. RMT Level 3 22 & 23 April 2011 – 9am-5.30pm FRP 24 April – Read More