Rhythmic Movement Training Level 1 & 2 (ADD/ADHD/Autism)

Remanlay RMT

what is RMT?
Rhythmic Movement Training (RMT) is dedicated to bringing tremendous benefits to children and adults with challenges including:

  • ADD/ADHD
  • dyslexia
  • dyspraxia
  • coordination difficulties
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Parkinson’s disease and stroke

RMT looks at the role of developmental movements that babies naturally make

  • Before birth
  • The first six months after birth
  • As they get up on their hands and knees
  • As they learn to walk

RMT looks at how these movements are crucial in laying down the foundations for neural network pathway growth and myelinisation in the brain, and its effect on learning as we grow and develop, and come to rely on the lifelong postural reflexes.  It works with integrating the retained, or underdeveloped, infant reflexes that are involved in learning challenges such as ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, writing problems, focussing and comprehension challenges, co-ordination difficulties and Asperger’s Syndrome.

RMT has also been successful in working with people with anxiety, panic, emotional imbalances, behavioural problems, schizophrenia, Parkinson’s, psychosis and general overwhelm.

this training is best for
If you work in these fields :
Education • social work • physiotherapy • occupational therapy• psychology and psychiatry chiropractic • kinesiology • care giving for children, the elderly or adults with special needs. OR
are a family member of someone with special needs, are interested in self-growth.

dates
RMT 1: 15 & 16 Oct 2011
RMT 2: 17 Oct 2011

course organizer and location
Breakthru Enrichment Station
70-2, 2nd Flr, Blk H, Platinum Walk
Taman Danau Kota, Setapak
53200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Map: http://breakthru.com.my/map

course content
RMT Level 1 (RMT and ADD/ADHD)
16 Hours

In this 2-day course participants learn the basics of the Rhythmic Movement Training: how rhythmic movements can be used to assist in regulating muscle tone; stimulating the connections between the cerebellum and the neocortex, especially the frontal lobes in order to improve attention and control impulses. The course also includes examining the role of the primitive reflexes in development, and how to integrate them using rhythmic movements and isometric pressure.

Participants in this class have been teachers, occupational therapists, physiotherapists/physical therapists, behavioural optomotrists, vision trainers, kinesiologists, Brain Gym instructors, doctors, nurses, early childhood specialists etc. Course content includes:

What is RMT?
The Triune Brain and Development
Nerve Chassis, Cerebellum,
Reptile Brain/Basal Ganglia
Development and Primitive Reflexes
RMT and Primitive Reflexes
TLR, Landau, STNR, Spinal Galant, Amphibian, Babinski
Active and Passive Movements for Integration
Identifying Developmental Imbalances

RMT Level 2 (RMT & The Limbic System)

This 1-day course addresses how the rhythmic movement training affects our emotions, how to work with movements to get in touch with our emotions and to stabilise them when they threaten to take control. It also examines how stress and daily life affects our body and how the rhythmic movements can help to relax and ease muscle tension. It is a necessary supplement for anyone who wishes to work with rhythmic movement training. The course also deals with rhythmic movement training in autism and psychosis. Course content includes:

Emotional Development and RMT
Moro Reflex and Emotions
Motor Function and the Limbic System
Movements for Emotional Development
Muscle Tension and Repressed Feelings
Movements to Relax Muscle Tension and Release Feelings
Movement for the Limbic System
Movements for the Spine
The Importance of Play
Emotional Reactions to RMT
Frontal Lobes the Limbic System and RMT
Autism and RMT

Pre-requisite: RMT Levels 1

speaker’s profile
RemanlayHenry Remanlay, has been learning and using RMT for special needs children since 2003, and a Brain Gym and TFH Instructor since 2002. with his wife, Dr Tan Shot Yen, establish “ Dr TAN WELLBEING CLINICS & REMANLAY SPECIAL NEEDS’ HEALTH ” in 2008, Henry gives many consultations in some special needs schools in Jakarta.

 

 

 

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[Testimony] In two months, we noticed a great leap in our son’s development

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After my son was rejected by two kindergartens, my wife and I sought professional help. He was diagnosed with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) by a psychologist at four years old and later with Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD) and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) . As parents, we were confused and  did not know how to help our child.

Being full-time professionals, my wife and I struggled for time.  Many times, we missed our son’s appointments with his occupational and speech therapists. Then, we were introduced to BEST Centre by our OT. In two months, we noticed a great leap in our son’s development.

We understand that our child, now six years old, is at his prime learning age.   We also realize that besides the external assistance, we also need to give him our best support. This desire led me to temporarily resign from my job. My wife and I attended the Brain Gym (R) 101 International Certificate Course. During the course, I discovered the need of change in my attitude and the missing part in search of strategies to solve my child’s learning problem. Learning the Brain Gym ® course helped me to integrate my new initiative and reinforce willingness to implement my goals.

I also signed up for Diploma in Special Need Education at the Linguistic Council and attended many other workshops. In this journey, I discovered more creative ways to communicate with my son, which include replacing TV hours with outdoor activities like kicking ball and swimming.

In a few months, we noticed that our son was able to better manage his behavioral problems. He is now more willing to adapt to changes and is more obedient, too.

Mr Chong