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About Me and How I Work


About Me and How I Work 

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  • What is Rhythmic Movement Training

    I work with: ASD, Aspergers, ADD, ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, CP, Fatigue, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, PD, SPD, SpLd, T21, reading, writing, spelling, mathematical difficulties, using Rhythmic Movement Training.

    Rhythmic Movement Training (RMTi) is a ground-breaking, drug-free, educational program from Sweden. It has been further developed in Australia and is increasingly available as an intervention program, globally. It is firmly grounded in years of scientific research about brain and childhood development.

    Together we will seek to look for root causes of issues. These are identified through physical observation. 

    Using gentle, innate infant movements, I work with you / and your child, to stimulate all parts of the brain, naturally. Thus, giving the brain a second chance, to strengthen and improve the connections, needed for optimal function.

    Finding the pace for change, that is just right for your/your child’s brain, is essential.


  • How much does it cost?

    Free Appointment up to 1 hour – to discuss Rhythmic Movement Training and how it works. This is an opportunity to ask any questions you may have, and ensure you understand exactly what is involved, before you commit.

    This can be conducted either 1-1, in person, via phone call, or via video-link

    Initial Consultation: £175.00 (1.5 hours)

    Follow-up sessions: (1 hour)

    £80.00 – (0-5 years) Once a month is ideal

    £90.00 – (6 years +)

    Six- month packages are available. Please see my terms and conditions, when you sign up.

  • How long do sessions go on for?

    * Approx 1 hour long
    * We work with both the parent and child
    * Find out possible root causes – through physical observation.
    * I teach you some movements/exercises to do at home, that will help you/ your child. 

    YOU DO:
    Simple exercises at home – 2 or 3 a day.
    Exercises take about five minutes – 10 minutes, to do in total.

Gaynor Ralls - Neurodevelopmental therapist

Gaynor Ralls

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I qualified as a consultant in Rhythmic Movement Training, at the end of 2012, and have been practising and refining my knowledge and skills, ever since. As I have worked with a vast array of needs and conditions, I am constantly on a journey to learn more.

I have worked with people with: Autism, Aspergers, Anxiety, ADD, ADHD, Adoption, Depression, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Speech Delays, Global Developmental Delay, T21, Spinal Bifida/Hydrocephalus, generalised learning delays, Specific Learning Difficulties, Sensory Processing Disorders, FAS, Parkinson’s.

I am qualified as an instructor in all of the seven available RMTi courses, and now I teach them, on a monthly basis, in Woking, as well as travelling internationally, to teach others about this method of reflex integration and natural brain stimulation.

I truly love what I do, and never get tired of sharing in the journeys of transformation that take place. In some cases it takes a lot longer to get the body and brain to change, than I’d like to see, but equally, others have responded incredibly quickly, too. No two people’s journeys are the same, and no one can predict what their journey will be like. My job is take care of every single individual, who comes through my door, to the best of my ability.

Core to the healing process is consistency of doing the movement program agreed. I also consult closely with other practitioners, who have skills to help my clients to accelerate their progress, where appropriate.


I have to say I am thrilled with the RMT sessions that my son has attended, Gaynor really is fantastic. My son had a bit of a "tick" he was throwing back his head and blinking repeatedly, Gaynor dealt with that in one session! We also had difficulty with writing and homework as he could NOT sit still to write. If he was to try to read a book he would be twisting on his seat and reading upside down and in all sorts of peculiar positions. He had a fiddle toy in Class assembly and couldn't stand up straight in a queue, he was always swaying from side to side or leaning on people or things. With the help of Gaynor and the exercises that she gives him he now has none of those issues and he is able to concentrate on learning and it has really helped so much. He's so much more aware now of how he feels and has so much more confidence, I can't recommend her enough.

Di Braid

Gaynor is a wonderful person and practitioner. She is so knowledgable and applies her knowledge in a caring and person centred way. We have noticed significant maturing and growth through RMT which cannot be simply explained by age and normal development. My Son recently went up 3 levels in school in 1 term in writing. He struggles with maths and after the first month of doing RMT he could see the patterns and recall facts which he could not before. He has matured in ways which have helped his relationships with peers and lessened less socially unacceptable traits ! The development issues which we or school just could not tackle and which caused my Son frustration are diminishing and we look forward to continuing our RMT journey. Thank you Gaynor .

Anna Chris