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Level One – RMT for Focus, Organisation and Comprehension

Learn the basics of Rhythmic Movement Training, how to do the movements, how rhythmic exercises can be utilised to regulate muscle tone, stimulate the brain in order to improve attention and focus, control of impulses, diminish hyperactivity and improve organisational and comprehension skills. The course also includes information on the most important primitive reflexes often involved in ADHD/ADD and how to integrate them using rhythmic exercises.

No previous knowledge required.

(Two –day course – 14 hours)

Level Two – RMT for Emotions, Memory and Behaviour

Learn how Rhythmic Movement Training affects our emotions, how to work with the movements to get in touch with our emotions and to stabilize them when they threaten to take control.

The students also learn about reflexes that especially affect our emotions, the Fear Paralysis reflex and the Moro reflex. We examine how stress and daily life can affect our bodies and how RMT can help to relax and ease muscle tension.

Pre-requisite: RMT Level 1

(One-day course – 7 hours)

RMT for School Readiness

This new 2-day class focuses on how to use simple Rhythmic Movements with young children and how to identify certain retained primitive reflexes that are causing various challenges for the child.

The aim of this training is to look at movement and development of young children and to make sure they are developmentally ready to participate and achieve in school. You will be learning and using activities and games to introduce the movements to children, as well as developing your own activities and games.

No previous knowledge required.

(Two-day course – 14 hours)

Rhythm, Movement and Play

This is an introductory one day foundation course about the Rhythmic Movement Training programme. An excellent course for an Inset training day and for Nurseries.

The course will help you to understand what physical foundations need to be in-place during our Early Years and up to around 4 years old. You will learn why movement is so important in helping improve brain and sensory development with any age group and ability but especially for young children and preparing them to be ready for pre-school.

No previous knowledge required.

(One-day course – 7 hours)

Making Connections

In this 2-day special interest course participants learn the basics of RMTi and the Rhythmic Movements and how they relate to building neurology and building neural maturity. It is important to stimulate the connections between all areas of the brain in order to function efficiently, and to form the basis of becoming a competent and curious learner. This course looks at how the brain develops from the bottom up and develops these connections between the hindbrain, midbrain and forebrain so that eventually the prefrontal cortex is able to establish the ability to coordinate actions, feeling and thoughts.

No previous knowledge required.

(Two-day course – 14 hours)

Face the Fear

In this special interest course we examine how the Fear Paralysis and the reflexes that are connected to the second stage of Moro, relate to establishing a sense of stability and security, and how they are important for bonding and attachment, communication and language development.

 

Level 1 & Level 2

(Two-day course – 14 hours)

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