From a parent, whose daughter aged 2 and a half, has been diagnosed with Severe Global Developmental Delay - before starting RMT, she had not grasped anything, could not sit still, speak, or crawl. She has received intensive medical support, all her life. This was received in less than two weeks, after starting with RMT. She’s wobbling less and less, even at moments of stress with her teething pain, she’s been able to remain more still. For the first time ever after an episode of crying in pain at dinner time, she was able to sit on my lap, still enough so I could feed her! This has never happened before. She’s curling her fingers more and more around my hand and fingers. And at times she has reached out for my hands to hold them! And to top it all on Saturday, during this particularly bad teething episode she called me Mummy! Not Ma as she always had, but the full 2 syllable word Mummy. I cannot thank you enough! I feel as though a guardian angel put you on our path and that we were meant to find you so you could help C. I have seen more progress in her in the last 2 weeks than in the last 2 years. She is more engaging too. Having full conversations (in her own language) with me, laughing and calling my attention to things she thinks are funny and amusing. THANK YOU Gaynor, for bringing us such hope and positive progress to our lives.
We have seen so many differences in our child in just the 5 months we have been seeing Gaynor, that we can’t just attribute to ‘maturity’. The ironing pile for a start has dramatically decreased now that he is able to co-ordinate a knife and fork! He reads without missing lines or words, his handwriting has changed completely. He walks taller, the way he sits has changed – there are too many subtle changes to add to this list. He has a more positive outlook on his learning and his true potential is being released, as he is finding it easier to express his ideas and thoughts. We didn’t know what to expect from RMT, but we are so thankful we found Gaynor. Would we recommend RMT – YES!! We are excited to know where the journey will lead to --- Mr and Mrs R
Another client has observed the following changes, in themselves: Walks differently, can run faster, feels calmer/ less anxious, concentration has improved significantly, improved grades at school, is more confident to try things that would have been too scary before, can swim breaststroke and tie shoe-laces. (Could not cope with these before treatment). Their physique has changed - more symmetrical, muscle tone has changed (not as tense), more control between upper and lower body.
When I first started doing the exercises on my son, he would only let me do them for 10 seconds at a time. He could only concentrate on something for five minutes at a time, before he was off doing something else. After six weeks working on him, with just two exercises a day, I have noticed the following changes: He lets me do the exercises for 40 seconds at a time. His concentration has improved dramatically - he can now focus on something for about 45 minutes at a time. He is a lot calmer. He is losing his food intolerances, and can now eat egg, which he couldn't do, before. (One client's feedback at their second consultation.)
With Rhythmic Movement Training, we could see the difference in our son's coordination and posture after just a few months. Gaynor is a caring, patient professional. With her teaching background, your child feels immediately at ease. She's a natural. Many thanks --- Mr and Mrs F
RMT really worked for my daughter. She was having trouble with anger and frustration issues. She had learnt to run before she crawled and was missing some of her gross motor skills. Although she had potential to be the top of her class, she was struggling to get her ideas out and with applying herself. We attended RMT with Gaynor, for 8 months and the differences are amazing! She has got her confidence back, stopped having friendship issues and is much more applied in her school work. She has started to make better progress again. I can’t thank Gaynor and RMT enough, for the difference it has made. --- S.B.