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- 4 Days -RMT Intensive
December 3, 2017 - December 7, 2017
5:00 pm - 1:00 am
Venue Phone: 03-4149 7977
Venue Website: https://breakthru.net.my/
Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Moira Dempsey is a very experienced instructor of kinesiology workshops‚ – including Brain Gym®, Touch For Health, Rhythmic Movement Training and RESET. She also teaches short workshops on Facial Reflex Integra-tion and Tactile Integration. She have taught extensively throughout the world‚ – including USA, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Poland, Dubai, Bahrain and South Africa.
Event Phone: +603-41497977
Class Name: RMT Intensive (4 days)
Class Credits (CEU equivalent): 32 Contact Hours (3.2 CEU credits)
Class Prerequisites: RMTi One – Focus, Organization & Comprehension & RMTi Two – Emotions, Memory and Behavior
This occasional class is for those wanting to know more about RMT. The movements, reflexes, brain theory, posture, behaviour etc are explored indepth in small and large group settings. Participants need to be prepared to come and demonstrate movements and reflexes. Time is spent looking at postures and what they may tell us about reflex retention.
Upon course completion students will be able to:
- Identify in more depth the innate rhythmic movements of infancy and recall why these movements promote brain development, effective learning, speech development, emotional balance, stress release, stamina and postural strength.
- Demonstrate an in-depth understanding of 17 Rhythmic Movements.
- Identify the postures and behaviors related to specific unintegrated primitive reflexes.
- Observe and discuss the postural relationship between the Tonic Labyrinthine, Landau and Symmetrical Tonic Neck Reflexes.
- Observe the relationships between the Fear Paralysis and Moro reflexes and their role in emotional development
- Observe and discuss the postural relationship between the Spinal Galant, Babinski and Amphibian Reflexes.
- Create new passive, active and sitting/kneeling movements using the concepts of rhythmic movement. ♦
- Demonstrate the most efficient and effective ways of undertaking isometric pressure
- Identify the general parts of the brain associated with postural development
- The role infant movement and reflexes play in brain growth, learning, emotional development and behavior, and the research showing the crucial importance of integrating infant reflexes for foundational sensory processing and learning skills.
- Reasons why un-integrated reflexes are a major factor in challenges such as ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, developmental delay, sensory processing disorder, autism, chronic stress/overwhelm and other learning, emotional and behavioral difficulties.
- How Rhythmic Movement Training creates neural links between the brainstem, cerebellum, limbic area and prefrontal cortex and how this helps with stress release, speech development, social-emotional skills, physical skills, learning and behavioral challenges.
Learning Outcomes – A greater in-depth understanding of how all the RMTi techniques – rhythmic movements, isometric pressure, intentional integration – assist in integrating reflexes; why this is important; and what to do to stimulate brain connections for increased impulse control, attention, balance, coordination, stamina and learning.