RMTi ™ 3 Rhythmic Movement Training Level 3 – RMT & Reading and Writing

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  • 2 Days RMT Level 3
    November 28, 2019 - November 29, 2019
    5:00 pm - 1:30 am
  • 2 Days RMT Level 3
    November 29, 2019 - November 30, 2019
    5:00 pm - 1:30 am


Unit 4-5, Lot 4, First Floor, TNK Commercial Center (Chaya Hotel), Off Jalan Mat Salleh, Tanjung Aru, Sabah, 88400, Malaysia


Unit 4-5, Lot 4, First Floor
TNK Commercial Center (Chaya Hotel)
Off Jalan Mat Salleh
88400 Tanjung Aru Sabah, Malaysia


  • Long Mei Wah Phoebe
    Phoebe Long has the privilege of hands-on learning and experiencing Brain Gym® with Dr. Paul Dennison (Founder of Brain Gym® International), Dr. Carla Hannaford (Author of various books i.e. Smart Moves, The Dominance Factor, Awakening the Child Heart and Playing in the Unified Field), Cecilia Koester (Author of Interfacing Brain Gym® with Children Who Have Special Needs) and many other dedicated and passionate instructors.

About The Course

This weekday course deals with how our reading and writing ability is affected by various factors such as our vision, our ability to recognise the sounds of the language and our motor ability. We learn how to check for non integrated primitive reflexes and recognize other motor disabilities that are important in reading difficulties and how to improve reading and writing ability by correcting these balances with rhythmic movements and reflex integration activities.
Pre-requisite: RMT Level 1, RMT Level 2

Rhythmic Movement Training Level 3 (RMT3) – Reading and Writing

Some topics included in this course:

  • Relationship of retained reflexes to reading and writing challenges
  • How to check for non-integrated primitive reflexes relating to reading and writing
  • How to improve reading and writing abilities with RMT movements,gentle isometric techniques and other movement related activities.
  • Futher information and integrating techniques for Moro, TLR and STNR reflexes
  • Development of Head Righting for postural stability leading to efficient learning ability.
  • The importance of the Asymmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex(ATNR) for later reading and writing skills
  • Auditory processing challenges and connection to reading problems
  • Hand reflexes and fine motor development essential for writing skills
  • Eye & Ear Development & Challenges Neural Patterns for Reading