Blomberg RMT

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    Question Blomberg RMT

    Just like to post info about Dr Blomberg Rhythmic Movement Training that may interest some parents with children diagnosis with ADHD/ADD, dyslexia, speech and language delay, CP etc

    Blomberg Rhythmic Movement Training based on the rhythmic movements that infants spontaneously do. Thanks to these, the child learns to find the body and coordination of movement. The movement also stimulates the brain so that neural connections are developed and the brain matures. This lays the foundation for the development of so-called executive functions, such as attention and impulse control, visual skills such as consensus and accommodation, and for language development.

    Infant's rhythmic movements also integrate the primitive reflexes. If the infant skips stages in their development, their primitive reflexes remain active. Active reflexes may impede motor development so that the child has problems such as coordination, balance and stability. In adulthood, active reflexes cause many problems both physically and mentally.

    It is a method that works with movement exercises corresponding to the infant's level. The method differs from sensor motor training primarily through its emphasis on the rhythmic elements of the movements. Kerstin Linde, who for years worked as a self-taught movement educator, originally developed the rhythmic motion exercises. Dr. Harald Blomberg followed her work for a few years in the 80's and then used the method in his work as a psychiatrist. For about 10 years ago he began a more systematic teaching, which he then supplemented by special exercises for the integration of infant reflexes.

    Best Regards,
    Yvonne


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    November 2013 Tour of Dr Blomberg

    November 4 - 5
    BRMT Level 3: Dyslexia, vision and reflexes (with Cantonese translation)

    This 2-day course deals with how our reading and writing ability is affected by various factors such as vision, articulation and motor ability. We learn how to test non integrated primitive reflexes and recognize other motor disabilities that are important for dyslexia and how to improve reading and writing ability by correcting these problems with rhythmic exercises and reflex integration exercises.
    Special importance is attached to vision and learning how to recognize visual problems and improve vision by various exercises.
    Pre-requisite: BRMT Level 1 and 2




    November 7 - 8:
    Rhythmic Movement Training and Dreams and inner healing

    This 2-day course will give the participants tools to work with the sometimes scary dreams that may be caused by rhythmic movement training. The symbols of such dreams are often similar to symbols of myths and folk tales and in the course Dr. Blomberg discusses the meaning of these symbols for healing and integration, and how we can use this information when working with our clients.
    Participants are encouraged to do the movements for a period and keep a dream diary to bring to the course.
    Pre-requisite: BRMT Level 1 and 2




    November 9 - 10
    Rhythmic Movement Training in Kindergarten

    This 2-day course teaches the basics of Rhythmic Movement training in a similar way as the level 1 course. The course teaches how to use the basic rhythmic exercises with preschool children and how to recognize and test for many primitive reflexes that affect the motor, emotional and mental development of the preschool child. Rhythmic movements and games especially adapted to integrate reflexes in preschool children are also taught.





    November 13 - 14
    Rhythmic Movement Training for massage therapists, chiropractors and physiotherapists

    This 2-day course is appropriate to professionals who work with muscle and joint pain and to persons who want work with their own challenges. The course teaches how to test for primitive reflexes that may cause a rotated pelvis or muscle tensions, pain and osteoarthritis in the neck, shoulders, back and hips. The participants will learn how to use simple rhythmic exercises and reflex integrations exercises to achieve a more lasting improvement.





    November 16 - 17
    Rhythmic Movements and Diet in autism and ADD

    This 2-day course deals with the great importance of diet and food supplements when working with rhythmic movements, not only in autism. In ADHD, dyslexia and motor problems food intolerance is becoming more and more common and may interfere with the training. This course teaches how to test for food intolerance and also for food supplements the child may need. The course also deals with primitive reflexes which are especially common in autism and how to conduct the training with children suffering from autism and ADD.





    November 20 - 21
    Teacher Training Level 2

    Pre-requisite: BRMT Level 1 and 2




    November 23 -24
    BRMT Level 3: Dyslexia, vision and reflexes

    This 2-day course deals with how our reading and writing ability is affected by various factors such as vision, articulation and motor ability. We learn how to test non integrated primitive reflexes and recognize other motor disabilities that are important for dyslexia and how to improve reading and writing ability by correcting these problems with rhythmic exercises and reflex integration exercises.
    Special importance is attached to vision and learning how to recognize visual problems and improve vision by various exercises.
    Pre-requisite: BRMT Level 1 and 2