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Different levels RMT. Here we explain the different courses given in March 2017 by Moira Dempsey.

RMTi One - Focus, Organization & Comprehension op 8, 9 en 10 maart 2017

 
Class Category: Foundation Classes
Class Credits (CEU equivalent)
14 Contact Hours (1.4 CEU credits)
 
Class Description
In this 2-day course participants learn the basics of the Rhythmic Movement Training: how rhythmic movements can be used to assist in regulating muscle tone; stimulating the connections between the cerebellum and the neocortex, especially the frontal lobes in order to improve attention and control impulses. The course also includes examining the role of the primitive reflexes in development, and how to integrate them using rhythmic movements and isometric pressure.
Ideal for OTs, OTAs, PTs, PTAs, SLPs, parents, social workers, family and mental health therapists, developmental optometrists and VTs, yoga therapists, classroom teachers; special education teachers; nursury and preschool teachers, health care providers; massage therapists, trauma specialists and caregivers; kinesiologists, Brain Gym instructors.
Includes a full color illustrated manual:
RMTi Level 1—RMT for Focus, Organization and Comprehension, by Moira Dempsey, USA Edition, Copyright 2012
The manual for this practical and experiential course is based on the theoretical work from Movements That Heal, by Harald Blomberg, MD and Moira Dempsey (2011).
 
Assessments
Students taking the RMTi courses for professional credit or continuing education must fulfill the following requirements:
Attend the entire duration of the training
Complete a written test of at least 75% correct answers demonstrating an understanding of the important concepts taught in the class.
Actively participate in experiential learning and practicing of the movements.
Show competency in lab work.
Submit a completed training evaluation form.
Students are expected to read the course manual and to actively participate in class discussions.
 
Recommended/Optional texts:
Movements that Heal, Rhythmic Movement and Primitive Reflex Integration—A Drug-Free Approach to Learning, Sensory, Emotional and Behavioral Challenges, Harald Blomberg, MD and Moira Dempsey, 2011.
Reflexes, Learning and Behavior, A Non-Invasive Approach to Solving Learning and Behavior Problems, by Sally Goddard, Fern Ridge Press, 2002.
Recommended texts can be purchased at www.rmtsupport.org, Amazon or Book Depository
For further information contact RMT Administration at info@rhythmicmovement.com
Any educational aids and materials sold during and RMTi training courses may involve a minimal proprietary interest on the part of the Instructor or RMTi.
 
Class Objectives:
Upon course completion students will be able to:
Identify 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 understanding of 17 Rhythmic Movements.
Indicate if primitive reflexes are un-integrated and discuss the importance of integration to foundations of sensory-motor, emotional and cognitive function.
Describe the research showing the connection between un-integrated reflexes and functional challenges.
Assess 6 key primitive and postural reflexes for clients: Tonic Labyrinthine, Spinal Galant, Landau, Babinski, Symmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex, and Amphibian Reflex.
Experience, notice and express ‘before and after’ changes that occur from doing 17 Rhythmic Movements
Demonstrate the movement patterns and protocols for integrating 6 key primitive and postural reflexes: Tonic Labyrinthine, Spinal Galant, Landau, Babinski, Symmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex, Amphibian Reflex.
Class Agenda
RMTi_One_Agenda-2.pdf
Class Outline
Teaching methods include - The course involves a mixture of theory and practical and experiential applications, presented through a combination of Powerpoints, videos, demonstrations; discussions and practice sessions.
Learning Outcomes - How rhythmic movements 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.
Topics include:
How RMT builds neuro-sensory-motor foundations for focus and higher level learning skills
Basics in brain development for learning, attention and comprehension
Ways to identify developmental imbalances
Information on a selection of reflexes involved in laying the foundations of focus and comprehension – Tonic Labyrinthine (TLR); Landau; Symmetrical Tonic Neck (STNR); Spinal Galant; Amphibian; Babinski
Methods for integrating primitive reflexes
The 17 foundational RMT passive and active movements
Topics
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.
 
 
Deze module kost € 709,90 inclusief 21% BTW,
Herhaling van deze module kost  € 610,90 inclusief 21% BTW,
Inschrijven kan via info@deroodedraak.com
  

RMTi Three - RMT for Reading and Writing op 11 en 13 maart 2017

 
Class Category: Foundation Classes
Class Credits (CEU equivalent)
14 Contact Hours (1.4 CEU credits)
 
Class Description
This 2-day course deals with how our reading and writing ability is affected by various factors such as our vision, our ability to recognize 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.
Ideal for OTs, OTAs, PTs, PTAs, SLPs, parents, social workers, family and mental health therapists, developmental optometrists and VTs, yoga therapists, classroom teachers; special education teachers; nursury and preschool teachers, health care providers; massage therapists, trauma specialists and caregivers; kinesiologists, Brain Gym instructors.
Includes a full color illustrated manual:
RMTi Level 3 - RMT for Reading and Writing, by Moira Dempsey, USA Edition, Copyright, 2012.
The manual for this practical and experiential course is based on the theoretical work from Movements That Heal, by Harald Blomberg, MD and Moira Dempsey (2011).
 
Assessments
Students taking the RMTi courses for professional credit or continuing education must fulfill the following requirements:
Attend the entire duration of the training
Complete a written test of at least 75% correct answers demonstrating an understanding of the important concepts taught in the class.
Actively participate in experiential learning and practicing of the movements.
Show competency in lab work.
Submit a completed training evaluation form.
Students are expected to read the course manual and to actively participate in class discussions.
Recommended/Optional texts:
Movements that Heal, Rhythmic Movement and Primitive Reflex Integration—A Drug-Free Approach to Learning, Sensory, Emotional and Behavioral Challenges, Harald Blomberg, MD and Moira Dempsey, 2011.
Reflexes, Learning and Behavior, A Non-Invasive Approach to Solving Learning and Behavior Problems, by Sally Goddard, Fern Ridge Press, 2002.
Recommended texts can be purchased at www.rmtsupport.org, Amazon or Book Depository
For further information contact RMT Administration at info@rhythmicmovement.com
Any educational aids and materials sold during and RMTi training courses may involve a minimal proprietary interest on the part of the Instructor or RMTi.
 
Class Objectives
Upon course completion students will be able to:
Demonstrate how the 17 Rhythmic Movements can be combined to create more in-depth movements replicating how infant movements become more complex.
Identify how movement and sensory processing are linked together for development.
Demonstrate how to add vision and auditory information when checking reflexes.
Demonstrate how to add vision and sound to the 17 Rhythmic Movements
Explain the importance of infant movements for the myelination of the corpus callosum and the ability to develop specialization of the hemispheres
Explain the development of fine motor skills
Review the Moro, Tonic Labyrinthine and Symmetrical Tonic Neck reflex. Provide additional information about these reflexes
Demonstrate the movement patterns and protocols for the Asymmetric Tonic Neck, Head Righting, Hand-Moth Babkin, Infant Grasp and Hands Pulling Reflexes.
Class Agenda
RMTi_Three_Agenda-2.pdf
Class Outline
Learning Outcomes- Understand how our reading and writing ability is affected by various factors such as vision, the ability to recognise the sounds of the language and motor ability.
Topics include:
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.
Further information and integrating techniques for the 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
Class Prerequisites
RMTi One - Focus, Organization & Comprehension
RMTi Two – Emotions, Memory and Behavior
 
 
Deze module kost € 455,40 inclusief 21% BTW,
Herhaling van deze module kost  € 381,40 inclusief 21% BTW,
Inschrijven kan via info@deroodedraak.com
 
 

Face the Fear op 14 en 15 maart 2017

 
Class Category: Special Interest Classes
Class Credits (CEU equivalent)
14 Contact Hours (1.4 CEU credits)
 
Class Description
In this class we examine the role 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.
Teaching methods include - The course involves a mixture of theory and practical and experiential applications, presented through a combination of Powerpoints, videos, demonstrations; discussions and practice sessions.
Includes illustrated manual:
Face the Fear (RMT for Communication and Emotional Stability), by Moira Dempsey, USA Edition, Copyright, 2014
The RMTi courses are recommended for OTs, PTs, educators, psychologists, counselors, health care professionals, parents, kinesiologists, adult students, and caregivers.
Recommended/Optional texts:
Reflexes, Learning and Behavior, A Non-Invasive Approach to Solving Learning and Behavior Problems, by Sally Goddard, Fern Ridge Press, 2002.
Recommended text can be purchased at www.rmtsupport.org, Amazon and Book Depository
Assessments
Students taking the RMTi courses for professional credit or continuing education must fulfill the following requirements:
Attend the entire duration of the training
Complete a written test of at least 75% correct answers demonstrating an understanding of the important concepts taught in the class.
Actively participate in experiential learning and practicing of the movements.
Show competency in lab work while working in pairs with student partners during the class.
Submit a completed training evaluation form.
Students are also expected to read the course manual and to actively participate in class discussions and activities.
 
Class Objectives
Upon course completion students will be able to:
Recognize the importance of the FPR and Moro reflexes in establishing a sense of security and stability.
Indicate how the clinging and grasping reflexes relate to the Moro reflex and how if they are retained they can delay emotional maturity.
Explain the role of reflexes in developing language
Recognize how retained reflexes can effect emotional and behavioral development
Identify emotions with specific retained reflexes
Demonstrate passive isometrics to promote postural, proprioceptive and vestibular integration
Summarize the role of reflexes in establishing bonding and attachment
Review the role and functions of the flight-or-fight response
Demonstrate how to recognize which rhythmic movements to use with specific retained reflexes
Demonstrate how to use facial massage techniques to integrate reflexes influential in developing language and emotional maturity
Demonstrate the movement patterns and protocols for integrating the FPR, Moro, Grasp, Plantar, Rooting, Suck, Spinal Perez and Babkin Reflexes
Identify protocols to stabilize emotional overwhelm connected to postural instability
Topics
The role infant movement and reflexes play in language development, emotional stability, impulse control, curiosity, developing relationships and independence.
Regulating the flight-or-fight reflex
The critical importance of integrating the Fear Paralysis and Moro and related reflexes for sensory processing, emotional regulation and social development.
  
Class Agenda
RMTi__-_Face_the_Fear_-_Agenda-2.pdf
Class Outline
Learning Outcomes - This course expands our understanding of the role reflexes play in developing a sense of safety so we can learn to live with a sense of belonging, stability and confidence. The establishment of a healthy ability to bond and attach is essential for developing our ability to express and communicate on all levels – physically, emotionally, socially, mentally and behaviorally.
Topics include:
A deeper look at the role the Fear Paralysis plays in all the above aspects
Exploration of the role reflexes associated with the Moro - Palmar, Infant Plantar, Rooting, Suck, Babkin and Spinal Perez – play in helping to establish language abilities, and develop maturity, confidence and self-esteem.
Simple techniques and tools for enhancing the integration of these reflexes with both children and adults.
 
Class Prerequisites
RMTi One - Focus, Organization & Comprehension
RMTi Two – Emotions, Memory and Behavior
 
 
Deze module kost € 455,40 inclusief 21% BTW,
Herhaling van deze module kost  € 381,40 inclusief 21% BTW,
Inschrijven kan via info@deroodedraak.com
 
 

RMT Intensive (4 days) op 17,18,19 en 20 maart 2017

 
Class Category: Special Interest Classes
Class Credits (CEU equivalent)
32 Contact Hours (3.2 CEU credits)
 
Class Description
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.
Your manuals from RMTi One and Two are used:
RMTi Level 1—RMT for Focus, Organization and Comprehension, by Moira Dempsey, Copyright 2012 
RMTi Level 2—RMT for Emotions, Memory & Behavior, by Moira Dempsey, Copyright 2012
The manuals for this practical and experiential course is based on the theoretical work from Movements That Heal, by Harald Blomberg, MD and Moira Dempsey (2011).
Recommended/Optional texts:
Movements that Heal, Rhythmic Movement and Primitive Reflex Integration—A Drug-Free Approach to Learning, Sensory, Emotional and Behavioral Challenges, Harald Blomberg, MD and Moira Dempsey, 2011.
Reflexes, Learning and Behavior, A Non-Invasive Approach to Solving Learning and Behavior Problems, by Sally Goddard, Fern Ridge Press, 2002.
Recommended texts can be purchased at www.rmtsupport.org, Amazon, or Book Depository
 
Assessments
Students taking the RMTi Intensive course for professional credit or continuing education must fulfill the following requirements:
 Attend the entire duration of the training
 Complete written summaries of group activities in the class.
Actively participate in experiential learning and practicing of the movements, reflexes and other activities
Show competency in lab work.
Submit a completed training evaluation form.
Students are expected to have a reasonable knowledge of the RMTi One and Two course manuals and to actively participate in class discussions.
Class Objectives
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
 
 
Topics:
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.
Class Agenda
RMTi_Intensive_Agenda-2.pdf
Class Outline
 
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.
 
Topics include:
How RMT builds neuro-sensory-motor foundations for focus and higher level learning skills
Basics in brain development for learning, attention and comprehension
Ways to identify developmental imbalances
Information on a selection of reflexes involved in laying the foundations of focus and comprehension – Tonic Labyrinthine (TLR); Landau; Symmetrical Tonic Neck (STNR); Spinal Galant; Amphibian; Babinski; Fear Paralysis; Moro
Methods for integrating primitive reflexes
Understand the 17 foundational movements in depth
How long term stress affects posture
Relating specific postural imbalances to specific retained reflexes
Creating new movements
Creating alternate reflex checks
Marketing and organisation
 
Class Prerequisites
RMTi One - Focus, Organization & Comprehension
RMTi Two – Emotions, Memory and Behavior
 
Additional Prerequisites
To have practiced the movements with yourself and others. A genuine desire to gain an in-depth understanding of movement and development, and a willingness to participate, question, and explore is needed.
 
Deze module kost € 709,90 inclusief 21% BTW,
Herhaling van deze module kost  € 610,90 inclusief 21% BTW,
Inschrijven kan via info@deroodedraak.com
 
 
 



Praktische informatie RMT

Eerstvolgende data: 5 t/m 14 maart 2019
Locatie: Midden van het land, exacte locatie volgt nog. 
Duur: Face the Fear: 2 dagen, Making Connections: 2 dagen, Intensive: 4 dagen. 
Prijs: RMT 1&2: 709,70 RMT 3: 455,40 Face the Fear: 455,40 Intensive: 709,70
Docent(en): Moira Dempsey 
Doelgroep: Voor degenen die werken en leven met kinderen en volwassenen met uitdagingen, zoals ADD/ADHD, concentratieproblemen, autisme, hoog-gevoeligheid, hersenletsel, epilepsie. Alzheimer, Cerebrale Parese, syndroom van Down, Angelman syndroom.