Summer 2017 Blomberg Rhythmic Movement Training

Coming this summer!
Liz Jones-Twomey and Harald Blomberg (creator of Rhythmic Movements) will be teaching Levels 1 & 2 in the Kitchener-Waterloo region. 

1. BRMT Level 1: Rhythmic Movement Training and Primitive Reflexes 

In this 2-day course participants learn the basics of the rhythmic movement training: how rhythmic exercises can be utilized to regulate muscle tone, stimulate the brain in order to improve attention and control of impulses, and to diminish hyperactivity. The course also includes a survey of the most important primitive reflexes in these conditions, and how to integrate them with rhythmic exercises. Reflexes taught: Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex (TLR), The Landau Reflex, The Symmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex (STNR), the Spinal Galant Reflex, The Amphibian Reflex, and the Babinski Reflex.  Participants will also learn the rhythmic movements that stimulate the Nerve Chassis and Cerebellum. 

No previous knowledge required.

2. BRMT Level 2: Rhythmic Movement, Emotions and Inner Leadership, the Limbic System 

This 2-day course enables participants to work with movements to get in touch with emotions, and to stabilize emotions when they threaten to take command. 

The course also deals with reflexes that especially affect our emotions: the Fear Paralysis reflex, the Moro reflex, and the Tendon Guard reflex. Understanding these reflexes is necessary for anyone who wishes to work with rhythmic movement training. Other reflexes taught: Spinal Perez reflex, Movements for the Limbic System Integration, STNR. 

Previous knowledge required: BRMT level 1.

To register for both of these courses, please fill out the registration form attached here.

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