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Monday, 1 October 2012

Reflex Integration Training in Calgary: Nov 9-11, 2012

Greetings,

I am writing to you from Washington State, US because I will be in Alberta teaching a course that is ideal for OTs and PTs.


The course announcement is below and we would appreciate if you would let your members at the Alberta OT Pediatric Interest Group know about this opportunity.
If three or more of your members would like to attend, we can offer each of you a 10% discount on the already low tuition if you can register by October 12th.

I welcome any questions you have and would you be interested to read some of our inspiring case studies?


Thank you for any help you can give to forward this announcement.


Sincerely,

Sonia Story

360-732-4356

www.moveplaythrive.com

Movement for Optimal Brain Function

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Reflex Integration Training available in Calgary, November 9-11, 2012


Greetings,

You are invited to an excellent training course for helping children and adults develop their learning, language, sensory processing, stamina, emotional calm and social happiness.

The Rhythmic Movement Training (RMT) course was developed by author and psychiatrist, Harald Blomberg, MD and kinesiologist, Moira Dempsey and is available in Calgary, November 9-11, 2012, taught by certified RMT instructor, Sonia Story.


We are seeing tremendous results for children and adults, especially those who have challenges with:


  • sensory processing disorders autism
  • Aspergers
  • visual processing
  • ADHD
  • anxiety, depression
  • underfunctioning, low self-esteem
  • FASD
  • poor stamina
  • Parkinson's
  • TBI
  • emotional outbursts
  • speech delay
  • learning challenges
Read what OTs and PTs are saying about Rhythmic Movement Training:
 
"RMT provides such usable information. The results are so quick and powerful. In 45 years of doing Physical Therapy, these are the most valuable tools I've ever learned."-Maxine Hoffman, PT Dayton, Ohio

"RMT provides the "missing piece" in my practice of school based OT"-Becky Beals, OT Ionia, Michigan


"Great information and the key to work with clients and help them." Michelle Mintz, OT W. Bloomfield, Michigan


Here is a short video about the benefits of RMT.


1. From a Special Ed teacher (1 minute, 10 sec)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QABV1dhI6nM&NR=1


(Video clip shared with permission of author Susan Phariss, at Brain Fitness Strategieshttp://
www.brainfitnessstrategies.com)

For more information about the Calgary, Rhythmic Movement Training this November, go to:

http://www.moveplaythrive.com/icalrepeat.detail/2012/08/22/79/


To see course brochure and mail in registration form, go to:

http://www.moveplaythrive.com/images/pdf/rmt_calgarynov2012.pdf


Or register on-line at:

http://tinyurl.com/3tc3quk


To see related research ago to

http://www.moveplaythrive.com/images/pdf/ResearchonReflexes.pdf


To see case studies click here:

http://www.moveplaythrive.com/testimonials.html


HISTORY and TRACK RECORD


RMT was developed over 25 years ago in Sweden by psychiatrist Harald Blomberg, MD who initially learned about movement to help with his own motor coordination difficulties resulting from childhood polio. Dr. Blomberg was astounded to find that the rhythmic movements helped his psychiatric patients recover from psychosis and schizophrenia without drugs. Dr. Blomberg and Moira Dempsey's book, Movements That Heal, is available from Amazon.com


Thank you for your interest in this program if you have questions contact Tracy Cukulin,
tracyc@shaw.ca, 403-286-1460.

Please forward this announcement to your colleagues.


With appreciation,

Sonia Story

360-732-4356

Chimacum, Washington, USA
YouTube - Videos from this email




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