Primitive Reflexes & Rhythmic Movment Therapy RMTi

What are Primitive Reflexes?

We are all born with primitive reflexes that are meant to 'do their job' then go away (integrate). If this is not the case they can act as a barrier to learning, sensory processing, physical development / coordination and emotional maturity.

What is Rhythmic Movement Therapy?

Rhythmic Movement Therapy or RMTi uses small rhythmic movements that address any unintegrated reflexes resulting in everyday tasks becoming easier leading to a happier home, school or work life.

Who can Rhythmic Movement Therpay help?

Everyone! But we see particularly big changes in individuals living with Autism, ADHD, Dyspraxia, Dyslexia, Parkinson's, Anxiety, Anger, and general difficulties with reading & writing.  Get in touch to find out how brain & body boost can help.

Free 15 minute phone consultations...

...a great way to find out more about Primitive Reflexes & Rhythmic Movement Therapy

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Initial Consultation £55 including a comprehensive report

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Follow up consultations £50

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One to One Services

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Initial Consultation

At brain & body boost in Huddersfield, I offer a one hour initial consultation to run through some some information about primitive reflexes and rhythmic movement therapy  along with completing some simple assessments to identify retained primitive reflexes, and for clients to complete a questionnaire. Towards the end of the session I will show clients a few RMTi movements (rhythmic movement therapy) to practice at home before our next consultation.  The movements should be done daily (ideally) and should take no more than a few minutes to start with.

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Follow Up Consultations

Approximately 4 weeks after the initial consultation, we meet again to catch up on any changes since we last met and any benefits from the movements and then review the rhythmic movements given.  We then look at some additional movements to address the retained reflexes and any other useful strategies and tools.  This consultation lasts around 40 minutes. 

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Growth Work & Report

After each consultation I will provide a Growth Work summary (movements to practice at home) as a reminder of the movements we have done in the consultation.  After the initial consultation, I will provide a full report detailing my findings from the assessment.

Bookings

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17 Fieldhouse Drive, Slaithwaite, Huddersfield, HD7 5BY

07823 538789

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10:00 – 15:00

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RMTi for School Readiness Workshop 14th/15th September 2019

The Workshop

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  This workshop covers: 

The role of Infant Reflexes in the developmental process, together with what happens if these reflexes are still causing challenges

 How to identify when primitive reflexes are not integrated

Rhythmic Movements to integrate the reflexes

Activities & games to introduce movements to children

Developing your own playful activities & games to incorporate to make sure children are ready to fully participate in learning

The Students

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    Open to parents, classroom / SEN / preschool teachers, sports coaches, childcare workers, nursery workers & anyone wishing to learn about Rhythmic Movement Training


Course Tutors  

Janice Graham has a teaching background with a wide experience of supporting children with special needs. She is passionate about supporting others to fulfil their potential through movement based programmes. She has been a Brain Gym Instructor since 2005 and an RMT Instructor since 2012 and tailors bespoke programmes for schools and early years’ settings. Underpinning her work as an instructor, Janice has a busy practice working 1-1 with children and their families. 


Kate Rigby is mother to two lovely young boys one of whom happens to have Down Syndrome. She came across RMT in her path to help her sons, but also found it made a massive positive change to her own life. She works 1-1 with children and adults and loves helping them deal with the challenges they are facing including autism, ADHD, dyspraxia, dyslexia, anxiety, anger, difficulties with concentration & focus, problems learning to read & write, and general learning delays.

   

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 Investment: £275.00 for 2 days

including manual & light refreshments

Lunch is not provided




For more information on Rhythmic Movements visit:

www.rhythmicmovement.org

www.rhythmicmovement.org.uk

     







For further details on the workshop please contact:

Kate Rigby 

07823538789

brainbodyboostrmti@gmail.com

www.brainbodyboost.co.uk

About Me

My Background

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I was introduced to Rhythmic Movement Therapy by a local charity and further enthused by a fantastic RMTi Consultant.  After attending some training to help my son, who happens to have Down Syndrome, I was bowled over by the number of people this therapy can help with these simple yet powerful movements. 

My Experience

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Now a fully qualified RMTi Consultant, I love helping children and adults overcome their challenges, which can include: Anxiety, Anger, Autism, ADHD, Dyspraxia, Dyslexia, Parkinson's, learning difficulties, depression, focus & concentration difficulties, and general delays in reading & writing. List list is not exhaustive so please get in touch to find out if I can help you.

About Me

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When I'm not working I enjoy exercising and spending time with my young family  - outdoors, at the cinema, enjoying music, and eating good food!

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Testimonials

"He is like a different child Kate!! He does the infinity exercise and the original exercises completely off his own back now if he gets stressed! He can talk to me when he realises he is getting stressed but they are so few and far between!!" Quote from Mum of a 9 year old boy with suspected high functioning autism


“I have Parkinson’s Disease [MSA]. Symptoms include poor balance, poor eyesight, poor sleep pattern, gait freezing, etc....I was extremely sceptical about the theories behind Rhythmic Movement. However I have now been trying the prescribed exercises aimed at the areas of the brain most affected (Basal Ganglia causing problems with movement, Cerebellum causing poor balance and coordination, Brain stem causing autonomic problems such as poor bladder and blood pressure control) for a couple of months and have improvements in my symptoms.  My sleep pattern [early waking] has improved [without drugs]. My eyesight problems [ataxia of eyelids] have been alleviated. I still have bad days and better ones, but on the whole I feel better.” Quote from a 72 year old man diagnosed with Parkinson's (MSA)

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How can I help?

Get in touch if you would like to find out more about primitive reflexes and rhythmic movement therapy - or book in for a free phone consultation - a great way to find out more!

brain & body boost

Slaithwaite, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire

07823 538789