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Nov
18
Sat
BRMT for Exceptional Children, Part 2 – Alpharetta, GA – Kate Wagner
Nov 18 @ 8:30 am – Nov 19 @ 5:30 pm

BRMT for Exceptional Children – Part 2

Blomberg Rhythmic Movement Training for Exceptional Children, Part 2 is a continuation of Part 1.

This intermediate level course addresses how BRMT affects our emotions and cognitive functions. Participants will learn movements that support the connection from the limbic system to the prefrontal cortex, and techniques to modulate emotional responses. Some topics included in this course are:

• Emotional Development, Moro and Fear Paralysis Reflexes
• Motor Function and the Limbic System
• Autism and RMT: emotional self-regulation
• Asymmetric Tonic Neck Reflex (ATNR), Babkin Reflex, Grasp Reflex, Hands Pulling, Bauer Crawling Reflex
• Using Rhythmic Movements and Games to Integrate Each Reflex
• Rhythmic Movement Training for Cerebral Palsy
• Questions and Modifications for a Variety of Ages and Abilities

Previous knowledge required: BRMT for Exceptional Children, Part 1; or BRMT Level 1

CEUs/CPDUs available.

Instructor/Contact: Kate Wagner  630-418-0486  brmtusa@nullgmail.com  www.retrainthebrain.org

Location: Alpharetta GA, USA

Course/Level: BRMT for Exceptional Children, Part 2

Dec
9
Sat
BRMT for Exceptional Children, Part 1 – Alpharetta, GA – Kate Wagner
Dec 9 @ 8:30 am – Dec 10 @ 5:30 pm

BRMT for Exceptional Children – Part 1

Blomberg Rhythmic Movement Training for Professionals and Parents working with Exceptional Children

Part 1

In this basic level course, participants will learn how to use BRMT to treat motor, emotional, and cognitive functions of children. Exceptional children include those with special needs such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, ADD/HD and others. BRMT exercises are used in combination with games and activities in order to integrate primitive reflexes. Faculties such as language, motor ability, attention, impulse control, and sensory processing are thereby developed. Some topics included in this course are:

• The Triune Brain and Development
• Development and Primitive Reflexes
• RMT Active and Passive Movements
• Identifying and Testing the Following Reflexes:
– Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex (TLR) – Landau – Symmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex (STNR) – Amphibian Reflex – Spinal Galant reflex – Babinski Reflex and ATNR
• Using Rhythmic Movements and Games to Integrate Each Reflex
• Questions and Modifications for a Variety of Ages and Abilities

No previous knowledge required. CEUs/CPDUs available.

Instructor/Contact: Kate Wagner  630-418-0486  brmtusa@nullgmail.com   www.retrainthebrain.org

Location: Alpharetta, GA, USA

Course/Level: BRMT for Exceptional Children, Part 1

Jan
12
Fri
BRMT for Exceptional Children, Part 2 – Alpharetta, GA – Kate Wagner
Jan 12 @ 8:30 am – Jan 13 @ 5:30 pm

BRMT for Exceptional Children – Part 2

Blomberg Rhythmic Movement Training for Exceptional Children, Part 2 is a continuation of Part 1.

This intermediate level course addresses how BRMT affects our emotions and cognitive functions. Participants will learn movements that support the connection from the limbic system to the prefrontal cortex, and techniques to modulate emotional responses. Some topics included in this course are:

• Emotional Development, Moro and Fear Paralysis Reflexes
• Motor Function and the Limbic System
• Autism and RMT: emotional self-regulation
• Asymmetric Tonic Neck Reflex (ATNR), Babkin Reflex, Grasp Reflex, Hands Pulling, Bauer Crawling Reflex
• Using Rhythmic Movements and Games to Integrate Each Reflex
• Rhythmic Movement Training for Cerebral Palsy
• Questions and Modifications for a Variety of Ages and Abilities

Previous knowledge required: BRMT for Exceptional Children, Part 1; or BRMT Level 1

CEUs/CPDUs available.

Instructor/Contact: Kate Wagner  630-418-0486  brmtusa@nullgmail.com  www.retrainthebrain.org

Location: Alpharetta GA, USA

Course/Level: BRMT for Exceptional Children, Part 2

Jan
19
Fri
BRMT for Exceptional Children, Part 1 – Alpharetta, GA – Kate Wagner
Jan 19 @ 8:30 am – Jan 20 @ 5:30 pm

BRMT for Exceptional Children – Part 1

Blomberg Rhythmic Movement Training for Professionals and Parents working with Exceptional Children

Part 1

In this basic level course, participants will learn how to use BRMT to treat motor, emotional, and cognitive functions of children. Exceptional children include those with special needs such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, ADD/HD and others. BRMT exercises are used in combination with games and activities in order to integrate primitive reflexes. Faculties such as language, motor ability, attention, impulse control, and sensory processing are thereby developed. Some topics included in this course are:

• The Triune Brain and Development
• Development and Primitive Reflexes
• RMT Active and Passive Movements
• Identifying and Testing the Following Reflexes:
– Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex (TLR) – Landau – Symmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex (STNR) – Amphibian Reflex – Spinal Galant reflex – Babinski Reflex and ATNR
• Using Rhythmic Movements and Games to Integrate Each Reflex
• Questions and Modifications for a Variety of Ages and Abilities

No previous knowledge required. CEUs/CPDUs available.

Instructor/Contact: Kate Wagner  630-418-0486  brmtusa@nullgmail.com   www.retrainthebrain.org

Location: Alpharetta GA, USA

Course/Level: BRMT for Exceptional Children, Part 1

Jan
25
Thu
BRMT Level 1 – Alpharetta, GA – Kate Wagner
Jan 25 @ 8:30 am – Jan 26 @ 5:30 pm

Basic 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.

No previous knowledge required. CEUs provided.

Instructor/Contact: Kate Wagner, 630-418-0486  brmtusa@nullgmail.com  www.retrainthebrain.org

Location: Alpharetta GA, USA

Course/Level: Level 1

Jan
27
Sat
BRMT Level 3 – Alpharetta, GA – Kate Wagner
Jan 27 @ 8:30 am – Jan 28 @ 5:30 pm

Level 3: Rhythmic Movement Training and Dyslexia

This 2-day course deals with how our reading and writing ability is affected by various factors such as vision, articulation and motor ability.

Prerequisites: Level 1; Level 2 is recommended.

Instructor/Contact: Kate Wagner  630-418-0486  brmtusa@nullgmail.com  www.retrainthebrain.org

Location: Alpharetta GA, USA

Course/Level: Level 3

Feb
9
Fri
BRMT Level 2 – Alpharetta, GA – Kate Wagner
Feb 9 @ 8:30 am – Feb 10 @ 5:30 pm

Level 2: Rhythmic Movement Training, Emotions and Inner Leadership, the Limbic System This 2-day course addresses the effects of BRMT on emotions, and social and emotional maturity. Students learn how to work with movements to get in touch with the emotions, then to stabilize them when they threaten to take command. The course also deals with reflexes that especially affect our emotions, such as the Fear Paralysis and the Moro reflex.  It is a necessary supplement for anyone who wishes to work with Rhythmic Movement Training.

Previous knowledge required: BRMT for Exceptional Children, Part 1, or BRMT Level 1 CEUs/CPDUs available.

Instructor/Contact: Kate Wagner, brmtusa@nullgmail.com www.retrainthebrain.org

Location: Alpharetta, GA, USA

Course/Level: BRMT Level 2

Feb
11
Sun
BRMT and Diet in Autism and ADD – Palmer, AK – Kate Wagner
Feb 11 @ 8:30 am – Feb 12 @ 5:30 pm

BRMT and Diet in Autism and ADD

This 2-day course deals with the great importance of diet and food supplements when working with BRMT. In autism, ADHD, dyslexia and motor problems, food intolerance is becoming more and more common and may interfere with sensory, motor and reflex integration 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 (fear paralysis, Babkin reflex, and grasp and hand pulling) and how to conduct BRMT with children suffering from autism and ADD.

No previous knowledge required.

Instructor and Contact: Kate Wagner, 630-418-0486  brmtusa@nullgmail.com   www.retrainthebrain.org

Location: Palmer, AK, USA

Course/Level: BRMT and Diet in Autism and ADD

Feb
16
Fri
BRMT for Exceptional Children, Part 1 – Palmer, AK – Kate Wagner
Feb 16 @ 8:30 am – Feb 17 @ 5:30 pm

BRMT for Exceptional Children – Part 1

Blomberg Rhythmic Movement Training for Professionals and Parents working with Exceptional Children

Part 1

In this basic level course, participants will learn how to use BRMT to treat motor, emotional, and cognitive functions of children. Exceptional children include those with special needs such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, ADD/HD and others. BRMT exercises are used in combination with games and activities in order to integrate primitive reflexes. Faculties such as language, motor ability, attention, impulse control, and sensory processing are thereby developed. Some topics included in this course are:

• The Triune Brain and Development
• Development and Primitive Reflexes
• RMT Active and Passive Movements
• Identifying and Testing the Following Reflexes:
– Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex (TLR) – Landau – Symmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex (STNR) – Amphibian Reflex – Spinal Galant reflex – Babinski Reflex and ATNR
• Using Rhythmic Movements and Games to Integrate Each Reflex
• Questions and Modifications for a Variety of Ages and Abilities

No previous knowledge required. CEUs/CPDUs available.

Instructor/Contact: Kate Wagner  630-418-0486  brmtusa@nullgmail.com   www.retrainthebrain.org

Location: Palmer, AK, USA

Course/Level: BRMT for Exceptional Children, Part 1

Feb
20
Tue
BRMT Level 3 – Palmer, AK – Kate Wagner
Feb 20 @ 8:30 am – Feb 21 @ 5:30 pm

Level 3: Rhythmic Movement Training and Dyslexia

This 2-day course deals with how our reading and writing ability is affected by various factors such as vision, articulation and motor ability.

Prerequisites: Level 1; Level 2 is recommended.

Instructor/Contact: Kate Wagner  630-418-0486  brmtusa@nullgmail.com  www.retrainthebrain.org

Location: Palmer, AK, USA

Course/Level: Level 3