Apr
24
to Apr 25

BRMT and Primitive Reflexes Level One

Level One is a comprehensive introduction to BRMT. Throughout the course, students will learn how to test for active reflexes as well as integrate them. We will learn how the reflexes are related to the brain stem, cerebellum, and basal ganglia.

BRMT is a primitive reflex integration program that stimulates brain connections for:

• Increased impulse control and attention

• Improved balance, coordination and stamina

• Addresses speech, learning and developmental delays 

For people of any age with challenges including: ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, CP, Autism Spectrum Disorders, insomnia, Reactive Attachment Disorder, PTSD, anxiety, stress, depression, social/ emotional/ sensory/ behavioral challenges, chronic pain or improper muscle tone, and trauma.

BRMT can also be effective with challenges affecting the elderly population including fixations, chronic pain, vision and balance.

Learn the basics of BRMT: how movements can be used to assist in regulating muscle tone and stimulating the connections between parts of the brain, especially as they relate to impulse control and attention. 

Some topics included in this course:

· The Triune Brain and development

· Development and primitive reflexes

· RMT active and passive movements

· Identifying active reflexes

· Movements to integrate reflexes

Reflexes taught in this course:

Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex

Landau Reflex

Symmetrical tonic Neck Reflex

Spinal Galant Reflex

Amphibian Reflex

Babinski Reflex

Movements taught in this class:

Passive movements – to introduce the reflex movement pattern and for those who cannot physically do these for themselves.

Active movements – in a lying position, on hands and knees or kneeling position.

Isometric Integration – The use of light pressure in the reflex position.

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Apr
27
to Apr 28

BRMT and Primitive Reflexes Level One

Level One is a comprehensive introduction to BRMT. Throughout the course, students will learn how to test for active reflexes as well as integrate them. We will learn how the reflexes are related to the brain stem, cerebellum, and basal ganglia.

BRMT is a primitive reflex integration program that stimulates brain connections for:

• Increased impulse control and attention

• Improved balance, coordination and stamina

• Addresses speech, learning and developmental delays 

For people of any age with challenges including: ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, CP, Autism Spectrum Disorders, insomnia, Reactive Attachment Disorder, PTSD, anxiety, stress, depression, social/ emotional/ sensory/ behavioral challenges, chronic pain or improper muscle tone, and trauma.

BRMT can also be effective with challenges affecting the elderly population including fixations, chronic pain, vision and balance.

Learn the basics of BRMT: how movements can be used to assist in regulating muscle tone and stimulating the connections between parts of the brain, especially as they relate to impulse control and attention. 

Some topics included in this course:

· The Triune Brain and development

· Development and primitive reflexes

· RMT active and passive movements

· Identifying active reflexes

· Movements to integrate reflexes

Reflexes taught in this course:

Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex

Landau Reflex

Symmetrical tonic Neck Reflex

Spinal Galant Reflex

Amphibian Reflex

Babinski Reflex

Movements taught in this class:

Passive movements – to introduce the reflex movement pattern and for those who cannot physically do these for themselves.

Active movements – in a lying position, on hands and knees or kneeling position.

Isometric Integration – The use of light pressure in the reflex position.

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Apr
30
to May 1

BRMT Level Two: Emotions and Inner Leadership

Level Two is a mid-level BRMT course that focuses on how active reflexes affect our mood and cognition. We will discuss the role of the limbic system in emotional regulation and stress, as well as how BRMT can be used to help children with autism. Reflex development is closely linked with our experience of our body and emotions, and this course explains how the simple BRMT movements can transform emotional well-being.

BRMT Level Two was accepted by the Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy and the Alaska Board of Physical Therapy for continuing education credits.

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May
3
to May 4

BRMT Level Two: Emotions and Inner Leadership

Level Two is a mid-level BRMT course that focuses on how active reflexes affect our mood and cognition. We will discuss the role of the limbic system in emotional regulation and stress, as well as how BRMT can be used to help children with autism. Reflex development is closely linked with our experience of our body and emotions, and this course explains how the simple BRMT movements can transform emotional well-being.

BRMT Level Two was accepted by the Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy and the Alaska Board of Physical Therapy for continuing education credits.

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May
18
to May 19

BRMT and Primitive Reflexes Level One

Level One is a comprehensive introduction to BRMT. Throughout the course, students will learn how to test for active reflexes as well as integrate them. We will learn how the reflexes are related to the brain stem, cerebellum, and basal ganglia.

BRMT is a primitive reflex integration program that stimulates brain connections for:

• Increased impulse control and attention

• Improved balance, coordination and stamina

• Addresses speech, learning and developmental delays 

For people of any age with challenges including: ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, CP, Autism Spectrum Disorders, insomnia, Reactive Attachment Disorder, PTSD, anxiety, stress, depression, social/ emotional/ sensory/ behavioral challenges, chronic pain or improper muscle tone, and trauma.

BRMT can also be effective with challenges affecting the elderly population including fixations, chronic pain, vision and balance.

Learn the basics of BRMT: how movements can be used to assist in regulating muscle tone and stimulating the connections between parts of the brain, especially as they relate to impulse control and attention. 

Some topics included in this course:

· The Triune Brain and development

· Development and primitive reflexes

· RMT active and passive movements

· Identifying active reflexes

· Movements to integrate reflexes

Reflexes taught in this course:

Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex

Landau Reflex

Symmetrical tonic Neck Reflex

Spinal Galant Reflex

Amphibian Reflex

Babinski Reflex

Movements taught in this class:

Passive movements – to introduce the reflex movement pattern and for those who cannot physically do these for themselves.

Active movements – in a lying position, on hands and knees or kneeling position.

Isometric Integration – The use of light pressure in the reflex position.

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May
20
to May 21

BRMT Level Two: Emotions and Inner Leadership

Level Two is a mid-level BRMT course that focuses on how active reflexes affect our mood and cognition. We will discuss the role of the limbic system in emotional regulation and stress, as well as how BRMT can be used to help children with autism. Reflex development is closely linked with our experience of our body and emotions, and this course explains how the simple BRMT movements can transform emotional well-being.

BRMT Level Two was accepted by the Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy and the Alaska Board of Physical Therapy for continuing education credits.

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Jun
1
to Jun 2

BRMT and Primitive Reflexes Level One

Register at www.brmtbrasil.com

Level One is a comprehensive introduction to BRMT. Throughout the course, students will learn how to test for active reflexes as well as integrate them. We will learn how the reflexes are related to the brain stem, cerebellum, and basal ganglia.

BRMT is a primitive reflex integration program that stimulates brain connections for:

• Increased impulse control and attention

• Improved balance, coordination and stamina

• Addresses speech, learning and developmental delays 

For people of any age with challenges including: ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, CP, Autism Spectrum Disorders, insomnia, Reactive Attachment Disorder, PTSD, anxiety, stress, depression, social/ emotional/ sensory/ behavioral challenges, chronic pain or improper muscle tone, and trauma.

BRMT can also be effective with challenges affecting the elderly population including fixations, chronic pain, vision and balance.

Learn the basics of BRMT: how movements can be used to assist in regulating muscle tone and stimulating the connections between parts of the brain, especially as they relate to impulse control and attention. 

Some topics included in this course:

· The Triune Brain and development

· Development and primitive reflexes

· RMT active and passive movements

· Identifying active reflexes

· Movements to integrate reflexes

Reflexes taught in this course:

Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex

Landau Reflex

Symmetrical tonic Neck Reflex

Spinal Galant Reflex

Amphibian Reflex

Babinski Reflex

Movements taught in this class:

Passive movements – to introduce the reflex movement pattern and for those who cannot physically do these for themselves.

Active movements – in a lying position, on hands and knees or kneeling position.

Isometric Integration – The use of light pressure in the reflex position.

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Jun
3
to Jun 4

BRMT Level Two: Emotions and Inner Leadership, The Limbic System

Register at www.brmtbrasil.com

Level Two is a mid-level BRMT course that focuses on how active reflexes affect our mood and cognition. We will discuss the role of the limbic system in emotional regulation and stress, as well as how BRMT can be used to help children with autism. Reflex development is closely linked with our experience of our body and emotions, and this course explains how the simple BRMT movements can transform emotional well-being.

BRMT Level Two was accepted by the Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy and the Alaska Board of Physical Therapy for continuing education credits.

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Jun
19
to Jun 20

BRMT and Primitive Reflexes Level One

Level One is a comprehensive introduction to BRMT. Throughout the course, students will learn how to test for active reflexes as well as integrate them. We will learn how the reflexes are related to the brain stem, cerebellum, and basal ganglia.

BRMT is a primitive reflex integration program that stimulates brain connections for:

• Increased impulse control and attention

• Improved balance, coordination and stamina

• Addresses speech, learning and developmental delays 

For people of any age with challenges including: ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, CP, Autism Spectrum Disorders, insomnia, Reactive Attachment Disorder, PTSD, anxiety, stress, depression, social/ emotional/ sensory/ behavioral challenges, chronic pain or improper muscle tone, and trauma.

BRMT can also be effective with challenges affecting the elderly population including fixations, chronic pain, vision and balance.

Learn the basics of BRMT: how movements can be used to assist in regulating muscle tone and stimulating the connections between parts of the brain, especially as they relate to impulse control and attention. 

Some topics included in this course:

· The Triune Brain and development

· Development and primitive reflexes

· RMT active and passive movements

· Identifying active reflexes

· Movements to integrate reflexes

Reflexes taught in this course:

Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex

Landau Reflex

Symmetrical tonic Neck Reflex

Spinal Galant Reflex

Amphibian Reflex

Babinski Reflex

Movements taught in this class:

Passive movements – to introduce the reflex movement pattern and for those who cannot physically do these for themselves.

Active movements – in a lying position, on hands and knees or kneeling position.

Isometric Integration – The use of light pressure in the reflex position.

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Jun
29
to Jun 30

BRMT and Primitive Reflexes Level One

Level One is a comprehensive introduction to BRMT. Throughout the course, students will learn how to test for active reflexes as well as integrate them. We will learn how the reflexes are related to the brain stem, cerebellum, and basal ganglia.

BRMT is a primitive reflex integration program that stimulates brain connections for:

• Increased impulse control and attention

• Improved balance, coordination and stamina

• Addresses speech, learning and developmental delays 

For people of any age with challenges including: ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, CP, Autism Spectrum Disorders, insomnia, Reactive Attachment Disorder, PTSD, anxiety, stress, depression, social/ emotional/ sensory/ behavioral challenges, chronic pain or improper muscle tone, and trauma.

BRMT can also be effective with challenges affecting the elderly population including fixations, chronic pain, vision and balance.

Learn the basics of BRMT: how movements can be used to assist in regulating muscle tone and stimulating the connections between parts of the brain, especially as they relate to impulse control and attention. 

Some topics included in this course:

· The Triune Brain and development

· Development and primitive reflexes

· RMT active and passive movements

· Identifying active reflexes

· Movements to integrate reflexes

Reflexes taught in this course:

Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex

Landau Reflex

Symmetrical tonic Neck Reflex

Spinal Galant Reflex

Amphibian Reflex

Babinski Reflex

Movements taught in this class:

Passive movements – to introduce the reflex movement pattern and for those who cannot physically do these for themselves.

Active movements – in a lying position, on hands and knees or kneeling position.

Isometric Integration – The use of light pressure in the reflex position.

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Aug
24
to Aug 25

BRMT Level Two: Emotions and Inner Leadership

Level Two is a mid-level BRMT course that focuses on how active reflexes affect our mood and cognition. We will discuss the role of the limbic system in emotional regulation and stress, as well as how BRMT can be used to help children with autism. Reflex development is closely linked with our experience of our body and emotions, and this course explains how the simple BRMT movements can transform emotional well-being.

BRMT Level Two was accepted by the Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy and the Alaska Board of Physical Therapy for continuing education credits.

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Nov
1
to Nov 2

BRMT Level One Sponsored by Liberty POST

This course will be sponsored by Liberty POST and Jill Gillette in Syracuse, New York. To contact Jill, you can email her or call her at 315-744-3267.

First priority for enrollment will be given to POST employees, and participants outside of POST will be placed on a wait list until a time yet to be determined.  If POST does not have 40 participants, those on the wait list will be offered a spot in the class.  

Level One is a comprehensive introduction to BRMT. Throughout the course, students will learn how to test for active reflexes as well as integrate them. We will learn how the reflexes are related to the brain stem, cerebellum, and basal ganglia.

BRMT is a primitive reflex integration program that stimulates brain connections for:

• Increased impulse control and attention

• Improved balance, coordination and stamina

• Addresses speech, learning and developmental delays 

For people of any age with challenges including: ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, CP, Autism Spectrum Disorders, insomnia, Reactive Attachment Disorder, PTSD, anxiety, stress, depression, social/ emotional/ sensory/ behavioral challenges, chronic pain or improper muscle tone, and trauma.

BRMT can also be effective with challenges affecting the elderly population including fixations, chronic pain, vision and balance.

Learn the basics of BRMT: how movements can be used to assist in regulating muscle tone and stimulating the connections between parts of the brain, especially as they relate to impulse control and attention. 

Some topics included in this course:

· The Triune Brain and development

· Development and primitive reflexes

· RMT active and passive movements

· Identifying active reflexes

· Movements to integrate reflexes

Reflexes taught in this course:

Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex

Landau Reflex

Symmetrical tonic Neck Reflex

Spinal Galant Reflex

Amphibian Reflex

Babinski Reflex

Movements taught in this class:

Passive movements – to introduce the reflex movement pattern and for those who cannot physically do these for themselves.

Active movements – in a lying position, on hands and knees or kneeling position.

Isometric Integration – The use of light pressure in the reflex position.

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Apr
14
to Apr 15

Exceptional Children Level Two

Exceptional Children Level Two focuses on improving the emotional and cognitive functions of young children and those with special needs. It delves even more deeply into using primitive reflexes to develop language, motor ability, attention, impulse control, and sensory processing in exceptional children. This course covers the testing and integration of several reflexes, including the Moro and Fear Paralysis Reflexes, as well as games and activities to integrate reflexes. Prior requirements are Exceptional Children Level One or BRMT Level One.

Exceptional Children Levels One and Two were accepted by the Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy and the Alaska Board of Physical Therapy for continuing education credits.

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Apr
12
to Apr 13

Exceptional Children Level One

Exceptional Children Level One covers 7 primitive reflexes, including the Asymmetric Tonic Neck Reflex, the Spinal Galant Reflex, and the Babinski Reflex. Participants will learn how to use BRMT to improve motor, emotional, and cognitive functions in children, especially those with special needs. This course provides valuable information on healing Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, and ADD/ADHD, and also provides games and activities that can be used to integrate reflexes with kids. There are no prior course requirements.

Exceptional Children Levels One and Two were accepted by the Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy and the Alaska Board of Physical Therapy for continuing education credits.

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Apr
6
to Apr 7

BRMT Level Three

from 100.00

Level Three is high-level BRMT course. Students will learn about the neocortex, which is a part of the cerebral cortex involved in high-level cognitive function, including sensory perception, cognition, motor functions, spatial reasoning, and language. This course focuses on how reflexes associated with the neocortex affect vision, reading, and dyslexia.  BRMT Level One is required before taking this course.

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Apr
6
to Apr 7

BRMT Level One

  • Evanston, IL, 60202 United States (map)
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This course will be taught by Dan Wilke in Evanston, IL on April 6-7.

from 100.00

Level One is a comprehensive introduction to BRMT. Throughout the course, students will learn how to test for active reflexes as well as integrate them. We will learn how the reflexes are related to the brain stem, cerebellum, and basal ganglia.

BRMT is a primitive reflex integration program that stimulates brain connections for:

• Increased impulse control and attention

• Improved balance, coordination and stamina

• Addresses speech, learning and developmental delays 

For people of any age with challenges including: ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, CP, Autism Spectrum Disorders, insomnia, Reactive Attachment Disorder, PTSD, anxiety, stress, depression, social/ emotional/ sensory/ behavioral challenges, chronic pain or improper muscle tone, and trauma.

BRMT can also be effective with challenges affecting the elderly population including fixations, chronic pain, vision and balance.

Learn the basics of BRMT: how movements can be used to assist in regulating muscle tone and stimulating the connections between parts of the brain, especially as they relate to impulse control and attention. 

Some topics included in this course:

· The Triune Brain and development

· Development and primitive reflexes

· RMT active and passive movements

· Identifying active reflexes

· Movements to integrate reflexes

Reflexes taught in this course:

Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex

Landau Reflex

Symmetrical tonic Neck Reflex

Spinal Galant Reflex

Amphibian Reflex

Babinski Reflex

Movements taught in this class:

Passive movements – to introduce the reflex movement pattern and for those who cannot physically do these for themselves.

Active movements – in a lying position, on hands and knees or kneeling position.

Isometric Integration – The use of light pressure in the reflex position.

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Mar
16
to Mar 17

BRMT Level Two

Level Two is a mid-level BRMT course that focuses on how active reflexes affect our mood and cognition. We will discuss the role of the limbic system in emotional regulation and stress, as well as how BRMT can be used to help children with autism. Reflex development is closely linked with our experience of our body and emotions, and this course explains how the simple BRMT movements can transform emotional well-being.

BRMT Level Two was accepted by the Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy and the Alaska Board of Physical Therapy for continuing education credits.

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Mar
2
to Mar 3

BRMT and Diet

This class emphasizes how to activate the body’s internal detox system with the help of diet and supplements, as well as how to heal the gut and cleanse the body and brain from heavy metals.

You will also learn how to use Rhythmic Movement Training in order to:

·        Stimulate the parts of the brain that do not work properly in autism

·        Enhance speech and communication

·        Enhance the emotional intelligence

·        Enhance fine and gross motor development

In June, Eva tells the story of how she used this program to help both herself and her son recover from ADHD, autism, and chronic fatigue. This course includes theory and practical exercises that can be utilized by people of all ages and abilities, and the instructors will provide information on creating a personalized dietary and movement plan.

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Feb
18
to Feb 19

BRMT Level Two

from 100.00

Level Two is a mid-level BRMT course that focuses on how active reflexes affect our mood and cognition. We will discuss the role of the limbic system in emotional regulation and stress, as well as how BRMT can be used to help children with autism. Reflex development is closely linked with our experience of our body and emotions, and this course explains how the simple BRMT movements can transform emotional well-being.

BRMT Level Two was accepted by the Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy and the Alaska Board of Physical Therapy for continuing education credits.

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Feb
16
to Feb 17

BRMT Level One

from 100.00

Level One is a comprehensive introduction to BRMT. Throughout the course, students will learn how to test for active reflexes as well as integrate them. We will learn how the reflexes are related to the brain stem, cerebellum, and basal ganglia.

BRMT is a primitive reflex integration program that stimulates brain connections for:

• Increased impulse control and attention

• Improved balance, coordination and stamina

• Addresses speech, learning and developmental delays 

For people of any age with challenges including: ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, CP, Autism Spectrum Disorders, insomnia, Reactive Attachment Disorder, PTSD, anxiety, stress, depression, social/ emotional/ sensory/ behavioral challenges, chronic pain or improper muscle tone, and trauma.

BRMT can also be effective with challenges affecting the elderly population including fixations, chronic pain, vision and balance.

Learn the basics of BRMT: how movements can be used to assist in regulating muscle tone and stimulating the connections between parts of the brain, especially as they relate to impulse control and attention. 

Some topics included in this course:

· The Triune Brain and development

· Development and primitive reflexes

· RMT active and passive movements

· Identifying active reflexes

· Movements to integrate reflexes

Reflexes taught in this course:

Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex

Landau Reflex

Symmetrical tonic Neck Reflex

Spinal Galant Reflex

Amphibian Reflex

Babinski Reflex

Movements taught in this class:

Passive movements – to introduce the reflex movement pattern and for those who cannot physically do these for themselves.

Active movements – in a lying position, on hands and knees or kneeling position.

Isometric Integration – The use of light pressure in the reflex position.

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Feb
11
to Feb 12

BRMT Level Three

from 100.00

Level Three is high-level BRMT course. Students will learn about the neocortex, which is a part of the cerebral cortex involved in high-level cognitive function, including sensory perception, cognition, motor functions, spatial reasoning, and language. This course focuses on how reflexes associated with the neocortex affect vision, reading, and dyslexia.  BRMT Level One is required before taking this course.

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Feb
9
to Feb 10

BRMT Level One

from 100.00

Level One is a comprehensive introduction to BRMT. Throughout the course, students will learn how to test for active reflexes as well as integrate them. We will learn how the reflexes are related to the brain stem, cerebellum, and basal ganglia.

BRMT is a primitive reflex integration program that stimulates brain connections for:

• Increased impulse control and attention

• Improved balance, coordination and stamina

• Addresses speech, learning and developmental delays 

For people of any age with challenges including: ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, CP, Autism Spectrum Disorders, insomnia, Reactive Attachment Disorder, PTSD, anxiety, stress, depression, social/ emotional/ sensory/ behavioral challenges, chronic pain or improper muscle tone, and trauma.

BRMT can also be effective with challenges affecting the elderly population including fixations, chronic pain, vision and balance.

Learn the basics of BRMT: how movements can be used to assist in regulating muscle tone and stimulating the connections between parts of the brain, especially as they relate to impulse control and attention. 

Some topics included in this course:

· The Triune Brain and development

· Development and primitive reflexes

· RMT active and passive movements

· Identifying active reflexes

· Movements to integrate reflexes

Reflexes taught in this course:

Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex

Landau Reflex

Symmetrical tonic Neck Reflex

Spinal Galant Reflex

Amphibian Reflex

Babinski Reflex

Movements taught in this class:

Passive movements – to introduce the reflex movement pattern and for those who cannot physically do these for themselves.

Active movements – in a lying position, on hands and knees or kneeling position.

Isometric Integration – The use of light pressure in the reflex position.

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Feb
2
to Feb 3

BRMT Level One

  • 1402 Greenleaf Street Evanston, IL, 60202 United States (map)
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This course will be taught by Dan Wilke in Evanston, IL on February 2-3.

from 100.00

Level One is a comprehensive introduction to BRMT. Throughout the course, students will learn how to test for active reflexes as well as integrate them. We will learn how the reflexes are related to the brain stem, cerebellum, and basal ganglia.

BRMT is a primitive reflex integration program that stimulates brain connections for:

• Increased impulse control and attention

• Improved balance, coordination and stamina

• Addresses speech, learning and developmental delays 

For people of any age with challenges including: ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, CP, Autism Spectrum Disorders, insomnia, Reactive Attachment Disorder, PTSD, anxiety, stress, depression, social/ emotional/ sensory/ behavioral challenges, chronic pain or improper muscle tone, and trauma.

BRMT can also be effective with challenges affecting the elderly population including fixations, chronic pain, vision and balance.

Learn the basics of BRMT: how movements can be used to assist in regulating muscle tone and stimulating the connections between parts of the brain, especially as they relate to impulse control and attention. 

Some topics included in this course:

· The Triune Brain and development

· Development and primitive reflexes

· RMT active and passive movements

· Identifying active reflexes

· Movements to integrate reflexes

Reflexes taught in this course:

Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex

Landau Reflex

Symmetrical tonic Neck Reflex

Spinal Galant Reflex

Amphibian Reflex

Babinski Reflex

Movements taught in this class:

Passive movements – to introduce the reflex movement pattern and for those who cannot physically do these for themselves.

Active movements – in a lying position, on hands and knees or kneeling position.

Isometric Integration – The use of light pressure in the reflex position.

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Jan
26
to Jan 27

BRMT Level Three

Level Three is high-level BRMT course. Students will learn about the neocortex, which is a part of the cerebral cortex involved in high-level cognitive function, including sensory perception, cognition, motor functions, spatial reasoning, and language. This course focuses on how reflexes associated with the neocortex affect vision, reading, and dyslexia.  BRMT Level One is required before taking this course.

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Jan
23
to Jan 24

BRMT Level Two

from 100.00

Level Two is a mid-level BRMT course that focuses on how active reflexes affect our mood and cognition. We will discuss the role of the limbic system in emotional regulation and stress, as well as how BRMT can be used to help children with autism. Reflex development is closely linked with our experience of our body and emotions, and this course explains how the simple BRMT movements can transform emotional well-being.

BRMT Level Two was accepted by the Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy and the Alaska Board of Physical Therapy for continuing education credits.

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Jan
11
to Jan 12

BRMT Level One

from 100.00

Level One is a comprehensive introduction to BRMT. Throughout the course, students will learn how to test for active reflexes as well as integrate them. We will learn how the reflexes are related to the brain stem, cerebellum, and basal ganglia.

BRMT is a primitive reflex integration program that stimulates brain connections for:

• Increased impulse control and attention

• Improved balance, coordination and stamina

• Addresses speech, learning and developmental delays 

For people of any age with challenges including: ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, CP, Autism Spectrum Disorders, insomnia, Reactive Attachment Disorder, PTSD, anxiety, stress, depression, social/ emotional/ sensory/ behavioral challenges, chronic pain or improper muscle tone, and trauma.

BRMT can also be effective with challenges affecting the elderly population including fixations, chronic pain, vision and balance.

Learn the basics of BRMT: how movements can be used to assist in regulating muscle tone and stimulating the connections between parts of the brain, especially as they relate to impulse control and attention. 

Some topics included in this course:

· The Triune Brain and development

· Development and primitive reflexes

· RMT active and passive movements

· Identifying active reflexes

· Movements to integrate reflexes

Reflexes taught in this course:

Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex

Landau Reflex

Symmetrical tonic Neck Reflex

Spinal Galant Reflex

Amphibian Reflex

Babinski Reflex

Movements taught in this class:

Passive movements – to introduce the reflex movement pattern and for those who cannot physically do these for themselves.

Active movements – in a lying position, on hands and knees or kneeling position.

Isometric Integration – The use of light pressure in the reflex position.

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Dec
8
to Dec 9

BRMT and Kindergarten

from 100.00

This 2-day course teaches the basics of Blomberg Rhythmic Movement Training, but with a focus on using BRMT with preschool-aged children. Students will learn how to use the basic rhythmic exercises with preschool children and how to test for primitive reflexes that affect the motor, emotional and cognitive development of a young child.  We will also cover rhythmic movements and reflex integration games for kids. There are no prior course requirements. 

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Dec
3
to Dec 4

Pain Management Level Two

from 100.00

Pain Management Level Two is an in-depth course about how active reflexes can cause tension and pain in people of all ages. Participants will learn about all reflexes and their potential to cause pain, as well as take a closer look at specific areas that pain occurs (including the neck, upper and lower back, hips, legs, knees, feet, shoulders and elbows). There will be an emphasis on osteoarthritis, and how BRMT can be used to prevent and heal osteoarthritis pain. Either Pain Management One or BRMT Levels One and Two must be taken before this course. 

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Nov
17
to Nov 18

BRMT Level Two

Sponsored and co-taught by Chiropractor Dan Wilke on November 17-18 in Evanston, IL.

Level Two is a mid-level BRMT course that focuses on how active reflexes affect our mood and cognition. We will discuss the role of the limbic system in emotional regulation and stress, as well as how BRMT can be used to help children with autism. Reflex development is closely linked with our experience of our body and emotions, and this course explains how the simple BRMT movements can transform emotional well-being.

BRMT Level Two was accepted by the Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy and the Alaska Board of Physical Therapy for continuing education credits.

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Nov
10
to Nov 11

BRMT Level Two

Level Two is a mid-level BRMT course that focuses on how active reflexes affect our mood and cognition. We will discuss the role of the limbic system in emotional regulation and stress, as well as how BRMT can be used to help children with autism. Reflex development is closely linked with our experience of our body and emotions, and this course explains how the simple BRMT movements can transform emotional well-being.

BRMT Level Two was accepted by the Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy and the Alaska Board of Physical Therapy for continuing education credits.

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Nov
3
to Nov 4

BRMT Level One

from 100.00

Level One is a comprehensive introduction to BRMT. Throughout the course, students will learn how to test for active reflexes as well as integrate them. We will learn how the reflexes are related to the brain stem, cerebellum, and basal ganglia.

BRMT is a primitive reflex integration program that stimulates brain connections for:

• Increased impulse control and attention

• Improved balance, coordination and stamina

• Addresses speech, learning and developmental delays 

For people of any age with challenges including: ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, CP, Autism Spectrum Disorders, insomnia, Reactive Attachment Disorder, PTSD, anxiety, stress, depression, social/ emotional/ sensory/ behavioral challenges, chronic pain or improper muscle tone, and trauma.

BRMT can also be effective with challenges affecting the elderly population including fixations, chronic pain, vision and balance.

Learn the basics of BRMT: how movements can be used to assist in regulating muscle tone and stimulating the connections between parts of the brain, especially as they relate to impulse control and attention. 

Some topics included in this course:

· The Triune Brain and development

· Development and primitive reflexes

· RMT active and passive movements

· Identifying active reflexes

· Movements to integrate reflexes

Reflexes taught in this course:

Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex

Landau Reflex

Symmetrical tonic Neck Reflex

Spinal Galant Reflex

Amphibian Reflex

Babinski Reflex

Movements taught in this class:

Passive movements – to introduce the reflex movement pattern and for those who cannot physically do these for themselves.

Active movements – in a lying position, on hands and knees or kneeling position.

Isometric Integration – The use of light pressure in the reflex position.

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Oct
28
to Oct 29

BRMT Level Two

from 100.00

Level Two is a mid-level BRMT course that focuses on how active reflexes affect our mood and cognition. We will discuss the role of the limbic system in emotional regulation and stress, as well as how BRMT can be used to help children with autism. Reflex development is closely linked with our experience of our body and emotions, and this course explains how the simple BRMT movements can transform emotional well-being.

BRMT Level Two was accepted by the Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy and the Alaska Board of Physical Therapy for continuing education credits.

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Oct
26
to Oct 27

BRMT Level One

from 100.00

Level One is a comprehensive introduction to BRMT. Throughout the course, students will learn how to test for active reflexes as well as integrate them. We will learn how the reflexes are related to the brain stem, cerebellum, and basal ganglia.

BRMT is a primitive reflex integration program that stimulates brain connections for:

• Increased impulse control and attention

• Improved balance, coordination and stamina

• Addresses speech, learning and developmental delays 

For people of any age with challenges including: ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, CP, Autism Spectrum Disorders, insomnia, Reactive Attachment Disorder, PTSD, anxiety, stress, depression, social/ emotional/ sensory/ behavioral challenges, chronic pain or improper muscle tone, and trauma.

BRMT can also be effective with challenges affecting the elderly population including fixations, chronic pain, vision and balance.

Learn the basics of BRMT: how movements can be used to assist in regulating muscle tone and stimulating the connections between parts of the brain, especially as they relate to impulse control and attention. 

Some topics included in this course:

· The Triune Brain and development

· Development and primitive reflexes

· RMT active and passive movements

· Identifying active reflexes

· Movements to integrate reflexes

Reflexes taught in this course:

Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex

Landau Reflex

Symmetrical tonic Neck Reflex

Spinal Galant Reflex

Amphibian Reflex

Babinski Reflex

Movements taught in this class:

Passive movements – to introduce the reflex movement pattern and for those who cannot physically do these for themselves.

Active movements – in a lying position, on hands and knees or kneeling position.

Isometric Integration – The use of light pressure in the reflex position.

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Oct
6
to Oct 8

Brain Gym 101

from 100.00

Experience integration through whole-body movement. Learn the 26 Brain Gym activities, Edu-K’s Five Steps to Easy Learning, and Dennison Laterality Repatterning as you discover an exciting tool for reaching personal goals. What this course conveys can be applied by students, teachers, parents, artists, athletes, healthcare workers, business professionals . . . you name it! Accepted by NBCOT.

The deposit for this course is $100, and the full tuition is $450.

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Sep
23
to Sep 24

BRMT Level Two

from 100.00

Level Two is a mid-level BRMT course that focuses on how active reflexes affect our mood and cognition. We will discuss the role of the limbic system in emotional regulation and stress, as well as how BRMT can be used to help children with autism. Reflex development is closely linked with our experience of our body and emotions, and this course explains how the simple BRMT movements can transform emotional well-being.

BRMT Level Two was accepted by the Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy and the Alaska Board of Physical Therapy for continuing education credits.

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Sep
21
to Sep 22

BRMT Level One

from 100.00

Level One is a comprehensive introduction to BRMT. Throughout the course, students will learn how to test for active reflexes as well as integrate them. We will learn how the reflexes are related to the brain stem, cerebellum, and basal ganglia.

BRMT is a primitive reflex integration program that stimulates brain connections for:

• Increased impulse control and attention

• Improved balance, coordination and stamina

• Addresses speech, learning and developmental delays 

For people of any age with challenges including: ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, CP, Autism Spectrum Disorders, insomnia, Reactive Attachment Disorder, PTSD, anxiety, stress, depression, social/ emotional/ sensory/ behavioral challenges, chronic pain or improper muscle tone, and trauma.

BRMT can also be effective with challenges affecting the elderly population including fixations, chronic pain, vision and balance.

Learn the basics of BRMT: how movements can be used to assist in regulating muscle tone and stimulating the connections between parts of the brain, especially as they relate to impulse control and attention. 

Some topics included in this course:

· The Triune Brain and development

· Development and primitive reflexes

· RMT active and passive movements

· Identifying active reflexes

· Movements to integrate reflexes

Reflexes taught in this course:

Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex

Landau Reflex

Symmetrical tonic Neck Reflex

Spinal Galant Reflex

Amphibian Reflex

Babinski Reflex

Movements taught in this class:

Passive movements – to introduce the reflex movement pattern and for those who cannot physically do these for themselves.

Active movements – in a lying position, on hands and knees or kneeling position.

Isometric Integration – The use of light pressure in the reflex position.

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Sep
15
8:30 AM08:30

BRMT Level One

from 100.00

Level One is a comprehensive introduction to BRMT. Throughout the course, students will learn how to test for active reflexes as well as integrate them. We will learn how the reflexes are related to the brain stem, cerebellum, and basal ganglia.

BRMT is a primitive reflex integration program that stimulates brain connections for:

• Increased impulse control and attention

• Improved balance, coordination and stamina

• Addresses speech, learning and developmental delays 

For people of any age with challenges including: ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, CP, Autism Spectrum Disorders, insomnia, Reactive Attachment Disorder, PTSD, anxiety, stress, depression, social/ emotional/ sensory/ behavioral challenges, chronic pain or improper muscle tone, and trauma.

BRMT can also be effective with challenges affecting the elderly population including fixations, chronic pain, vision and balance.

Learn the basics of BRMT: how movements can be used to assist in regulating muscle tone and stimulating the connections between parts of the brain, especially as they relate to impulse control and attention. 

Some topics included in this course:

· The Triune Brain and development

· Development and primitive reflexes

· RMT active and passive movements

· Identifying active reflexes

· Movements to integrate reflexes

Reflexes taught in this course:

Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex

Landau Reflex

Symmetrical tonic Neck Reflex

Spinal Galant Reflex

Amphibian Reflex

Babinski Reflex

Movements taught in this class:

Passive movements – to introduce the reflex movement pattern and for those who cannot physically do these for themselves.

Active movements – in a lying position, on hands and knees or kneeling position.

Isometric Integration – The use of light pressure in the reflex position.

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Sep
10
to Sep 11

BRMT Level Two

Level Two is a mid-level BRMT course that focuses on how active reflexes affect our mood and cognition. We will discuss the role of the limbic system in emotional regulation and stress, as well as how BRMT can be used to help children with autism. Reflex development is closely linked with our experience of our body and emotions, and this course explains how the simple BRMT movements can transform emotional well-being.

BRMT Level Two was accepted by the Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy and the Alaska Board of Physical Therapy for continuing education credits.

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Aug
18
to Aug 19

BRMT and Kindergarten

This 2-day course teaches the basics of Blomberg Rhythmic Movement Training, but with a focus on using BRMT with preschool-aged children. Students will learn how to use the basic rhythmic exercises with preschool children and how to test for primitive reflexes that affect the motor, emotional and cognitive development of a young child.  We will also cover rhythmic movements and reflex integration games for kids. There are no prior course requirements. 

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Aug
4
to Aug 5

Pain Management Level Two

Pain Management Level Two is an in-depth course about how active reflexes can cause tension and pain in people of all ages. Participants will learn about all reflexes and their potential to cause pain, as well as take a closer look at specific areas that pain occurs (including the neck, upper and lower back, hips, legs, knees, feet, shoulders and elbows). There will be an emphasis on osteoarthritis, and how BRMT can be used to prevent and heal osteoarthritis pain. Either Pain Management One or BRMT Levels One and Two must be taken before this course. 

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Aug
2
to Aug 3

Pain Management Level One

The Pain Management program is designed to help people of all ages eliminate body pain from their life. BRMT has been proven to reduce all kinds of pain, from chronic to acute, including neck pain, back pain, joint pain, and muscle pain. 

Pain Management Level One discusses how active reflexes and emotional stress can lead to chronic muscle tension. If left untreated, this tension can contribute to joint pain and even osteoarthritis. This course will cover the basic primitive reflexes that are linked to bodily pain, and how simple integration techniques can lead to major pain relief. It is designed for beginners, so there are no prior course requirements for part one.

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Jul
27
5:30 PM17:30

Brain Gym 101

from 100.00

Experience integration through whole-body movement. Learn the 26 Brain Gym activities, Edu-K’s Five Steps to Easy Learning, and Dennison Laterality Repatterning as you discover an exciting tool for reaching personal goals. What this course conveys can be applied by students, teachers, parents, artists, athletes, healthcare workers, business professionals . . . you name it! Accepted by NBCOT.

The deposit for this course is $100, and the full tuition is $450.

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