Blomberg Rhythmic Movement Training
Blomberg Rhythmic Movement uses developmental movements, gentle isometric pressure and self-awareness to integrate primitive/neo-natal reflexes with the goal to help overcome learning, sensory, emotional and behavioural challenges for everyone from infants to seniors.
Retained primitive relfexes have been shown to be a factor in conditions such as ADHD, sensory processing disorder, autism, and learning disabilites. They can contribute to issues such as coordination, balance, sensory perceptions, fine motor skills, sleep, immunity, energy levels, impulse control, concentration and all levels of social, emotional and intellectual learning.
The retention of primitive reflexes can be due to a number of factors including, but not limited to, skipped or short developmental milestones, a difficult/traumatic birth or birth via cesearean section, issues at the midline – tongue/lip ties, cleft lip and palate, and scoliosis. Even if previously integrated, primitive reflexes can emerge at any time due to injuries (falls, concussions, etc.), chronic, illness and traumatic life events.
- Emotional, behavioural and/or mental health concerns, such as ADHD, autism, selective mutism, sensory processing disorder, anxiety, depression, “fight or flight” state
- Bedwetting after the age of 7
- Issues with vision, tracking, motor skills and crossing the midline of the body
- Oral fixation, chewing, mouthing objects and putting hands/fingers/objects in the mouth
- Improves fine and gross motor skills and motor planning
- Promotes development of the brain and central nervous system
- Decrease in behavioural issues/meltdowns
- Improves vision and perception
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