SOURCE: Author Dr. Harald Blomberg

Author Dr. Harald Blomberg

August 09, 2011 08:18 ET

Rhythmic Movement Training (RMT) Is a Better, Non-Medical Treatment Alternative for ADHD/ADD, New Book Reports

Practiced in Over 20 Countries, RMT Has Helped People Develop and Function Without the Use of Medications

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA--(Marketwire - Aug 9, 2011) - Described as the ultimate manual for RMT training, the highly anticipated "Movements that Heal" (ISBN # 9781742840529) explores RMT as a drug free alternative to using central stimulants such as Ritalin, in treatments for ADHD/ADD.

The book pinpoints the long term neurological risks with such medical treatments, and outlines how movements are essential for establishing the foundations of brain development and in turn, how important this is for sensory integration, focus, impulse control, reading and writing.

Developed by Dr. Harald Blomberg, RMT is a system of gentle rhythmic movements and reflex integration activities for developing emotional balance, learning ability, ease of movement and sensory integration.

"The integration of reflexes is important for establishing balance, posture, efficient brain connections and emotional stability. Movement that Heals investigates the reflexes that many believe are the most likely to be involved in learning challenges if they are still retained, and offers information at identifying how they may still be active. This can be extremely helpful in treating, for instance, ADHD," says Dr. Blomberg.

Studies have conclusively shown that RMT significantly improves the challenges stemming from dyslexia, dyspraxia, coordination difficulties and Asperger's Syndrome.

What's more, RMT has also been successful in working with people with anxiety, panic, emotional imbalances, behavioral problems, schizophrenia, Parkinson's, psychosis and general overwhelm.

Harald Blomberg M.D., a Swedish-based psychiatrist began working with Rhythmic Movements over two decades ago. Driven by the positive results he saw, he went on to develop the Rhythmic Movement training program. He travels the world to give classes in Rhythmic Movement and Infant Reflexes Integration.

Moira Dempsey is a teacher by profession, and an Educational and Developmental Kinesiologist in Melbourne, Australia. She has been interested in the role of retained primitive infant reflexes on learning and behavior for 15 years. She teaches RMT around the world.

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