You are invited!
LoveLight, Inc., in partnership with the Gerald H. Read Center for International and Intercultural Education is pleased to offer you a unique opportunity.
Dr. Harald Blomberg will be visiting Kent State from Sweden to talk about his work with Rhythmic Movement Training (RMT).
RMT is based on the early movement patterns of the fetus and infant.These movements are believed to mature the brain and inhibit/integrate the primitive reflexes. Although important developmentally, if the primitive reflexes remain active, they can interfere with learning and optimal functioning. Dr. Blomberg, author of Movements That Heal and Autism- a Disease That Can Heal, has been using RMT successfully for over 20 years and has found RMT to be helpful for motor functioning, attention and focus, emotional well-being, and academic success.
Evening talk and reception on Wednesday,
July 23, 2014 (free)
RMT Level I (RMT for ADHD/ADD)
on Thursday & Friday,
July 24, 2014 & July 25, 2014
Diet, and Autism & ADD/ADHD
on Saturday & Sunday, July 26, 2014 & July 27, 2014
OT/PT/Chiropractor Level I on Tuesday & Wednesday, July 29, 2014 & July 30, 2014
Read Room in White Hall (Education Building)
Kent State University
Please contact Dr. Lisbeth K. Justice at (330) 673-5839 or firstname.lastname@example.org reserve your place at Dr. Blomberg's presentation and reception on Wednesday, July 23rd or for information on Dr. Blomberg’s 2-day sessions on “RMT and Diet in Autism & ADD/ADHD”, “RMT, Dreams and Inner Healing”, and/or RMT for OT's, PT's and chiropractors. On the afternoon of July 23rd, Dr. Justice will be providing a free introduction to RMT for those who aren't familiar with this exciting and promising approach to improved functioning and well-being.