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Rhythmic Movement and Kinesiology

What is Rhythmic Movement?

Rhythmic Movement Training (RMT) explores the role of babies’ natural developmental movements during various stages of growth:

    - Before birth
    - The first six months after birth
    - As they get up on their hands and knees
    - As they learn to walk
Primitive Reflexes Affect:
  • Dyslexia
  • Dyspraxia
  • Writing problems
  • Focussing
  • Comprehension
  • Coordination
  • Aspergers

These movements are crucial for laying down the foundations of neural network pathway growth and myelination in the brain. They are also important for establishing head control, muscle tone and posture, the basis of our ability to move through life with ease and choice. RMT works by integrating the retained, or underdeveloped, infant reflexes (also called primitive reflexes or neo-natal reflexes) which play a key role in development.

It has also been successful in working with people with anxiety, panic, emotional imbalances, behavioural problems, schizophrenia, Parkinson’s, psychosis, PTSD and general overwhelm.

Our Therapist

Gill Brooksmith

Gill Gill qualified as an International Educational Kinesiologist in 1994. She has found incorporating Rhythmic Movements invaluable in working with children with developmental delays, dyslexia, lack of concentration, ADD/ADHD and behavioural difficulties. In her busy practice her clients include adults with Parkinson Disease, ADHD and depression. Her speciality is vision improvement and its positive impact on reading, handwriting and maths. She has completed extensive research on the benefits of incorporating RMT in schools in preparation for SATS, improvement in behaviour, focus and attention. Gill trains Brain Gym, Visioncircles and Optimal Brain Organisation, Touch for Health and Rhythmic Movements internationally. She also trains countrywide and gives talks to doctors, schools, and associations for Autism and Parkinson’s disease.

Free Consultation

If you have any questions about Rhythmic Movement Therapy or Kinesiology please contact us today. If you're not sure whether treatment can help just book in for a FREE 20 minute consultation for advice from one of our experts.

The Ashgrove Clinic

Our clinic is located in Higham Ferrers, close to Rushden, Northamptonshire.  We are also within easy reach of Northampton, Wellingborough, Bedford, Kimbolton and Kettering.

If you are considering RMT or Kinesiology and have any questions or concerns please contact us today.