Rhythmic Movement Training is a motor training program developed on the basis of the spontaneous rhythmic movements that infants normally do. Dr Harald Blomberg has based his program on rhythmic exercises that he learnt in 1985 from a Swedish body therapist, Kerstin Linde. Experience from working with severely motor handicapped children made him conclude that the spontaneous rhythmic baby movements are of fundamental importance both for motor abilities and for development of many faculties e.g. speech, emotions and vision and are necessary for the maturation of the infant’s brain.
Cursussen die ik gevolgd heb van Blomberg’s Rhythmic Movement Training:
Level 1, 2 en 3, Autism class