RMTi is based on the work of Kerstin Linde, a Swedish movement training specialist, who developed movements based on her observations of how infants are meant to move.
Rhythmic movements are gentle rocking and reflex integration movements that stimulate neural pathways and promote learning, emotional balance and ease of movement. RMTi is an effective way to help with symptoms of ADD/ADHD, learning challenges, autism and behavioural/emotional imbalances without the use of drugs.
RMTi works with integrating the retained, or underdeveloped, infant reflexes (also called primitive reflexes or neonatal reflexes) that are involved in learning challenges such as ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, writing problems, focussing and comprehension challenges, co-ordination difficulties and Asperger’s Syndrome. It has also been successful in working with people with anxiety, panic, emotional imbalances, behavioural problems, schizophrenia, Parkinson’s, psychosis, PTSD and general overwhelm.
For many people the changes experienced when doing rhythmic movements seems magical, however RMTi is not a quick fix and for many people the program lasts for a year or more as the various stages of development are revisited and experienced.