Tendril Kinetics, as an affiliate of Sonia Story & Move Play Thrive,  offers online training 

Would you like to impact a root cause of sensory issues and challenges with learning, anxiety, and focus? 

You are invited to join Move Play Thrive online training (mini-course and full-course training options) to help people of all ages, and especially children, overcome challenges by learning and practicing life-changing neuro-reflex and rhythmic movement techniques.  Therapists are discovering that these special movements are the “ultimate help for sensory processing disorders.” 

These calming, transformative, and playful movements mature the brain, body, and sensory systems and are effective for all ages.

Using neuro-movements drawn from natural, developmental patterns promotes:
                ·      Calm sensory processing
                ·      Sleep
                ·      Emotional regulation
                ·      Speech
                ·      Balance, strength, coordination
                ·      Learning/cognitive skills

This video highlights experiences from children, parents, and professionals of the benefits they’ve experienced as a result of using neuro-movement techniques under the training of Sonia Story.





















Move Play Thrive currently offers two avenues for online learning

Optimal Sensory Processing & Learning with Neurodevelopmental Movement 
Mini-course 
Taught by Sonia Story

Available any time for $39 with full money-back guarantee 
PLUS $30 off when you register for Brain & Sensory Foundations course

What you will learn in the Mini Course:
Video based learning of 3 Rhythmic Movements from Rhythmic Movement Training™ as included in the book, Movements That Heal, by Harald Blomberg, MD and Moira Dempsey
Why the Moro reflex is critically important for overcoming Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) symptoms
What to do if a sensory diet is not working or only partially working
How to help your children sleep with gentle, rhythmic movement that most children LOVE
Why reflex integration and rhythmic movement work for sensory processing issues, plus supporting research
See 'before and after' videos and drawings
Other great resources for overcoming SPD





The Mini-Course is a small part of the full course, called Brain and Sensory Foundations, also available online.




Brain & Sensory Foundations 
Online Training
Keys to Effective Sensory Processing, Learning, Physical Strength and Emotional Wellbeing
Taught by Sonia Story

8 FSBPT CCUs* awarded for 
Physical Therapists completing course.


1.6 AOTA CEUs** awarded for 
Occupational Therapists completing course.




Fall 2017 session enrollment already open. Now thru Oct 31
Online access available immediately upon registering 
& available thru Dec 31

$387 with full money-back guarantee





8 pre-recorded 1.5 - 2 hour modules available 24/7
Plus live online Q&A sessions

In this 8-module course, we focus on integrating reflexes with tools from a wide variety of neurodevelopmental movement methods. We learn simple movements that give children the foundation for learning, emotional maturity, speech, language, social skills, physical strength and upright posture. The movements are ideal for teens and adults as well.
What you will learn in the online training:
Why infant reflexes and rhythmic movements are important for learning, sensory processing, social-emotional maturity, speech, strength and balance
Research on the connection between un-integrated reflexes and learning challenges.
Movements and games for integrating 11 key infant reflexes
Excellent Sensory integration tools
Innate infant rhythmic movements for brain maturity
Movements for reducing stress, trauma, and anxiety
Simple, but powerful strategies modified from Brain Gym® and other movement programs
Playful movements to do with children

With enrollment you receive:
Online, video-based movement instruction available 24/7
Course Manual, 99 page hardcopy, with color photos and instructions.
Live, online group Q & A sessions, recorded for easy access.
Phone and email support to answer any questions

Brain and Sensory Foundations tools are effective for helping with a diverse range of challenges including:
 
    ADD/ADHD                                                      Parkinson’s
    Anxiety                                                        Sensory processing
    Aspergers                                                         Sleep challenges
    Autism                                                            Speech delays/selective mutism
    Developmental delays                               Stress
    Dyslexia                                                       Stroke
    Emotional and impulsive outbursts          Trauma/PTSD
    Learning challenges                                      Traumatic Brain Injuries
   
The Brain and Sensory Foundations course is excellent for OTs, OTAs, PTs, PTAs, SLPs, Vision Therapists, parents, foster parents, counselors, social workers, educators, yoga and massage therapists, trauma specialists and caregivers. This course is introductory and does not require pre-requisites or special training to attend.

                  



Here’s what people are saying about the course...

        "I took your online Brain and Sensory Foundations class last spring. I feel 
        that the training I received has transformed my practice and the way I 
        approach my patients. Every child who has participated in reflex 
        integration activities has made so much progress in the past 6 months in 
        our facility, and it has been so wonderful to have parents and kids excited 
        about therapy!"   Nikki Kieffer, OTR/L

        "This has been a life-changing course for our family. Our son's classic 
        ADHD symptoms are greatly reduced and I doubt that any professional 
        would diagnose him as ADHD now. This has happened within 2 months. 
        This course is money well spent, and the knowledge will last a lifetime for 
        your family. Everyone stands to benefit.”   M.F., parent, Utah

        "The course was awesome! I have taken several courses on reflexes both 
        live and online as well as reading books about the subject . This has been 
        by far the best learning experience about reflexes I have done yet!” 
                                        Rachel Vitello, Occupational Therapist, Massachusetts
      
        I am a Naturopathic Physician practicing in Anchorage AK and cannot 
        tell you enough how much I appreciate your work and wisdom.  I work 
        with a lot of kids with issues and always look at the reflex issues first and 
        often that is enough to get them back on track."  
                            Dr. Adam Grove, Naturopathic Physician, Anchorage, Alaska






Please refer to MOVE PLAY THRIVE to learn about any requirements for earning FSBPT CCUs. Course assignments are due on or before Aug 31, 2017.
** The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA.16 contact hours of online course programming does not include home practice assignments. Course assignments are due on or before Aug 31, 2017.
 

Sonia Story, owner of Move Play Thrive and developer of the Brain and Sensory Foundations course, trained directly with psychiatrist Harald Blomberg, MD, and kinesiologist Moira Dempsey, authors of the book, Movements That Heal. Sonia is certified in Rhythmic Movement Training™ as a consultant and instructor of RMTi Levels 1, 2 & 3. In addition, she has also learned from mentors Jon Bredal, Bonnie Brandes, Bill Hubert, Svetlana Masgutova, and many other leaders in integrative movement. Sonia synthesizes numerous methods of Reflex Integration and has further training in Developmental Movement, MNRI®, Bal-A-Vis-X®, Brain Gym®, Nonviolent Communication and Storytelling with Children. In addition to teaching, Sonia has a private practice and has worked as a special topics trainer for foster parents in Washington state. For more info about Sonia Story and Move Play Thrive, visit www.moveplaythrive.com 


















Brain Gym® is a registered trademark of the Educational Kinesiology Foundation, Ventura, CA. More info, visit www.braingym.org.

Rhythmic Movement Training™ is a registered trademark of  Rhythmic Movement Training International. More info, visit www.rhythmicmovement.com

Bal-A-Vis-X ® is a registered trademark of  Bal-A-Vis-X, Inc. Originated by Bill Hubert, Wichita, KS. More info, visit www.bal-a-vis-x.com

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