- Essentials of RMTI - A Half Day Introduction to Rhythmic Movement Training
- RMTi One - Focus, Organisation & Comprehension
- RMTi Two - Emotions, Memory & Behavior
- RMTi Three - Reading and Writing
- RMT for School Readiness
- Face the Fear
- Rhythm, Movement and Play - A One Day Introduction to RMTI
- RMTi Making Connections
Gill is a Rhythmic Movement Instructor, Touch for Health, Brain Gym, Vision Circles, Optimal Brain Organisation and Double Doodle Play Instructor. She is passionate about making a difference in peoples lives, primarily in supporting them in integrating their reflexes for them to achieve their potential. 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 Cambridge practice her clients include adults with Parkinson Disease, ADHD and depression. Her specialty 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 countrywide and gives talks to doctors, schools, and associations for Autism, Parkinson’s disease, Parent and other interest groups. She is happy to share her knowledge of the impact childhood reflexes have on everyday life and behaviour.
Runs INSET training in Primary and Secondary schools throughout Britain. Her clients have included those with Parkinson's Disease, children and adults with ADHD, dyslexia, dyscalculia, (little concept of maths),dysgraphia (unable to form letters) long term back pain, depression and emotional behavioural issues.
I'm happy to travel and teach anywhere on the planet and will be delighted to come to you to train your teachers and parents, and like minded consultants who are looking for the 'missing link'.