FREE, Live Webinar, Reflex Integration-Inside Out
FREE Live Webinar
Reflex Integration-Inside Out
Wednesday, October 18
5 pm Pacific time (Seattle, WA USA)
Approximately 40 minutes
Join host Sonia Story as she welcomes Melody Edwards, PT and Lynda Steed, OTR/L to share their experiences using rhythmic movement and reflex integration for helping children with challenges.
If you are unable to join the live program, register to receive the replay.
Hear Stories of Transformation:
Be inspired by profound and measurable results
About our special guests
Melody Edwards has been working as a Physical Therapist for 37 years.
She has treated pediatrics all but two of those years. Her experience with pediatrics has been in a wide variety of settings: her own private clinic, school systems, home health, a residential school program, and early intervention. She has been using rhythmic movements to promote reflex integration/maturation since December of 2011.
Lynda Steed, OTR/L
Lynda Steed graduated from the University of Central Arkansas in 1993 with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy. She practiced occupational therapy in adult settings during her first five years after graduation. She began practicing pediatric occupational therapy in August 1998 on a Navajo Indian Reservation in New Mexico. This is where she discovered her passion for working with children who have Sensory Processing Disorder. The focus of Lynda's continuing education has been Sensory Processing. She has advanced certification in Therapeutic Listening and Samonas Sound Therapy, both are sound based modalities used to improve sensory processing and whole brain learning. In 2013 she begain taking courses in reflex integration in order to learn techniques to improve sensory processing and whole brain learning that did not require the use of special and/or expensive equipment. Lynda is also a licensed Brain Gym instructor/consultant. Lynda currently works for Recovery Zone Pediatric Theraply Services, Inc., in Russellville, Arkansas
Both Melody and Lynda are:
- Highly trained therapists, each with decades of experience
- Using rhythmic movement and reflex integration regularly in their practices
- Seeing excellent, measurable resuts
- Eager to share their experiences
- Eloquent, enthusiastic speakers
Melody and Lynda will have the spotlight and I will answer questions for attendees at the end. We will be focusing on the MOVEMENTS themselves so that those tuning in can really understand how and why these special neurodevelopmental movements are working.
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You will learn...
About simple neurodevleopmental movement tools that are effective for helping with:
• Poor sensory processing
• Autism, anxiety, Aspergers
• Poor sensory processing
• Poor balance, coordination, gait
• Intense emotional outbursts
• Learning challenges
• Developmental delays
• Speech delays, selective mutism
• Poor muscle tone
• Stress, trauma/PTSD
• Sleep challenges
• Stroke and TBI
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This webinar is for you if:
- You have a desire to make a huge difference for your children and/or clients. View Case Studies here.
- You are curious about how, why and IF reflex integration really works.
- You want to hear from professional therapists about their experiences.
About the Host
Sonia Story trained directly with psychiatrist Harald Blomberg, MD, and kinesiologist Moira Dempsey, authors of the book, Movements That Heal. She has also learned from mentors Jon Bredal, Bonnie Brandes, Svetlana Masgutova, Bill Hubert and many other leaders in integrative movement.
Sonia synthesizes numerous methods of Reflex Integration and has further training in Developmental Movement, QRI, 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 information about Sonia Story, click here.
Disclaimer: Consult with your health care provider if you have questions about doing movement. Nothing in this webinar or any other content by Sonia Story, should be interpreted as medical advice.
|Location Online, must have access to internet connection, ethernet cord is prefered over wireless connection