Visions Do Come True! Bryan Mallindine's Vision of 2006 Bears Fruition - Launching of Movement Therapy Foundation

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New Movement Therapy Foundation is formed and launched

"Visions do come true", says "Bryan Mallindine, Certified National Speaker and expert on Movement Therapy strategies. Back in 2006 Mallindine had a vision for a Movement Therapy Foundation whose mission would be "To educate communities about Movement Therapy through education, training, demonstrations, workshops and programming in mass-media markets".

"For several years, Mallindine has been doing training on Movement Therapy and issuing CEU's to attendees.    However, he has always felt that the subject of Movement Therapy is not totally understood, or what the benefits could mean for people who have movement therapy issues. Therefore, launching the Movement Therapy Foundation could provide a clear vision of the organization:"

  •     To educate able-bodied and mobility challenged individuals about the essential and transformative elements of Movement Therapy.
  •     To educate the medical and scientific communities that Movement Therapy is one of the primary agents for health.
  •     To ensure that Movement Therapy is a primary component of enhanced positive patient outcomes...

"The Foundation was started with a generous grant from The Tichi Wilkerson Kassel Parkinson's Foundation, which was established by her husband, Arthur Kassel and associates. The foundation supports research into the basic causes, treatment, and consequences of Parkinson's disease as well as how best to ensure that patients receive the best available therapeutic alternatives, access to the most up-to-date equipment, and is the forefront of Movement Therapy. Mr. Kassel also serves as the Chairman of the Board of Flexiciserâ„¢ International, a company on the leading edge of creating Movement Therapy equipment globally", says Bryan Mallindine.

The new foundation was launched on August 1, 2009, and has already attracted dynamic individuals who will be serving on its advisory board. The advisory board members include: Bryan Mallindine, Chairman, Ruthee Goldkorn, Advocate and the Executive Director of the Ms Wheelchair Ca nonprofit organization, Cherilyn Lee, Ph.D., RN Practitioner and Health Clinic owner, Madonna Long, Congressional Advocate, Susan Rotchy, Mobility Advocate, John DePrima , New York Entrepreneur and David Korse, CEO of Abilities Expo.

Serving as staff are Robbie Motter, Interim Executive Director, Marino Tiongco, Accountant, and Laura Jorge, Executive Assistant, all of whom bring years of expertise to this new 601 c3 non profit organization.

"We are very excited about the great advisory board and staff that have come together to launch this foundation. The Foundation will also be reaching out to form some great strategic partnerships across the globe, to work united to move the vision and mission forward.
"We are currently working with our web developer and graphics designer to get the website launched within the next month. The web address will be http://www.movementtherapyfoundation.org ", says Bryan Mallindine, Advisory Board Chairman.

For more information on the Movement Therapy Foundation contact Robbie Motter, Interim Executive Director at 888-244-4420.

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