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The goals of the Music + Movement: Making it Click
program is to connect musical cuing and sensory feedback to restore, retrain and refine movements until it “clicks”.
Numerous studies highlight the benefits of using musical cueing for movement, yet the use of popular songs is not the best way to cue movement and live specialized music is not always an option for clinicians.

Sarah Thompson, a board-certified music therapist, researcher and speaker created music tracks to facilitate specialized exercises to be used with the Balance Matters system, created by Erica DeMarch, physical therapist and inventor of the Balance Matters System.

The tracks have specific pitch, harmony, meter, force, and rhythmic cues to help clients “get into a groove” and maximize their effort. Using the tracks allow clients to focus on getting an efficient and accurate movement for the duration of the music, rather than counting repetitions. The speed of the songs can be individualized to make it easier for clients to follow and stay motivated. 

This version includes presentations that are designed for clinicians to use with their clients.  If clients want to use it at home they can purchase the home version.

Special Introductory Offer for the first month only!
Use code: makingitclick

1 hour 40 mins

Presentation on the Neuroscience of Music and Movement

33 min of music tracks

11 downloadable specialized songs 
(Each song at 3 different tempos) 

11 exercises 

Exercise videos with progressions and client examples

Format- Online course

Tips on how to choose the right tempo and exercise included


Access to up to date and relevant research articles



What's included?

  • 11 specialized songs
  • 3 speeds of each song
  • 11 exercise videos with progressions
  • 3 circuits
  • 1 presentation on Neuroscience of Music + Movement
  • Tips on how to choose the right exercise and tempo
  • Resources and articles

Engage your clients

  • Provide motivation to perform more reps!
  • Perform exercises at the right dose with the appropriate tempo, foot position and level of intensity to optimize outcomes.  
  • Accentuate key movement patterns!

Elevate your sessions!!

Include this specialized program during individual sessions, group exercise classes, support groups, and home programs! 

Course Lessons

Meet the instructorS

Sarah Thompson

Founder, CEO of Rehabilitative Rhythms
Sarah Thompson, MM, MT-BC, CBIS is a board-certified music therapist who has used music to influence movement for 17 years. She specializes in working with survivors of neurologic injuries and individuals living with neurologic diseases. She is the founder and CEO of Rehabilitative Rhythms and is currently a PhD student. She is a lifelong learner who is passionate about providing evidence-based practice in healthcare while keeping compassion and patient satisfaction a top priority. 
She earned her undergraduate degree in music therapy University of Kansas, her graduate degree at Colorado State University, and is a Fellow in the Robert F. Unkefer Academy of Neurologic Music Therapy. 
Sharing The Science and Art of Evidence-Based Music Therapy Sarah delivers presentations, keynotes, and training seminars that leave audiences inspired. She shares her experiences on the ground working with a broad base of patients while her giving participants actionable tools related to music therapy. www.PossibleWithMusic.org .

Erica DeMarch

Founder, CEO of Step & Connect
Erica DeMarch, MSPT is the Founder and CEO of Step and Connect, a research-driven company producing medical devices, exercise-related educational programs, and training systems for improving balance. Twenty years of expertise as a physical therapist in the areas of neurorehabilitation and vestibular rehab, led Erica to develop the core product line of the business, the patented Balance Matters® System. She is the author of the children’s book, ‘How do you Balance Like That?’ and developed an intergenerational balance program that goes along with the book. She serves as an affiliate faculty member at South College Physical Therapy School. Erica edited the Parkinson’s chapter of the Pathology Textbook, 5th and 4th edition, Implications for the Physical Therapist. She speaks at multiple conferences and teaches continuing education courses globally on the importance of incorporating balance and motor learning into programs.
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