HealthRHYTHMS Advanced Strategies Training


The HealthRHYTHMS Advanced Strategies Training is designed to help HealthRHYTHMS trained facilitators become exceptional facilitators. During this training the neuroscientist who created the protocol will teach you how to take your HealthRHYTHMS facilitation skills to the next level.

Join us and you'll be engaged in discussion of the in-depth, riveting story of the HealthRHYTHMS (RMM) research that will have you on the edge of your seat. You'll become aware of correlations with other research that together demonstrate the profound opportunity in HealthRHYTHMS Facilitation.  You will also learn the professional program planning and marketing skills that will empower you to customize HealthRHYTHMS programs to meet organizational goals of C-Level clients.  This truly inspirational program involves intensive small group sessions that challenge you individually in a supportive and fun environment.

(Prerequisite: HealthRHYTHMS Basic Training and 6 months HealthRHYTHMS Facilitation Experience) 

We currently offer 1 or 2 Advanced Strategies Training Opportunities each year. 

Your Trainer:

Barry Bittman, MD

Sr. Vice President and Chief Population Health Officer, Allegheny Health Network 

CEO, Yamaha Music & Wellness Institute

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Training Participant Testimonials:

"This was an amazing opportunity to take my skills to the next level and beyond. The philosophical foundation of the Advanced Training inspired me to reach and exceed my potential as a facilitator." 

Stephen Orsborn, MT-BC, NMT 


"I loved the small group format for Advanced Strategies in which we were provided with a safe environment to openly discuss a variety of ideas and scenarios. Dr. Bittman sets the stage to deepen our facilitation practises through questioning, group facilitation and the making of mistakes, which in essence is the further refining of good practises and clear intention. This format allows us to gain tremendous insight and applicability in a highly collaborative way." 

Mona-Lynne M. Ayotte, B es arts, M Ed.