What PRIMARY REFLEXES Are
Primitive reflexes are autonomic, stereotyped movements, directed from the brain stem and executed without cortical involvement. They are essential for the baby’s survival in the first few weeks of life, and they provide rudimentary training for many later voluntary skills. The primitive reflexes, however, should only have a limited life-span, and having helped the baby to survive the first hazardous months of life, they should be inhibited or controlled by higher centres of the brain. This allows more sophisticated neural structures to develop, which then allow the infant control of voluntary response.
Stressful situation can also cause a child and an adult to retain or revert back to these early infant reflexes.
Why COME TO ME
Integrating retained primary reflexes with kinesiology is easy and simple, offering high rewards and positive outcomes - without having to pay hundreds of pounds for an assessment and a reflex stimulation/inhibition programme (comprising specific physical stereotyped movements practised for approximately five to ten minutes per day over a period of nine to twelve months).
With kinesiology they are integrated during the session with a little resultant homework that may take a couple of minutes per day - depending on how many primary reflexes need to be integrated - for 2 to 4 weeks. Therefore, you can see results faster and your child can feel happy, relaxed and safe in his/her own skin.
Kinesiology looks at a client as a whole and considers all aspects of both their internal and external environments - such as emotions, nutrition and meridians. All these things can be relevant and may have an effect on the well being of a client, whether a child or an adult. During the treatment we consider what is currently relevant for the client in order to balance the body and integrate Primary Reflexes. Kinesiology offers tools and techniques that makes it a totally holistic experience.
What is kinesiology
What happens if the reflexes are not integrated
Children and adults struggle to keep up with expectations of learning and behaviour. They compensate and develop techniques or physiology to “get by”. There is a high risk of learning and behavioural issues and attitude problems.
Children and Teens with “active“ primary reflexes grow into adults with “active” primary reflexes.
How much does it cost?
The price per a session £ 70 per session; special offer £ 30 per a session is available until 16th September 2019