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Brain Based Movements

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Brain Based Movements

40.00 75.00

Are you ready to help your child OVERCOME learning and social challenges? The first step is to integrate primitive reflexes! Never heard of this? Check out these blog posts all about why primitive reflex integration is vital to your student’s success!

In this workshop you’ll learn:

  • all about 6 primitive reflexes

  • how they can affect learning and behavior if retained

  • HOW to integrate using fun and simple exercises

    Reflex integration is an amazing tool for parents and educators alike. Children who struggle with dyslexia, ADHD, autism, anxiety, and other learning challenges are the perfect candidate for this program, but it can help anyone!

    Personally, when I began primitive reflex integration with my students, I saw a major in my own life! I was suddenly much less anxious, able to speak in public without butterflies, I had more stamina and focus, and I felt more confident! This is all because my brain finished developing (at 24!!) so that I could use my whole brain effectively! The difference was phenomenal and I still feel it today.

    Curious if your child could benefit from this? Here is a symptoms checklist! If you said “yes!” to more than 3 of these symptoms, your child may have a retained reflex! Why wait? Get started today and unlock your child’s potential!

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  • Car sickness or poor balance and coordination

  • Poor stamina

  • Trouble maintaining eye contact

  • Sensitivity to light

  • Sensitivity to sound

  • Allergies

  • Adverse reaction to drugs

  •  Hypoglycemia

  • Dislike of change

  • Anxiety or nervousness

  • Mood swings

  • Poor math sense

  •  Poor posture

  • Weak muscles

  • Unable to cross eyes easily, or it may hurt when crossing eyes

  • Spatial problems like bumping into furniture or standing too close

  • Poor sequencing - telling stories out of order, counting, organizing

  • Poor sense of time, unable to tell time

  • Fidgeting

  •  Bedwetting

  • Weak concentration or attention

  •  Poor memory

  • Poor organization

  • Sensitivity to several senses (visual, hearing, touch, smell, taste)

  • Unable to cross eyes easily, or it may hurt when crossing eyes

  • Eyes jump over words or parts of words

  • Skips over lines or repeat lines when reading

  •  Poor balance

  •  Right-left confusion

  • Mixes up “d”s and “b”s or other letters and numbers

  • Difficulty skipping or marching

  •  Messy handwriting

  • Trouble expressing ideas on paper

  •  Poor posture

  • Poor eye-hand coordination

  • Messy eater

  • Difficulty  with copying tasks

  •  Poor fine motor skills

  • Holds pencil in an unusual way

  • Speech and articulation issues

  • Opens mouth or sticks out tongue while writing or drawing

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  • Weak auditory processing

  • Struggles with reading