Dynamic and Postural Reflex Pattern Integration | 2019, December 7-10

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Dynamic and Postural Reflex Pattern Integration

Date: 2019, December 7-10

Course Length: covers a period of four days and requires a minimum of 32 hours of direct classroom instruction to complete.

Class schedule: daily from 8.30 hrs untill 17.30 hrs

Location: Delft / Den Haag 

Trainer: Pamela Curlee

Coursefee: € 685,00 (discount for repeaters with SMEI membership)

MATERIAL NEEDED: You will need a massagetable. Most students bring their own table. If you are not able to bring a massagetable, you can rent one. The rent of the table is not included in the coursefee. You will receive mail about the massagetable after registering. 


Course Overview: The Dynamic & Postural Reflex Integration course provides the foundation for professionals and parents to understand the importance of primary motor reflex pattern maturation, why a reflex might not be integrated, the impact a non-integrated reflex can have, and the MNRI techniques designed to assess and integrate reflexes.

Primary motor reflex patterns emerge along a predictable developmental continuum, with each successive reflex emerging to secure a child’s survival and protection as his system matures and advances. When adequately engaged, each reflex anchors neurologically more deeply a physiological, emotional and psychological sense of security, freeing an infant to focus on exploring, learning, and fully advancing through all stages of primary motor reflex maturation. 

It is through this complete integration process that primary motor reflex patterns form the foundation for related motor reflex schemes (sitting up, crawling, walking, etc) to mature and for each of us to reach our full potential over time, anchoring emotional and behavioral regulation, and advancing motor, communication, and cognitive learning.

Congenital disorders or traumatic events that occur in utero, at birth, or anytime after birth can interrupt the activation, maturation and integration of a primary motor reflex pattern.  Depending upon the number of reflexes impacted and the maturational deficits of each impacted reflex, a broad spectrum of life challenges can occur.

The MNRI Dynamic and Postural Reflex Integration course explores:

  • The general MNRI Method and the role played by the Dynamic and Postural Reflex Integration Program
  • The progression primary motor reflex patterns beginning in utero and continuing through life
  • The role primary infant reflex patterns play in establishing subsequent related motor reflex schemes and the development of advanced motor, communication and cognitive abilities and emotional and behavioral regulation
  • MNRI techniques to assess, pattern and integrate primary motor reflex patterns
  • How to create MNRIprimary motor reflex integration programs for individual clients
  • How to incorporate use of MNRI Dynamic and Postural Integration course content into daily client and home practice

Reflexes Addressed in this Course:

Primary Motor Reflex Patterns

• Asymmetric Tonic Neck (ATNR) • Hands Supporting (Parachute) • Spinal Galant • Babkin Palmomental • Landau • Spinal Pereze • Babinski • Leg Cross Flexion • Symmetric Tonic Neck (STNR) • Bauer Crawling • Moro Embrace • Thomas Automatic Gait • Bonding • Pavlov Orientation • Tonic Labyrinthine • Flying and Landing • Robinson Grasp • Trunk Extension • Hands Pulling

Additional Motor Reflexes and Reactions

• Visual Convergence-Divergence • Eye Tracking • Fear Paralysis • Abdominal 

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