Masgutova Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration (MNRI)
We use the Masgutova Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration (MNRI) program to assess primary reflexes and their relationship to human motor patterning and posture in our patients of ALL ages. MNRI is a series of developmental programs that begin with the proper integration of the basic neuro-sensory reflexes that are present at birth and later play important roles in all other aspects of development of the brain. By detecting primary reflexes that have not been integrated (or have re-emerged due to trauma/stress), we can unlock the brain’s ability to connect to the body from a foundational level. This fundamental connection strengthens the nervous system, improves stress resilience and induces neuroplasticity for learning.
Appropriate postural control is often underappreciated as the critical foundation for higher-level mental and emotional function. When you are not fully connected (grounded) to your physical body and lack postural stability, you will not have enough bodily resources to allocate to learning and appropriate self-regulation. Our physical development sets the stage for our ability to expand our mental and emotional capabilities.
MNRI is especially helpful for children with issues such as: bedwetting; bowel/bladder control; reading, writing, learning or attention difficulties; autism spectrum behavior; dyslexia; vision challenges (binocular function and tracking); poor hand-eye coordination; clumsiness; and scoliosis.