Reflex Courses

Course participant enjoying the moment!

Course participant enjoying the moment!

 

Large or small Reflex Courses are an experience you will never forget.  Become a Plan for Learning and Living Course Sponsor and you get training as well as other benefits.  Depending on costs, you only need 15 paying participants to sponsor a Plan for Learning & Living Course. To get started all we need to know is:

Which course?
What date?
Where?

Our office has many ways to help you sponsor a course. Contact us for more information when you have decided on the above questions.

Choose from some of our most popular courses or modules listed below. Contact us today!

Contact→

Courses Available from Plan for Learning and Living

The Big 8 Reflexes

12-hour training on the most frequently retained and most well-known primary reflexes, what they might look like, how they affect life, and how to address them.  Learn integration techniques and activities dealing with these important developmental patterns. Reflexes considered include: Moro, Tonic Labyrinthine, Spinal Galant, Symmetrical Tonic Neck, Asymmetrical Tonic Neck, Grasp (Palmar and Plantar), Perez, and Babinski.   

Bridge and Postural Reflexes

12-hour training on important and impacting lifelong, postural reflexes and early bridge reflex patterns. Learn to recognize, understand, and address them.  The Big Eight is NOT a pre-requisite for this class.  Learn activities and techniques to define and strengthen these patterns. Reflexes included: Parachute, Pull to Sit, Landau, Cross Leg Flexion-Extension, Amphibian, Trunk Extension, Flying and Landing, Sleep (Abdominal ATNR) and Babkin.

Facial Reflexes for Eating, Speech, and Balance

6-hour course about retained or atypical facial reflex patterns that can interfere with communication, eating and daily functioning.  Learn dozens of easy, quick activities to integrate facial reflexes. Understand how the cranial nerves are developed and affected by facial reflexes.  Reflexes include: Suck, Bite, Chew, Hand-to-mouth, Babkin, Gag, Lip, Rooting and Swallow.

Reflexes in Birth, Bonding, and Attachment

6-hour course on how traumatic birth and after birth experiences can disrupt reflex integration and interpersonal interactions and how to address them. Learn specific and holistic activities and ways to address traumatic or atypical birth.  Birth issues include: C-sections, inductions, prematurity, multiple births, implantations issues, long or short births, and suction/forceps.  

Reflexes for Improving Vision and Hearing

6-hour course on the developmental reflexes and movements that can help to improve vision and hearing. Learn the surprising way that early development can be used to help heal after accidents, traumas, learning issues and other concerns.  In the course, we practice easy to learn techniques and activities to start right away. 

Reaching Out: The Body Senses, Language, and Social Interaction Connection

6-hour course on how body space awareness is the key to language processing and receptive language understanding.  Course includes activities that help to move language development along.  Issues considered include: autism, ADHD, auditory processing issues, and developmental delays.

Making Up Stuff: The Body Senses, Imagination, and Emotional Regulation Connection

6-hour course on how body space awareness and senses develop our sense of self and other and how imagination aids our sense of self and important life skills.  The course includes activities that help integrate the body sense and imagination development.

The Gravity Sense

 6-hour course in the development, interactions and accommodation in one of human’s most ignored sense. Learn to see and use gravity for improvement throughout the sensory motor system.  Come to understand how gravity is key to our life and learning development.
 

Developmental Resources for Healing and Health

6-hour course that explores the developmental resources available to all. Learn to experience and use the body and brain’s natural healing resources to improve sleep, digestion, memory, balance, vision, and other issues of everyday living.

4-hour courses from Plan for Learning

Movement Patterns for Living and Learning: Handwriting and Fine Motor

The participant will be able to:

  • Analyze different types of pencil grips and the reflexes involved
  • Understand the sensory components to common handwriting issues
  • Practice easy activities that address sensory-motor-reflex concerns around handwriting
  • Link hand reflex retention and other home and classroom behaviors
  • Learn the developmental issues that can lead to retention of reflexes involved in handwriting
  • Improve the handwriting of most of your class without writing!

Movement Patterns for Living and Learning: Visual Attention

The participant will be able to

  • Analyze different postures and the reflexes that are indicated
  • Understand the sensory-motor components to common attention issues during seatwork
  • Practice easy activities that address the sensory-motor-reflex concerns around attention
  • Link reflex retention with other home and classroom behaviors
  • Learn developmental issues that can lead to retention of reflexes involved in attention
  • Improve the time on task for your class!

Movement Patterns for Living and Learning: Emotional Regulation

The participant will be able to

  • Analyze different behaviors and the reflexes that are indicated
  • Understand the sensory-motor components involved in emotional regulation issues
  • Practice easy activities that address the reflex concerns around emotional regulation
  • Learn how these reflexes affect other home and classroom behaviors
  • Learn developmental issues that can lead to retention of reflexes involved in emotional regulation
  • Improve the emotional tone of your class with movement!

 Movement Patterns for Living and Learning: Attention and Impulsivity

The participant will be able to

  • Analyze different behaviors and the reflexes that are indicated
  • Understand the sensory-motor components involved in attention and impulsivity issues
  • Practice easy activities that address the reflex concerns around attention and impulsivity
  • Learn how these reflexes affect other home and classroom behaviors
  • Learn developmental issues that can lead to retention of reflexes involved with attention and impulsivity
  • Improve the attention and self-control of your class with movement!

Movement Patterns for Living and Learning: Gravity Sense, Stability, & Sustaining

The participant will be able to

  • Analyze different behaviors and the reflexes that are indicated
  • Understand the sensory-motor components involved in attention and impulsivity issues
  • Practice easy activities that address the reflex concerns around attention and impulsivity
  • Learn how these reflexes affect other home and classroom behaviors
  • Learn developmental issues that can lead to retention of reflexes involved with attention and impulsivity
  • Improve the attention and self-control of your class with movement!