In terms of correcting developmental delay or learning difficulties, it is at the cutting edge because of its ability to deal with retained fetal reflexes and not just primitive reflexes.
Using a specially designed MIP neural stimulator, a parent or partner performs a set of gentle stroking movements on the client’s back or other parts of the body, for approximately 5-10 minutes each morning and evening. This stimulates specific nerve endings, which in turn activate the early reflexes, allowing them to integrate and inhibit, kick-starting the normal developmental process once more.
Neu-Stim even has the power to treat conditions such as eczema, asthma and food intolerances, as well as sinus and ear problems – issues that cannot be remedied by other alternative sole exercise-based programmes. Once we reach the point where the early reflexes have inhibited, children and adults are able to perform to the best of their ability, at their natural level of intelligence. In terms of future development, they will continue to improve and thrive.
This gold-plated metal device has been designed both for ease of use and for maximum effect in stimulating the nerve endings, allowing reflexes to become activated and finally to fall away. We recommend the neural stimulator particularly for use on the four major spinal reflexes, with more reliable and rapid results.
You will need a good-quality audio player and headphones (cheaper players and MP3 players are no good, unfortunately, as the quality and accuracy of the audio is lost). We will advise on the most suitable equipment. Clients should listen to the tracks every day for 10 minutes. Treatment times vary.
Despite the name, you do not need to know how to dance (I’ve never had a dance lesson in my life), and it is not about being taught dance routines or being put under pressure to perform. Sessions can be 30 minutes or an hour long depending on preference and can be used to work on short-term goals a few weeks, or over a longer period of time to go more deeply into issues.
RTT has been demonstrated to work with better results and with far greater efficiency than traditional hypnotherapy, although both can be effective. It gives the opportunity for the therapist to question and help the client under hypnosis, in their search for finding the root cause of their issue or forming belief. This subsequently allows the client to be guided to find a way to understand, alter and work against the undesired subconscious pattern. Thus empowering change.
Given the more detailed and subtle requirement of hypnotic questioning, this method is best undertaken with skilled therapists who understand the required guidance of complex scenarios and emotional states. Alexander is trained in RTT and can suggest beneficial uses of this method with parents and, on occasion, children.
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