Corporate, FPR: Fear Paralysis Reflex, Neuroplasticity, SSP: Safe and Sound Protocol, Uncategorized

Anxiety: how to retune your nervous system

One of the things I’m most frequently asked about is how to reduce generalised anxiety. With the current situation continuing to unfold, we all need to look after ourselves and make sure we are not projecting our fears onto our children too. Here is a brief explanation of how our nervous system works, and how… Continue reading Anxiety: how to retune your nervous system

Corporate, FPR: Fear Paralysis Reflex, Neuroplasticity, SSP: Safe and Sound Protocol, Uncategorized

Reducing Coronavirus Anxiety

One of the things I’m most frequently asked about is how to reduce anxiety. With the current situation unfolding, we all need to look after ourselves and make sure we are not projecting our fears onto our children too. Here are a few simple things you can try, almost anywhere, which will activate your parasympathetic… Continue reading Reducing Coronavirus Anxiety

ATNR:Asymmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex, FPR: Fear Paralysis Reflex, Moro reflex, Spinal Galant Reflex, SSP: Safe and Sound Protocol, STNR: Symmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex

Could you be compensating for baby reflexes?

  I keep using my own experiences as a private pilot to explain compensation to new clients - the concept of working extra hard as a result of retained primitive reflexes: I was an average child who grew up in the 1970s. I played outdoors in all weathers, possibly a lot more than the children… Continue reading Could you be compensating for baby reflexes?

FPR: Fear Paralysis Reflex, Moro reflex, Uncategorized

Sleep, anxiety, night terrors – and neuroscience

Some of our children - indeed, some of us - find it extremely hard to switch off. Our brains work overtime, processing what's happened that day, worrying about what might happen... Some of us wake up at 3am and can't get back to sleep. Some of us are almost asleep when we suddenly jolt ourselves… Continue reading Sleep, anxiety, night terrors – and neuroscience

ATNR:Asymmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex, FPR: Fear Paralysis Reflex, Moro reflex, Spinal Galant Reflex, SSP: Safe and Sound Protocol, STNR: Symmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex

Could you be compensating for baby reflexes?

  I was trying to explain compensation to a client the other day. I found myself relating to my own experiences to be the easiest and most neutral way to explain: I was an average child who grew up in the 1970s. I played outdoors in all weathers, possibly a lot more than the children… Continue reading Could you be compensating for baby reflexes?

FPR: Fear Paralysis Reflex, Spinal Galant Reflex, STNR: Symmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex

W-Sitting – what does it mean?

Does your child sit in this position? This is known as "w-sitting", and you may or may not have heard that it's not a great position for the hips. Your child sits like this because they are comfortable sitting like this. However, I'm about to tell you what causes a child to sit like this,… Continue reading W-Sitting – what does it mean?

FPR: Fear Paralysis Reflex, Moro reflex

Understanding your aggressive child

Do you have a child who has unpredictably hit, kicked or even bitten someone else? Are you wondering what on earth is causing this behaviour and what to do about it? Read on... When you were a tiny little foetus, only around five weeks old, your central nervous system started reacting to external stimuli. When… Continue reading Understanding your aggressive child

FPR: Fear Paralysis Reflex, Moro reflex

Primitive reflexes: emotional and mental health and highly sensitive people

In this article, I'm going to look at the basics of some of the primitive reflexes that I test for. This post looks at the Fear Paralysis Reflex (FPR), Moro Reflex and Babkin reflex, and how these impact on our emotional and mental health. "Highly Sensitive People" tend to have ALL these reflexes active, as… Continue reading Primitive reflexes: emotional and mental health and highly sensitive people

FPR: Fear Paralysis Reflex, Moro reflex

Why baby reflexes may be at the root of your anxiety

As soon as you were conceived, your cells were able to withdraw in reaction to threat. At around five weeks post-conception, your central nervous system started reacting to external stimuli: When there was a sudden loud noise, you would instinctively shrink to avoid potential danger. Fear Paralysis Reflex This instinctive reaction is the Fear Paralysis… Continue reading Why baby reflexes may be at the root of your anxiety

FPR: Fear Paralysis Reflex, Moro reflex

Why does my child lash out? How can I help?

Do you have a child who has unpredictably hit, kicked or even bitten someone else? Are you wondering what on earth is causing this behaviour and what to do about it? Read on... When you were a tiny little foetus, only around five weeks old, your central nervous system started reacting to external stimuli. When… Continue reading Why does my child lash out? How can I help?