The QRI Reflex Zones #advclasses #reflexzones
The Reflex Zones are unique to QRI and the protocols were developed for this program. They are simple to follow, take very little time, and are very powerful!
The five primitive reflex zones provide us with another option to prepare, support, and enhance the Quantum Reflex Integration protocols for stabilizing and strengthening primitive reflex connections. They can help repair the crucial primitive reflex connections that the QRI techniques are targeting.
The zones and their protocols give us variety—another form of input to help our clients reach higher level thinking, improved speech, smoother movement, etc. Each person responds differently to various protocols, frequencies, and types of light input. By exposure to various protocols and inputs; we can reduce plateaus, reduce the time needed to reach goals, and increase each child’s success. Along with cranial nerve and brain protocols, other QRI LED tools (talk, movement, cognition, and ASD, and the Helmet), we can set clearer goals and refine each session to address an individual’s specific needs.
Somatic Reflex Zones:
The reflex zones are considered somatic zones and have specific distribution rules respectively: the somatic zones are found on the whole body surface, the boundaries and the patterns for each zone affect the neurological system and its ability to communicate fast and efficiently. SOMA refers to the body experienced from within. The term ‘Somatics’ was coined by Thomas Hanna.
The somatic nervous system (SNS), part of the peripheral nervous system, is made up of nerves connected to skin, muscles, as well as sensory organs. This system is an element of the peripheral nervous system. The peripheral nervous system (which consists of a network of nerves that connect the limbs and organs to the brain and spinal cord) works together with the central nervous system (which consists of the brain and spinal cord).
The somatic nervous system oversees the lifelong motor reflexes; primitive motor infant reflexes, and other movement connections. So, in essence, the somatic nervous system concerns itself with our voluntary control of muscles and our five senses. The somatic nervous system allows us to voluntarily control muscles, and allows for our reception of sights (eyes), sounds (ears), sensations (feelings) in our skin, tastes (tongue/taste buds), and smells (nose). Since it is voluntary, we are in control most of the time when this system works smoothly. Sensory integration for hypersensitivity and processing can improve, along with better control for movement. And in turn, when movement increases, it helps develop and support the somatic reflex zones and the individual primitive reflexes.
Visceral Reflex Zones:
The autonomic nervous system (ANS), which is always working, controls the functions of the viscera – our internal organs. Furthermore, the autonomic nervous system is an element of the above-mentioned peripheral nervous system. In addition, the ANS oversees some of the muscles within our respective bodies and also oversees our glands.
The visceral reflex zone system will be referred to in the “Organ Encoding” protocols.
The QRI reflex zones are:
• Moro/FPR zones
• Spinal zone
• Abdominal zone
• Core zone
• Cranial zone
• Plateaus during reflex integration
• Help support, strengthen, and stabilize reflexes
• Preparation for the Organ Encoding portion of Laser Kinesiology
• Energy and better health
We can use the zones for:
• Proceed in order for a complete zone balance to support reflex integration
• Pick one or two to support one particular reflex or group of reflexes
• Preparation for the organ encoding protocols (the visceral reflex zones)
• Use within a reflex integration session to support a reflex
• Homework for parents getting QRI sessions