Moves for STNR & Moro Reflex

STNR assists with bilateral movements and processing information in both hemispheres of the brain. It assists in the development of the Tonic Labryinthine Reflex (TLR).
Retained STNR;
– Unable to coordinate crawling on hands and feet
– Poor posture
– Floppy or low muscle tone
– Difficulty maintaining good posture when sitting in a chair
– W-sitting
– Difficulty staying seated in a chair
– Fidgeting while seated especially if the back of the chair is touching their back [it may even be painful].
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