Quantum Reflex Integration
Quantum Reflex Integration (QRI) primarily address the integration of Early Reflexes. These reflexes are the base of development, and without clear integration, begin to affect a wide variety of areas of development. When a reflex is not fully integrated, it may correspond to various functions including hypersensitivities to visual input and sound, poor proprioceptive awareness, challenges with emotional regulation, presence of the fight or flight response, poor gross motor skills, difficulty remaining focused, aggression, ritualistic patterns, etc. Additional characteristics of a retained reflex include reduced myelin sheath, nervous system damage, and immature nerve nets, all of which make it difficult for higher level learning and development to occur.
QRI uses a low level cold laser which has a light beam that emits monochromatic, coherent, and low power characteristics. The cold laser produces photochemical effects that promote natural healing without damage or heating effects to the skin. The light emitted by the laser stimulates cellular mitochondria to increase production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which aides in cellular activity and replication. Protocols use the laser to stimulate reflex pathways and acupressure points with the intention of integrating neurological reflexes that have not matured.
All QRI sessions are completed under the guidance and supervision or staff who have completed comprehensive training and are certified. Protocols will be designed specifically for each client based on individual needs.