Today’s episode is answering a question that we received from a student inside of our Primitive Reflex Digital Course. This person is an OT working in the schools and wants to know if it’s beneficial to complete primitive reflex exercises once or twice a week. We chat about the pros and cons, as well as other ways to incorporate primitive reflexes into the classroom.
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