We use cookies to personalise content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic. Read more…

Primitive Reflexes: finding answers to complex challenges

The Attleboro Zone
Event organized by The Attleboro Zone

Get Directions

#var:page_name# cover

If your child or student struggles with attention, organization, anxiety or just seems to learn or process slower than others, please join us for this presentation on the role primitive reflexes plays, and how to overcome these challenges through movement therapy.

Parents, teachers and therapists will have a better understanding of how immaturities in the lower brain, including unintegrated primitive reflexes, can cause “blocks” to learning and social success. These immaturities lead to focus issues, anxiety and sensory challenges. Please join us and come away with movement-based tools you can use immediately to support your children and students.

Our speakers will be Pam Formosa and Christina Hayes. Pam Formosa, BFA Co-Founder, is a Developmental Specialist with a Masters in Occupational Therapy. She is also a licensed Brain Gym® Consultant and practices reflex integration.

Christina Hayes, BFA Co-Founder, is a MA Licensed Educator, as well as a licensed Brain Gym® Consultant and Emotion Code Consultant.

Other events by
The Attleboro Zone