The MNRI® Training Approach
The first MNRI® course you complete will prepare you to immediately begin integrating MNRI® protocol into your professional practice or with your family member. Each additional MNRI® course will broaden and deepen your knowledge about the integration of motor reflex movements and patterns and challenged sensory systems.
You can take as many basic MNRI® courses as you would like.
Individuals interested in getting trained in the Masgutova Method® can begin the process by signing up for any one of the MNRI foundation courses. While there are no prerequisites for taking any of the foundation courses, completion of the MNRI Dynamic & Postural Reflex Integration course is required to participate in the MNRI Core in Training program and attend the MNRI Family Educational Conference to receive clinical/hands-on training. If your choice of courses is not immediately available and you would like to begin learning right away, we encourage you to purchase the MNRI Dynamic & Postural Reflex Manual.
The method MNRI® programs are divided into two parts:
• MNRI® Basic Programs
• MNRI® Advanced Programs
The method MNRI® programs are divided into two parts: MNRI® programs (basic programs of the method) and Advanced Programs MNRI® (programs for certified students and professionals who want to improve themselves).
MNRI® Core Program
There are nine different MNRI® programs, each focused on a single aspect of functional development. Each program is part of the three following categories:
1. MNRI® Programma Reflex Integration Every Body
As the name suggests this category of program impact on the functional maturation of the body, starting in the womb and continues throughout the early years.
– Integration of dynamic postural reflexes Program
– motor reflexes archetypes Movement Program
– integrating living reflexes Program
– Reflex Integration Program of birth and after birth
2. MNRI® Integration Program Body System
This category focuses on a specific organ system.
– Integration Program facial reflexes
– Integration Program reflexes of the upper limbs and the development of crafts
3. MNRI® Tool Integration of Sensory Systems
These programs on the participation of sensory systems in the underlying mechanism neurosensorimoteur the function of all reflexes. Each sensory system plays an important role in providing information from the outside world. If any of these sensory systems not read the intensity of the “input” of the environment, the resulting motor response will be corresponding to the intensity of the misinterpretation and causes the appearance of emotional and behavioral dysregulation. These programs are also working to restore normal functions of interpretations to the emotional and improve behavioral regulation and thereby promote maturation and reflex integration.
– Integration Program Touch System
– Integration auditory and visual System Program
– Neuro-Structural Integration Program