The greatest way to experience the MNRI Method is at a Family Education Conference. Conferences are held around the world and are offered in 4, 5, and 8-day formats. While attending the Conferences, parents and caregivers are taught specific techniques that will most benefit their child/adult. These techniques are taught through a direct, hands-on method with their child/adult. At the Conference, client's receive 6 hours a day of this direct hands-on training plus optional evening programs for additional practice.
Modalities Taught at Every Conference:
- Reflex Repatterning
- Neuro Tactile
- Neuro Structural
- Oral Facial/Visual
- Proprioception Cognition
Additional Modalities May Include:
- Deep Neurostructural
- Stress Hormones
Support Materials Included:
- A Training Manual - Written and graphic descriptions of each technique.
- Online Recordings – Instructional recordings of each modality.
- Access to MNRI Camp Alumni Facebook Page
- 6+ hours of daily hands-on education
- 30-minute Assessment
- Video of Assessment
- Personalized Home Program
- Lunch for each day the Conference is in session (excluding day off)
- Healthy snacks during break time on each day of Conference
- Celebratory Medal and Certificate of Completion
What’s NOT included:
- Lodging (group rate available through host hotel)
- Breakfast and Dinner
What Parents are saying:
“We are so happy we made the decision to attend a Family Educational Conference. Learning the techniques that we could personally do to help our child was so empowering.” S.O.
“The Specialists that were assigned to us were fantastic at teaching us what our child needed. We are now able to give our son more therapy at home, while spending less money travelling to see specialists.” K.O.
“I had no idea how valuable the experience of going to a Family Conference would be. The unexpected value, was the immediate acceptance I felt among the other families. Instant friendships were formed.” T.S.
“Watching my child interact with the other children during break time was such a great bonus. Now my daughter is asking when we are going back.” C.C.