The Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex (TLR) helps with the development of neck and head control, increases muscle tone, improves posture and balance, and develops the proprioceptive and balance senses. The Landau Reflex helps with coordination between the upper and lower parts of the body.

     How can it affect your child with learning if not integrated?

    Can lead to difficulties concentrating, difficulties with auditory processing and coordination issues.


    How do you integrate tonic labyrinthine reflex?


    Every day, have the student lie on their stomach, up on their elbows. Hold for 30 seconds at a time, working up to 3 minutes a day. In order to isolate the muscles in the upper body, the legs and buttocks should be resting.