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What ABR does

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What ABR does

ABR gives you, the parent, the opportunity to (re)build the correct relationship between your child's body and brain so that spontaneous development can take over.

DEVELOPMENT
OF OUR CHILDREN

DEVELOPMENT
OF HEALTHY CHILDREN

  1. The weak breathing system only partially
    stimulates and builds the anterior thorax.
  2. As a result the bone, fat, muscle and skin layers
    of those areas are poorly connected.

  3. The embedded receptors cannot register the
    proper tension and are not able to communicate
    the correct information to the brain.
  4. The area of the anterior thorax will be poorly
    indexed on the brain map.

BREATHING SYSTEM

  1. The strong breathing system stimulates
    the anterior thorax.
  2. As a result the bone, fat, muscle and skin layers
    are well connected.

  3. The embedded receptors will register the
    proper tension and will communicate the
    correct information to the brain.
  4. The area of the anterior thorax will be properly
    indexed on the brain map.
  1. The weak breathing system only partially
    stimulates and builds the posterior thorax/the spine.
  2. As a result the bone, fat, muscle and skin layers
    of those areas are poorly connected.
  3. The embedded receptors cannot register the
    proper tension and are not able to communicate
    the correct information to the brain.
  4. The area of het posterior thorax/the spine will
    be poorly indexed on the brain map.
  1. The strong breathing system stimulates
    the posterior thorax/spine.
  2. As a result the bone, fat, muscle and skin layers
    are well connected.

  3. The embedded receptors will register the proper
    tension and will communicate the correct
    information to the brain.
  4. The area of the posterior thorax/the spine will be
    properly indexed on the brain map.
  1. The poorly developed upper thorax pumps
    downwards with a lower capacity to the
    lumbar/pelvis/legs area.
  2. As a result the bone, fat, muscle and skin layers
    of those areas are poorly connected.
  3. The embedded receptors cannot register the
    proper tension and are not able to communicate
    the correct information to the brain.
  4. The lumbar/pelvis/legs areas will be poorly
    indexed on the brain map.
  1. The well-developed upper thorax pumps
    downwards with the proper capacity to the
    lumbar/pelvis/legs area.
  2. As a result the bone, fat, muscle and skin layers
    are well connected.
  3. The embedded receptors will register the
    proper tension and will communicate the
    correct information to the brain.
  4. The lumbar/pelvis/legs areas will be properly
    indexed on the brain map.

PROPER DEVELOPMENT = PROPER FUNCTION

When there is enough volume, strength and proper connection between the layers,
the areas can be indexed on the brain map.