Didgeridoo, Beanbags…The Primitive and Postural Reflexes Spotlight of Asymmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex




As you tilt your head forward to look at the control pedals, your foot involuntarily kicks out and depresses the clutch pedal. This was not a conscious or a willed movement. In fact, every time you tilt your head forward this happens; it repeats many times.

A few minutes later another involuntary action commences. Each time you sit back and your shoulder blade touches the seat, your opposite hand reaches out, takes a hold of the keys and turns them, thereby starting the engine. For a while these actions occur concurrently.

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