Margaret Mulder aims at drawing attention to a generally unknown source of awkward symptoms, by means of publications. To her surprise, Primary Reflexes as a disturbing factor were not incorporated in general health care, let alone in mother and baby care. This means that the subject is very little known of, whereas it can mean a lot in a positive way to people and professionals, if only they would be aware of it. The lack of attention being paid to the impact of uninhibited Primary Reflexes, made her to write about it for a large public.
Her journey to RPRM(R) started in the 1980s with an insight into the future world of children in our society. She was shown the development of an outside factor; the huge increase of stimuli, which caused fragmentation in the body, thus impeding children from growing up organically.Later on as a mother, she wanted her children to grow up in a natural environment without antibiotics, pills, artificial food or materials and over the years she took various Natural Health trainings. When she experienced a period of waning health and vitality and laid hands on information about uninhibited primary reflexes, being an experienced kinesiologist she instantly recognised the enormous impact of uninhibited primary reflexes on people. She managed to find a fast way to get her own uninhibited primary reflexes under control and this proved to be the solution to her energy leak. Her organism started to store energy.In 2002 she started giving courses on primary reflex inhibition to kinesiologists. She lectured about it internationally. In her work with clients she gathered much evidence based material on effects of uninhibited Primary Reflexes and inhibition results. Frequently she published on the subject in different magazines. Besides articles, she wrote all training material for RPRM(R) and two books on Primary reflexes.Over the years the courses for kinesiologists have grown into RPRM(R), a professional training program. RPRM(R) is an all-round training in Primary reflex inhibition and stress release. The training focuses also on self-development. Movement and Sound (voice) form the core of the training.Margaret provides in a holistic approach to health. In her practice she works with children and adults to restore their potential for organic recovery. Since 2002 she has assisted over 1,000 people with her method. Today she focuses on RPRM(R), and especially on writing about Primary reflexes.