What is a brainmap?

This is a safe, non-invasive, procedure that provides a host of information regarding the brain’s current ability to perform. Typically, three readings are taken; one with eyes open, another with eyes closed and a third with the brain on task. These conditions help to identify brain’s current level of performance. This printout of brainwave information guides our understanding more fully as to what the brain is doing and what will be necessary to achieve optimal performance. We can see where the brain is doing too much or how it is under performing. The brainmap helps identify for each individual what brain tuning protocols should be employed to achieve the end result.  WATCH VIDEO ABOUT BRAINMAPPING


What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is similar to biofeedback, the difference is that neurofeedback involves EEG information from the brain to provide a signal that can be used by a person to receive feedback about brain activity. Biofeedback deals mainly with the physiology of the body such as heart rate, breathing, blood pressure, etc. In its most simplistic form, neurofeedback is the function of measuring brainwave energy, translating into some graphic function and then giving the brain a reward when it produces the brainwave energy that it is called to produce in the area being trained. The reward can be a singular function, such as, an auditory sound or a combination of things like, an auditory sound along with the video fading out if the brain is not producing the criteria in the protocol. Engaging in the neurofeedback process over and over is called operant conditioning. This causes new dendrites to form in the brain and new neuropathways to develop. When the neuropathways are fully developed the brain then continues to fire the new neuropathways instead of the old ones. Neuroscience teaches us now that the brain is continually making changes to the neuropathways.    WATCH VIDEO ABOUT NEUROFEEDBACK



What is BioFeedback?

Biofeedback is a method of providing people with information about their minds and bodies that is not ordinarily available to them. Information about muscle tension, emotional responsivity, and body temperature is displayed on computers to help people learn more about themselves.  WATCH VIDEO ABOUT BIOFEEDBACK