Brain Wave Training

“I decided to try brain training because a family member in another state had recommended it.  She was an alcoholic and said it had helped her stop drinking.  I was skeptical but because my depression was so severe, I was willing to give it a try.  The changes were unbelievable!  The dark cloud I had been under started to lift.   I used to want to stay in bed all day.  Now, I’m back out in the garden and am also starting exercise again.  I enjoy my family more and my wife says she’s noticed a big difference.”

~T. C.,  Kansas City, MO

What is Brainwave Training?

Woman-M-3It’s hard to imagine that a 3 pound organ is in charge of our experience, but it’s true. The outcome of any decision we make, any plan we execute, or any interaction we have is completely dependent upon how well our brain functions.

Brainwave training (what we like to call a “Brain Spa Session”) addresses imbalances in the activity levels within the various lobes of the brain. This process gives the brain information about itself that it cannot receive anywhere else. It encourages the brain’s own lobes and hemispheres to communicate more effectively with each other. It is safe, non-invasive, and long lasting. Brain Spa Sessions help your brain to become more flexible, more open, and better able to maneuver through daily challenges.

Many people find that their performance at work and school is greatly enhanced and the stressors of everyday life are not as bothersome. Improved sleep, mood, attention, and focus are the most common benefits of training.

Brain Spa Sessions are safe, non-invasive, long lasting, and do not “wear off”.  Except in special circumstances, the training you do stays with you for life.

 Are You Ready to Optimize Your Brain?

Click here to learn about the science of brainwave training, how the process works, and why brainwave training is a 21st century solution for modern problems.


“Although ‘stressful’ experiences are part of life, getting my brain trained actually put me in a place where I’m no longer reacting to all the drama that occurs around me at work. Instead, I can step back and clearly see the choices available to me. And the best part is that I get to decide how I want to respond. I don’t get upset anymore, I don’t impulsively do things that make the situation worse, nor do I run and hide. I have complete control to make the best choices for the good of all involved. It’s great!” ~R.B., Lee’s Summit