“breath is the bridge which connects life to consciousness, which unites your body to your thoughts. whenever your mind becomes scattered, use your breath as the means to take hold of your mind again.”
― Thich Nhat Hanh
our team comes from diverse backgrounds, united by our passion for living! this project is the genesis of that passion. combining disciplines of neurology, hypnotherapy, physical therapy, and neurofeedback. our focus is on creating awareness in the present...and a positive, empowered purpose for the future.
mental training is far from a new concept. we've tapped our expertise in neuroscience, hypnotherapy, performance training, and neurofeedback to create this system. the foundation of our system is the NOW! imagine if you had a tool that could bring the body, mind, and emotion into harmony with what is needed NOW. you do, it’s your BREATH.
BREATH is so fundamental to our existence. yet think how rarely we are actually aware of it. breathing properly and learning to utilize it to effect change in our being…in our now. imagine quieting runaway thoughts…focusing attention. think what can be accomplished if our mind, body, emotions, and energy are focused. our BREATH is the foundation…
now…what is the greatest tool for the future? IMAGERY. it is visual, kinesthetic, and emotional. for the mind, it is real. research has shown that IMAGERY aids in developing motor skills, motivating achievement, focusing attention, and increasing self-confidence. IMAGERY is our most powerful tool to direct a future outcome.
we’ve seen our sports performance clients improve and report that they’ve never felt more in control of their performance. entrepreneurial clients report renewed focus and enhanced goal setting. personal growth clients describe the now as feeling less cluttered, with less emotional dissonance and limiting thoughts. as a whole, our clients are more aware and connected in the present, and more confident in the future.
"if you can imagine it, you can achieve it. if you can dream it, you can become it."
– William Arthur Ward