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What is Neurofeedback?

Self-Regulate [sElf-rE-gyuh-layt]: the bringing of oneself into a state of order, method, or uniformity; Moving toward Balance and Ease of Being.

Neurofeedback, also referred to as EEG Biofeedback, is a non-invasive, monitoring technique used to help the brain self-regulate.  Simply put, the EEG/monitor helps to show a brain its own information in real time, which helps the brain to better organize itself, naturally.

Brain (neural) exercise AND relaxation through EEG training leads to optimal sleep, focused attention, stability of emotions and physical health.  It helps us integrate sensory information so we can remain calm when stressed and manage/reduce instabilities like migraine, panic or vertigo (among many others).

Those with Learning, Developmental, Movement or AutoImmune conditions benefit greatly from regular Neurofeedback in managing ongoing medical regimens and reducing need for hospitalizations.

  • Optimal Performance
  • Anxiety
  • Attention/Focus
  • Autoimmune
  • Cardiopulmonary
  • Depression
  • Neuralgias
  • Diet/Eating
  • Endocrine
  • Headache
  • Memory
  • Migraines
  • PTSD
  • OCD
  • Sensory-processing
  • Seizure
  • Sleep
  • Social-Emotional
  • Spectrum
  • Stroke
  • TBI/Concussion
  • Tics
  • Tinnitus
  • Pain
  • Weakness

All of these impact the “functional’ operations of daily life and are indications for training with this system. Neurofeedback training allows the brain to tap into core neural circuitry and invites calm and stability which promotes success in functional skills.


How does it work?
Liana uses an FDA-Regulated monitor called the NeuroAmp II. This monitoring process is assisted with computer software directed toward providing biofeedback to the client. The 3-5 electrodes/sensors are placed on the scalp with conduction paste in locations specific to functional areas of the brain (selected by client symptoms and EEG measures).  The brain recognizes itself through the video monitor, sound and tactile inputs and figures out the computer software challenge swiftly and subconsciously. This process provides an opportunity to integrate information for better brain function, resulting in effective stress management (physical and mental). This type of biofeedback training is considered by leading scientists to be a naturally effective modality of 50+ years research devoted toward enhanced well-being, general health, and performance level.

Understanding this further, we focus on symptoms, the subjective measure of tracking progress during Neurofeedback training.

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Symptoms are many in nature, but not necessarily deficient.  Neurofeedback training is thereby approached with Optimal Functional Performance in mind as a way to sharpen pre-existing skills.

Just as our bodies need exercise to feel healthy and strong, so do our brains.  The Central Nervous System and its “symphony” of connections is working subconsciously into relaxed functional states to guide the performance of specific skills.  This state-shifting prepares the body to move with more awareness and care. Over time, the resulting calm allows the person a more effective approach in all daily activity.

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Benefits of Neurofeedback

  • Performance – Improve concentration, focused attention, and emotional control.   Neurofeedback training optimizes peak performance.
  • Behavior –  Neurofeedback training strengthens and stabilizes the brain naturally to regain cortical control through increased self- awareness. This is a complementary approach to maximize the effect of good nutrition, effective medications, cognitive-behavioral work, meditation, etc.
  • Stress and Anxiety Management – Neurofeedback training helps the brain achieve a calmer state which can lead to improved physical and mental well being.
  • Relaxation- Focusing an intention on calming the nervous system provides overall physical systems’ health and longevity.
  • Pain Control-Reorganizing the patterns of transmitting neurological signals allows the body alternate perceptions of the chronic activation.
  • Motivation- Neurofeedback training improves awareness of body, emotional state and intellectual skill, which allows creative nature more freedom of expression.
  • Sleep- Neurofeedback training promotes sleep state regulation and provides the brain necessary reorganization at a subconscious level.