Interactive coaching sessions designed to create an awareness of our own brain states, help individuals reduce stress, understand the science behind relationship and belonging, and develop the tools necessary to prime their brains for a life of well-being.
Interactive brain-aligned presentations designed to help organizations create a more resilient, self-regulating, trusting, positive and productive culture through applied neuroscience concepts.
Educational Professional Development
Neuroscience based modules designed to help educators understand their brain states and employ strategies to empower students to regulate, become resilient, and ultimately achieve academic success.
“We are in a perpetual state of creating ourselves” – Dan Siegel
We use neuroscience to better understand why we have certain feelings, thoughts and behaviors. We then can create positive experiences which drive our feelings and thoughts. Our lives become filled with compassion, kindness, purpose and connectedness.
Experiencing Toxic Stress? Can’t Seem to Quiet Your Brain? Wanting to Change a Behavior Etched in your Brain?
We’re Beside You Every Step of the Way!
Students can’t learn, teachers can’t teach, leaders can’t lead, parents can’t parent when we are dysregulated. Our offerings work with you to incorporate movement and breathing techniques, rhythm, sensations, naming feelings, and other strategies for regulation. We provide tools for restoring connection and trust, so you can return to homeostasis.
Combining Movement & Neuroscience to Change Lives!
When we practice particular movements, think in certain ways, or feel a particular emotion, we create neural connections! The more we do this the easier it is for our brains to travel these new pathways. We become more disciplined. We create new positive ways of thinking, feeling, and living. Our old habits and thought patterns weaken and our healthier way of living and being emerges.
Well-being Insights & Observations
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Important article with references to key research from R.A. Emmons and M. E McCullough to Roland Zahn.
Dan Siegel speaks about how the mind relates to the brain around the 10:00 mark.
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