EEG NeuroMeditation

Decades of research shows that meditation can help with a long list of concerns, yet most people find it hard to develop a consistent practice. Early meditators often do not know if they are “doing it right” or give up before realizing any significant benefits. Experienced meditators often hit a plateau and get “stuck” in their practice. Incorporating neurofeedback into a meditation practice can help with these challenges increasing motivation, interest, and impact.

Using EEG biofeedback, we can receive direct and immediate information regarding brainwave patterns during meditation, gently encouraging desired patterns and signaling when the mind is “off track.” This process can lead to an increased awareness and ability to intentionally shift into a meditative state of consciousness. Analyzing brainwave patterns during meditation may help move you deeper into your practice or move more directly through “plateaus” or “stuck places.” NeuroMeditation can also be used to help with symptoms associated with ADHD, anxiety, depression and other concerns.

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Neurotherapy, or Brainwave Biofeedback, is a treatment which involves helping a person learn how to modify brainwave patterns to improve attention, reduce impulsivity, and address issues related to mood, anxiety, and learning.

Neurotherapy allows us to measure and observe brainwave activity through an electroencephalograph (EEG). The brainwave data is then translated into visual and auditory information or games which provides the client’s brain with rewards when it move closer to the desired state. In this way, the nervous system can be trained to gradually shift toward a more efficient and flexible state of being.


Subject engages in a Neurofeedback session


Biofeedback is the process of measuring some aspect of physiological functioning (e.g., heart rate, muscle tension, brain waves) by attaching a sensor to the body and then displaying this information in a way that a person can easily understand. This information is typically shown on a computer screen and used to teach skills that help a person change dysfunctional patterns.

Each type of biofeedback can be used in the treatment of different physical and emotional conditions. The most commonly used of these interventions include: heart rate variability (HRV), skin conductance, muscle tension (EMG) and brain blood flow (HEG).

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