Neurofeedback Training For Peak Performance

Professional athletes, musicians, and high-achieving individuals from a variety of fields are increasingly turning to neurofeedback as a tool to enhance their performance. This cutting-edge approach helps in cultivating the ability to enter ‘the zone’, a state of heightened focus and efficiency, essential for peak performance and greater ability to enter flow states.

Tuning Out Distractions, Turning up the  Focus  

Neurofeedback training is particularly effective in helping individuals tune out distractions and background chatter. By increasing processing speed and focusing mental energies on the task at hand, it enables smoother cognitive functioning. This enhanced focus translates into greater poise under pressure, faster recovery from errors, and reduced overthinking during critical moments. 

Emotional Control and Concentration 

What often sets the best performers apart is not just skill, but also their drives concentration, and emotional management, especially in high-pressure environments. Neurofeedback aids in developing these aspects by training the brain to maintain calm and focus, even in challenging situations.

A Growing Trend in High-Performance Fields 

Recognising its benefits, neurofeedback is fast becoming a standard training tool in Olympic and professional sports. Its application is also growing in the business community, where high stakes and pressure are commonplace. For professionals in these fields, Neurofeedback offers a way to harness skillsets more effectively, ensuring performance consistently matches potential.

By integrating neurofeedback into your training regimen, high performers can gain a significant edge, enhancing their ability to perform at their best when it matters the most.

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Frequently asked

Some people find that neurofeedback sessions can make them temporarily tired, as is the case with any form of exercise. Others find it energising. It all depends on your baselines and goals.

Neurofeedback benefits tend to be different for each individual. With consistent training the new neuro-connections / pathways are integrated and become dominant over time. A healthy lifestyle does help to support the process.

Neurofeedback is not yet recognised by the NHS.

If you are located in the USA, Neurofeedback is covered by most US health insurance companies.

Any reductions in medication should be handled by your doctor. NEVER stop taking or alter your dosage of prescribed medications without consulting with the prescribing physician.

We don’t diagnose, nor is a diagnosis required to understand the problem. We map your brain, looking for areas of over or under-activity that correspond to your symptoms, and design a brain training programme to help you move forward.

For this reason, neurofeedback is better viewed as ‘personal training’ rather than a ‘treatment’; a way to shift your mind out of stuck patterns to relieve the corresponding symptoms. Nor is neurofeedback a ‘cure’ for these diagnosed conditions; we work toward symptom resolution by resolving the underlying imbalances.

Because neurofeedback is essentially structured exercises for your brain, the term ‘side effect’ isn’t applicable in the same sense as for medications. Unlike medication, nothing is put into the body or brain.

Neurofeedback brain training is teaching the brain into new positions. As such, some clients report feeling tired in the same way they do learning new skills. Others, feel more energised as their brain comes into better balance.

As with all holistic therapies, there can be a temporary amplification of old moods for those with emotional conditions or trauma before the difficulty passes away and the issue fades away.

Choosing healthier lifestyles supports the process. As does moderating alcohol and drug use.

Your therapist will give you personalised recommendation if needed.

Everyone is coming from a different place and everyone’s goals are different.

We prioritise your training to meet your goals, and you can expect to get a good degree of movement towards those goals.

The shifts are so organic to the brain that the way you feel and act seem perfectly natural – and it is, as you are acting more like yourself and less from automatic reactions. It doesn’t mean you won’t encounter life’s problems anymore, it just means you’ll handle them in a healthier way and the feelings won’t linger as before.

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