Have you ever struggled with focus, concentration, and motivation? Then you know it can impact every area of your life. BrainTap™ is a technology that’s based on scientific research into how our brains learn. It uses rhythmic entrainment and a series of patterns to help your brain process information faster and more efficiently.
BrainTap gives you the gift of a present mind. Instead of feeling overwhelmed and distressed, you feel energized, focused, and confident.
Retrain your brain to relax into your body’s natural sleep pattern and awaken rested, revitalized, and renewed.
As your brain develops a heightened sense of clarity and your energy returns to full form, your performance accelerates naturally.
What can BrainTap do for me?
Deep relaxation stimulates the production of natural, stress and tension-relieving neurotransmitters, such as endorphins.
Helps change unwanted behaviors and habits, including those contributing to smoking and over-eating.
Balances the brain’s right and left hemispheres, inspiring both focus and creativity.
Promotes relaxation, which contributes to maintaining healthy sleep.
Brings more blood flow to the brain for clearer thinking and better concentration.
Alleviates negative mind chatter and enhances motivation and performance.
And last, but certainly not least, provides a natural ability to put stress in its place!
Why is BrainTap needed?
Neuroscientists now know that the brain is plastic, a quantum leap from the outdated notion that we are victims of genetics or permanently limited due to our IQ. Brain plasticity, scientifically known as neuroplasticity, is the brain’s innate ability to change and adapt its structure and function in response to experiences and is, therefore, key to optimal overall wellness.
Brain states that were once only possible during deep meditative states achieved over years of disciplined practice are now available to everyone in 20 effortless minutes using isochronic tones, binaural beats and led lights.
“Your brain is plastic. You have the power within at any age to be better, more capable, continuously growing a progressively more interesting life.”
– Dr. Michael Merzenich