Contact Us

Phone: 802.735.1766

185 Tilley Drive
South Burlington, VT 05403
Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

Weekend Hours on Request









Your Brain Balancing Experience

Our goal is to help our clients have a relaxing and transformative experience.  Clients can expect to have expert attention with explanations at every step of the process to bring about satisfying results.

Prior to your arrival

Before your arrival, you will be asked to complete Subjective and Objective Surveys online. These will help us understand your concerns and goals and will allow us to track your progress together.  A link, username, and password will be provided to you by the person booking your appointments.


The assessment is the first step in the brain training process.  A  brain assessment allows us to see individual patterns of energy within your brain. 

Using non-invasive Intellisensors™, we will collect data from seven areas of the brain while the brain is at rest (sitting quietly with your eyes closed) and on task ( reading aloud).  This data is processed together with the online surveys to generate protocols that we will use to help balance the energy patterns in your brain.


Pre-Session Discussion

We will review information gathered from your assessment and discuss with you the results of your assessment, your goals, and how we will work together to achieve those goals.



Our brain technologists work in pairs, so prior to your first session you will be introduced to your  brain technologist for that day. Each 90-minute brain training session will consist of implementing five-to-seven protocols that are designed specifically for you, to help balance your brain. The  brain technologist will place the Intellisensors at various places on your head, and you will be given ear phones. During each protocol, you will listen to your own brainwaves converted into musical notes, as well as other sounds meant to encourage the brain towards a more balanced state.


What to expect

Brain-Balancing-of-Vermont-reclining-chair.jpgEach session is conducted in a private, comfortable, quiet room. This private room has a small desk and chair for the  brain technologist, and a very comfortable anti-gravity chair for you.  Some of the protocols are run while you sit upright and keep your eyes open. During other protocols, we will ask that you recline your chair and close your eyes. During all sessions, we will encourage you to remain as relaxed as possible, without falling asleep.  In this relaxed state, your brain can receive and process information more easefully.


Generally, people have more profound changes in between their sessions, as the brain works with the new information it has been given. For this reason, it is important to keep us informed about your daily experiences, including how you are sleeping.  Your daily report provides the information we need to understand how you are responding.  The information you provide helps us fine-tune and adjust the protocols throughout your brain training sessions. 


Many of our clients find it helpful to take notes or keep a journal beginning with your first day of training and continuing for one month after completion.  These journal entries can provide you with an ongoing record of your thoughts, emotions and insights – helping you track your own progress.


Completing Brainwave Optimization™

At the end of your last session, your  brain technologist will meet with you to review your progress from start to finish. You will receive a packet of information that includes: two graphs that illustrate their progress from the time you began Brainwave Optimization sessions until your last session, a CD of meditative sounds that you can use when you return home to reinforce the progress you’ve made, and a brochure with tips for maximizing the effects of your training.


Many people notice the most significant changes two to three weeks after completing their sessions.  Results are generally subtle at first, and then they build over time.  In order for us to track your progress, we will ask that you retake your objective survey before leaving.