Neurofeedback Training for Peak Health, Peak Performance, health & stress management
As a specialised training programme, the last decade has seen a growth in Neurofeedback techniques for both self-regulation and peak performance. In the sports arena athletes have for years used neurofeedback to improve athletic performance. Increasingly its application is expanding, with high performers like, lawyers, politicians, surgeons, musicians, entrepreneurs, business and financial leaders worldwide - utilising neurofeedback to achieve greater efficiency with less mental energy, whilst reducing stress (a natural consequence for most high performers and any successful operation). Recognising this growing trend and its extended applications, Polaris BrainGym offers corporate neurofeedback training as a core service.
These programs are specifically for individuals seeking to improve performance, emotional intelligence, mental flexibility, efficiency and creativity in the work place. Whilst simultaneously reducing stress and inducing relaxation, Neurofeedback trains your brain to function more efficiently, improving mental functioning and emotional stability - having seen impressive results in the enhancement of mental and cognitive functioning in high-flyers over the past decades.
Concentration and emotional regulation are by far the most key aspects of peak performance in all areas. Much like going to the gym to target core muscle groups, we use brainwave training to strengthen specific brainwave patterns. The more you practice activating a specific area, the stronger and more capable that area becomes. Brainwave synchronicity allows the brain to run like a well oiled engine; smooth and efficient.
Neurofeedback as a corporate investment
Did you know that sick leave cost the government €50 million in 2015, the highest in 10 years? The private sector forks out the equivalent, to its employees each year, and it is on the rise!
Mental health issues are prolific and cause employers chaos and financial losses every day. In today’s day and age, employees have a growing need for wellbeing and quality of life at work. The average employee has become more demanding of comfortable conditions in the work place. They are also constantly seeking to keep their stress levels low and appreciate opportunities for further training and education.