The Interactive Metronome
The Interactive Metronome is an assessment and treatment tool which can be used in therapy to improve the neurological processes of motor planning, sequencing and processing.
Kinesiology is a muscle-monitoring program which allows the practitioner to access both conscious and sub conscious information which is directly related to the stresses which prevent the body to heal itself.
Neurofeedback (NFB), also known as Neurotherapy or Biofeedback, is a therapy technique that presents the client with real second-to-second feedback on their brainwave activity.
Based on the research of Peter Blythe and Sally Goddard Blythe at the Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology (INPP) in the UK, Primitive Reflex Therapy assesses the client for any retained primitive reflexes or undeveloped postural reflexes which may be the underlying cause of difficulties with reading, writing, balance, coordination and movement, as well as sensory hypersensitivity, concentration issues and bed wetting.
Samonas Sound Therapy (SST)
Samonas Sound Therapy uses specially selected recordings of classical music, natural sounds and voices.