Neurofeedback (EEG biofeedback) – currently not offered

Image courtesy of 123RF

Neurofeedback improves your physical and mental wellbeing and performance.

Neurofeedback, or EEG biofeedback, is a means of training designed to regulate brain wave activity, or states of consciousness.

The training allows you to monitor and modify brainwaves, directly affecting behaviour and academic performance as well as physical and emotional wellbeing.

This innovative technique is completely non-invasive and drug free.

After an initial assessment, a training program will be designed to suit your individual requirements.

Sensors are placed on the scalp and the ears; the brainwave activity is amplified and monitored by a computer.


Training is conducted with eyes open or closed.

The computer feeds back information in the form of visual and auditory signals and you learn to become more aware of your thoughts, feelings, and sensations. Changes in brainwave activity reflect states of arousal – from sleep to wakefulness.

The training program will be individually tailored for each person.

The training can be described as a ‘cognitive’ or ‘operant’ conditioning technique in which your brain learns to regulate its own brainwaves or states of arousal. It has also been described as ‘aerobics for the brain’.