A number of services are available from our various practitioners in the areas below:


  • Neuroplasticity
  • Nutrional Counseling

  • Yoga Therapy
  • Physical Therapy



  • Medical QiGong
  • Transpersonal Therapy
  • Psychotherapy

Neuroplasicity

It was believed until recently that the human brain, which consists of around 100 billion neural cells, could not generate new ones(the generation of new neurons is also known as neurogenesis). The old model assumed that each of us was born with a finite number of neural cells and when a cell died no new cell could grow. This old model of the brain’s inability to regenerate new nerve cells is no longer relevant. It has been proven that certain areas in the brain can generate fresh cells. This new understanding of neural cell generation is an incredible discovery. Another misconception was that the brain had an inability to create new neural pathways.

One way to illustrate plasticity is to think of what happens when one takes a coin and uses it to make an impression in a glob of clay. If the coin is to leave an impression in the clay, certain changes must occur within the clay. The clay’s shape conforms to that of the coin as it is pressed into its surface. In the same manner, the brain’s neural circuitry will change its organization as a response to sensory or experiential stimulation.

  • Descriptions related to other therapies will be added soon