RESET - ACTIVATE - RENEW
Our model is built upon the principles of exercise physiology and the science of neuroplasticity identified within brain development. We have isolated the specific movements sequences shown to strengthen the neural circuits (neuropathways) connected to areas within the brain that are responsible for coordinating movement, regulating mood/emotion, along with executive function or what is known as cognitive performance.
Specific movement for a specific purpose, delivers a specific result. Pilates, yoga, strength training are prime examples. With our proprietary movement program FNAT (Functional Neuromotor Activation Technique) we have isolated the specific movement sequences for the specific purpose of improving neuropathway connectivity, resulting in improved nerve system performance and mental health.
Receive, process and execute efficiently are the hallmarks of a healthy nerve system. The more ‘fit’ your nerve system is, the greater accessibility you will have to fine tune cognitive abilities.
Fatigue is a know component of a nerve system that is running overtime and inefficient. Just like our physical body, brain and nerve system performance relies upon a healthy neuro-metaboilism. Improving neuropathway connectivity opens the gateway to fortify the brain and nerve system with specific nutrient building blocks to reduce fatigue and improve cognitive stamina.
Programs We Offer
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Individual Programs Developed To Meet Your Specific Needs
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The Costello Neuro-Motor Blueprint enables us to establish a program that meets your needs. The assessment covers 7 dynamic areas of brain function that we share and discuss with you.
Initial Program Length 24 sessions with 2 sessions per week. Extension programs determined by the results of your re-assessments. Generally, programs are completed in approximately 3 to 6 months time, with some individuals needing more time to achieve their goals.
In-Center sessions consist of one hour, two times a week. Each hour consists of the FNAT protocol, covering the complete process of neurobiological development every visit.
Performance reports are provided at intake, week 5, and week 10 following assessments. The results are emailed to you and reviewed at progress meetings. A follow-up assessment takes place approximately three months after completing the program.