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Reach your peak performance, enhance attention, and sharpen processing skills through personalized home training.


We may not realize it, but EVERYTHING hinges on our brain timing! From your stride to fluent speech, from drifting into sleep to processing language, and from maintaining equilibrium to excelling in sports—your brain's timing dictates it all.


Our internal clock is the cornerstone of human activity, governing both the mundane and the remarkable. It orchestrates flawless athletic feats, harmonious musical compositions, effortless speech, and unwavering concentration.


Timing synchronizes the intricate interplay between cognitive functions and physical actions within our brain's intricate network. Thus, possessing precise neurotiming stands as a linchpin for human achievement.

Benefits of Neurotiming?

Neurotiming is an evidence-based assessment and training tool that helps strengthen the brain’s ability to synchronize thought and movement to a steady metronome beat. It responds to a person’s physical performance by providing real-time auditory and visual feedback in milliseconds, indicating whether they are hitting before, after or in sync with the beat. The overall goal of Neurotiming training is to improve timing in the brain through rhythm and repetition.


Studies show that children with learning or developmental disorders, as well as adult acquired neurological illnesses or injuries, have poor Neurotiming.


Improvement in Neurotiming will promote improvement in:

  • ​Attention & Executive Functioning

  • ​Motor Coordination & Balance

  • ​Sensory Processing

  • ​Anxiety

  • Control of Impulsivity & Aggression

  • ​Sports Performance


Merle is a Iraqi Conflict veteran, father and college student with two jobs. It was no surprise that Merle wanted to be able focus longer; he also wanted to be able to multi-task more effectively. After a few weeks Merle started to get the hang of IM and before long he was noticing improvements in more than just attention; he was more organized and his stress level was down. Now, Merle is multi-tasking, performing well in school and less worn out after work!

Mariko started IM therapy and within a couple of sessions improvements started to appear. She was able to set priorities and organize her daily tasks. When it came to cleaning her room. she was able to prioritize and accomplish the task fast and without any help. Mariko’s schoolwork also improved she was better able to take notes and make important annotations of the lecture without the help of her friends.


Research shows that incorporating the list of resources (including exercise, eating right, gratitude, deep breathing, etc.) increase your cognitive function and overall physical and mental wellbeing.

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