Cognitive reactivation is the result of the integration of technology, biomechanical movement & functional anatomy, nutrition and the world's most effective herbal remedies for optimal brain function; that when combined activate the very innate ability for the body/brain to heal itself.
The Laya Center also has a special Concussion Protocol for athletes. We have had tremendous success with relief from Concussions that date back to a decade. After going through our program, clients report less or NO HEADACHES at all! Call or click to schedule a consultation today!
holistic(adj. -Holistic means encompassing the
whole of a thing, and not just the part.
Holistic medicine looks at the whole
person for answers, not just at physical
There is no “magic pill” for your brain. It is part of a whole ecosystem that includes your body and all your surroundings. Your brain is only 2 percent of your body weight, yet consumes 20 percent of the body’s glucose. Movement enhances blood circulation means more oxygen to the brain and more production of mood-enhancing endorphins. Meditation changes brain frequency and function. The frequencies of deep meditation allow a “brain rest” you cannot get anywhere else. Meditation also enhances connection and symmetry between the right and left hemispheres of the brain.
The Herbal Nutrition approach works to help battle memory loss & cognitive impairments by encouraging the growth and development of neural stem cells by its high level of flavonoids
The synthetic process of “isolating” a particular compound can cause your
body not to recognize it the same way it recognizes the natural version.
It’s important for athletes to be mentally healthy on and off the field as their mental health impacts their performance. Encouraging the body and mind to work together is a great way to reach full potential. I’ve assisted athletes with stress and anxiety management, building resilience, positive self talk, motivation, relaxation techniques, coping with the pressure of performing, imagery/visualization, and more. Mental skills + physical skills = peak performance! - JaMeshia Sykes, LPC