Walking around day to day we consciously engage one side of our brain at a time (i.e. left brain/right brain). But our subconscious behavior and thoughts come from simultaneous activity in both sides of our brain (that’s what makes it subconscious and thus, often difficult to understand, explain or change). When you go into a Balance, you use specific breathing techniques and unique (but simple) body postures that simultaneously engage both sides of your brain. Unlike traditional methods of counseling, once the client is equipped with some basic tools, he/she is able to personally influence well being. Unlike traditional counseling, the focus moves quickly to solutions rather than the unfolding of a long history of the problems that plague a person or organization. With facilitated help stresses are identified quickly and simply. Clients are then coached through simple disciplines that focus on releasing the anxiety and placing them in their proper perspective. Unlike traditional methods, the client does not have to reveal and rehash or relive experiences to find relief . Instead, a person or organization can begin immediately to reshape their underlying beliefs to support success. Using tools learned, you’re able to examine a stressful mental limit, gather the energy caught up with that stress, address its causes and influences and resolve the conflict. The product of a balance is real change as you direct this released energy to face stresses head-on, gather the energy from those stresses and use that energy to enact the positive change that you desire. In short, you retrain your brain and patterns to achieve goals central to your health and wellness– just like you retrain your muscles with physical exercise.