Biofeedback for sports and performance
To improve performance, it is important to capture and record bodily functions before, during and after training or competition. By acquiring, analyzing and understanding the ideal individual levels of the bodily functions, an athlete can reach his maximum peak in performance. Athletes can benefit using biofeedback while training peak performance by reducing stress and anxiety, getting more control over energy levels and achieve self-regulation.
Biofeedback can also be a meaningful tool in a corporate environment, both in treating the conditions that often originate from stress, as well as gaining insights in precursors of stress and working on prevention. A stress test can provide a good overview of accumulated stress patterns being held in the body and for clients to become aware of stressors or early signals of overload. People who suffer from musculoskeletal disorders (WRMD) can also be assisted determining the best workstation arrangements.
Neurofeedback for sports and performance
The two key points for performance in sports are stress management and improving focus. To improve an athlete's performance it is important to capture and record bodily functions before, during and after training or competition. By acquiring, analyzing and understanding the ideal individual levels of the bodily functions an athlete can reach his maximum peak in performance. Athletes can benefit using neurofeedback while training peak performance by, getting more control over energy levels, learning better to focus, achieve self-regulation, and improving consistency in performance.
Neurofeedback within a corporate environment can also be used to optimize focusing and for cognitive enhancement.
The added value of biofeedback and neurofeedback
- Psychophysiological stress profiling showing stress responses and identifying trigger
- Visualize physiological responses of the mind-body interface and dysfunctional patterns
- Complimentary to existing relaxation techniques
- Increase body awareness, reinforcing a sense of balance
- Learn self-regulation, gain more control over bodily signals
- Motivate clients to take a more active role in their personal health