THE 6 PACK (Register for all 6 WORKSHOPS)
MEFS Workshops offer a unique approach to Brain Optimization. To perform at the highest level, MEFS understands that every component is important, Mind, Body
Brain optimization can improve performance in every area of your life. Your brain determines how you think, feel, act and how well you get along with others. To improve performance in every area of your life, it starts with the brain. This six-part, science-based workshop series takes you through the necessary components to improve your overall emotional, mental and physical well-being and connection.
SPECIAL 6 PACK WORKSHOP
Saturdays from 1:00 to 3:00 pm
1. September 28, 2019: Learn how your brain works & How to optimize it in a simple, fun & easy to understand workshop
2. October 19, 2019: Biofeedback
3. October 26, 2019: Breathing Techniques for a Calm, Optimized mind
4. November 16, 2019: Yoga for Mental Fitness
5. December 14, 2019: Meditation & Brain Optimization
6. January 11, 2020: Brain Food
Chef EDChef & Food Expert
Ed is a Johnson and Wales trained chef with over 30 years in the kitchen. Ed has transformed his own physical health and is passionate about sharing ideas with others. Ed believes shopping for food is one of the keys to success. Ed hails from NY and has been a Charlotte resident for 14 years. He and his wife Nancy have four children and two small dogs.
Tracy is a licensed professional counselor, a certified clinical trauma professional and she’s board certified in biofeedback and neurofeedback by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA) who draws on her extensive training as well as her own athletic experience to help her clients.
She is a member of the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, the Southeast Biofeedback and Clinical Neuroscience Association, the International Association of Trauma Professionals, North Carolina Counselors and a member of the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of North Carolina.
She is an adjunct professor of psychology at Mitchell Community College in Statesville, North Carolina and a freelance journalist for Feelin’ Good magazine. Alston has also trained with one of the leading researchers and pioneers in the field of neurofeedback.