Dr Chena Anderson ND
Brain Integration Therapist
Repairing Bridges, Removing obstacles, building a strong foundation for success in life and learning
What can we help you overcome?
Brain Integration Therapy
Transforming learning problems, ADD, ADHD, Dyslexia, Autism, PTSD, Sensory Processing Disorder, OCD, and Adoptive Stress Syndrome
Using the body as a keyboard, we are able to reconnect damaged circuits within the brain to create complete pathways for the brain to route information more effectively. Making learning a more enjoyable experience and releasing creativity trapped within the client.
“SIPS works on the physical, emotional, mental, etheric and electrical levels of the body to promote whole body healing. SIPS can be extremely effective for pain relief (for example, diffusing stress in a hurt knee by working with the muscles, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, synovial fluid and inflammatory processes involved, while also acknowledging any stuck emotion, or fear or a repeat injury), identifying roots of chronic illness; improving cognitive functions and learning difficulties; and assisting in hormonal balance.”
(Body Alignment Proprioceptor)
BAP is a transformational process which takes 2 hours to complete. It adjusts the body's proprioceptor and balance mechanism. This system addresses TMJ, Atlas, Axis, Sphenoid, Dura Mater, Pelvis, Foot Sensors, Hand Sensors, and Butt Sensors(for the wiggly child). Allowing the body to come to a place of postural balance and a place of greatly diminished pain.
This healing modality allow for the resetting of muscles, nerves, tendons and ligaments to allow increased movement and reduced pain, following injury or stroke.
Frequency Specific Neuropathy/Pain Therapy
The pain of neuropathy caused by restless leg syndrome, or diabetes can be reduced and eliminated by this amazing treatment(30 min)
By stimulating reflex points on feet and hands the body can find a healthy place of balance and diminish pain for a refreshing and energizing feeling.
What our customers are saying
Dear Chena, I saw Dad today. His head is more centered on his body. The bulges that were on the back of his neck are no longer there. He is starting to have some pain in his neck, which is a good thing! When he is sitting, he can raise his head up more and see better...Thank you so much! (Parkinson's victim whose head hung onto his chest, 1 week following a BAP session)
Gail -Orange, Va