Town of Cornelius PARC Department Guest Speaker for Black History Month Celebration

Tracy Alston

The Town of Cornelius PARC Department is pleased to announce that Tracy Alston will be the guest speaker for this year’s Black History Month Celebration. Ms. Alston is a mental fitness consultant, a licensed professional counselor, board certified in biofeedback and neurofeedback by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance, a radio host for the Mental Fitness Matters show on WSIC radio … Read More

Neurofeedback for Better Sleep. 4 Incredible Reasons Why Athletes Use It

neurofeedback athlete sleep

Neurofeedback for better sleep. Neurofeedback (NFB) or Neurotherapy is a type of biofeedback using real-time displays of brain activity. The main objective of neurofeedback sessions is to self-regulate certain brain functions to deal with issues or improve overall brain performance. The typical neurofeedback session consists of placing sensors on the scalp for measuring electrical activity in the brain. Screens that … Read More

What Are You Feeding Your Mind? | MFM 23 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #3


Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 23:27 — 16.1MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Spotify | Email | TuneIn | RSS | MoreAre you ready to overcome the obstacles in your life that are holding you back, learn how to use positive energy and momentum to your advantage, and truly harness the power of your mind and set yourself up for … Read More

The Mental Fitness Matters Show on WSIC 105.9FM RADIO STATION

Tracy Alston

MENTAL FITNESS MATTERS® SHOW WITH HOST TRACY ALSTON Mental Fitness Matters is a show designed to provide busy people with short practical solutions to improve your mental fitness. The Mental Fitness Matters show and platform introduces industry experts, guests and ordinary people from all walks of life to sit down and talk about all matters related to mental wellness, what mental … Read More

Brainwaves and qEEG Brain Mapping

Brainwaves and qEEG Brain Mapping

Why is understanding brainwaves important? A healthy brain has an optimal speed. Think about your brain speed like shifting gears on a bike. A healthy brain should be able to access these brain speeds/states effortlessly. For example, if your brain is stuck in high gear for too long you could experience being overwhelmed, anxious, overly stressed, irritable, tension headaches and … Read More