The technology behind stands on the shoulders of decades of clinical work and research. We are offering you the best of both clinical and consumer worlds; consumer ease of use with high fidelity signals and clinically-developed Programs. This is personal transformation technology for a regular non-techie to use at home.

Watch this 2-minute video for an overview of our neurotechnology.

Merging Best-in-Class Engineering & Latest Science


Brainwaves are the patterns of electric pulses made by brain cells when they communicate with each other. Brainwaves are grouped into frequency bands, each having specific characteristics associated with them. The ability of the brain to be flexible and produce more or less of each band depending on the requirements of the moment is key. Your brain’s inherent neuroplasticity allows it to learn new brain states.


Neurofeedback has long been used in neurotherapy clinics for recovery and more recently for peak performance. It is a form of biofeedback that is specific to the brain’s electrical (EEG) signals. It has been referred to as a mirror for the mind which allows you to progressively Train in self-awareness and self-regulation with real-time objective feedback.


Photobiomodulation (tPBM) has been a field of research over the last 15+ years. Like electrical stimulation, tPBM modulates the brain. Unlike electrical stimulation, this approach is noninvasive and initiates metabolic processes.

Transcranial photobiomodulation (tPBM) uses infrared light to boost cerebral oxygen metabolism. The way that near-infrared lasers and light-emitting diodes (LEDs) interact with brain function is based on bioenergetics.

tPBM supplies the brain with metabolic energy in a way analogous to the conversion of nutrients into metabolic energy, but with light instead of nutrients providing the source for ATP-based metabolic energy. If an effective near-infrared light energy dose is supplied, it stimulates brain ATP production and blood flow, and mitochondrial respiration by donating photons to cytochrome oxidase.

Heart-Rate Variability Training

Heart coherence training, also referred to as heart rate variability (HRV) Training, is a scientifically evidenced way to rebalance the nervous system and create a healthy stress management response. The physiological phenomenon of HRV is the variation in the time intervals between heartbeats. PPG (photoplethysmography) sensors can be used to measure your heart rate and provide real-time audiovisual feedback like a heart mirror. Heart coherence is the objective and it is mathematically evidenced by a consistent rhythmic heart rate pattern.

Brain Networks

The network view of the brain reveals how the various parts of the brain communicate and coordinate to get things done. More than a purely physiological view, these networks (also known as large scale brain networks) show how neurons wire and fire together like electrical circuits. neuromodulation targets the rich club network of the brain which encapsulates 12 such large scale networks. The 3 most prominent ones that modulates are the Salient Network, the Default Mode Network and the Executive Network.

Event Related Potentials

Event Related Potentials (ERPs) are used in studies to evaluate the brain’s processing speed. Like with a CPU, faster clock speed means more power. These mathematical measurements provide results of the brain’s timing in response to a defined test (specifically audio and visual stimulus and response).

Science Resources

Our own clinical trials are in the design phase, but the underlying technology is well-proven to induce brain states to improve cognitive recovery, mental performance and meditation. See studies below regarding the underlying science.

The effect of training distinct neurofeedback protocols on aspects of cognitive performance

EEG Neurofeedback: A Brief Overview and an Example of Peak Alpha Frequency Training for Cognitive Enhancement in the Elderly

Effects of SMR and Theta/Beta Neurofeedback on Reaction Times, Spatial Abilities, and Creativity:

Brain Oscillations in Sport: Toward EEG Biomarkers of Performance:

Stability of an ERP-Based Measure of Brain Network Activation (BNA) in Athletes: A New Electrophysiological Assessment Tool for Concussion:

The Impact of Resonance Frequency Breathing on Measures of Heart Rate Variability, Blood Pressure, and Mood:

Increased Gamma Brainwave Amplitude Compared to Control in Three Different Meditation Traditions:

The effect of gamma enhancing neurofeedback on the control of feature bindings and intelligence measures:

Mindfulness-induced changes in gamma band activity - implications for the default mode network, self-reference and attention

Meditation States and Traits: EEG, ERP, and Neuroimaging Studies

Large Effects of brief meditation intervention on EEG spectra in meditation novices

Mindfulness meditation and consciousness: An integrative neuroscientific perspective

Increased Gamma Brainwave Amplitude Compared to Control in Three Different Meditation Traditions

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