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Neuroplasticity – your adaptive brain Part 2, Balance

  Today I want to talk about balance. Don’t fret, I’m not talking about handstands and slacklining; just our ability to stay upright (most of the time) is an amazing feat of coordination.     Balance is vitally important for maintaining an active lifestyle. It has even been shown that people who can stand on one leg for at […]

Neuroplasticity – your adaptive brain

Part 1 In order to understand the basis of our true individuality, how we perceive the world in our own unique fashion, how we are physically sculpted by our past, formed by the life we lead and have led, it is vital to understand the phenomenon called neuroplasticity. Neuroplasticity, put simply, is the ability of […]