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Rapidly Growing Company Extends Global Reach
Date:3/4/2013

Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) March 04, 2013

Brain State Technologies continues to rapidly extend its global reach with the addition of 14 new Brainwave Optimization™ centers throughout the US, Canada, and Japan in the past 90 days. New offices have opened or will be opening soon in Cary, North Carolina; Kalamazoo, MI; Saukville, WI; Medinah, IL; Henderson, NV; Denver, CO; Scottsdale, AZ; and Meridian, ID in the United States. In Canada, new offices are appearing in Beamsville, ON; Toronto, ON; and Kelowna, AB. The three new offices opening in Japan will bring the total number of Brainwave Optimization™ providers in the island nation to ten.

The brainchild of Brain State Technologies® founder and CEO Lee Gerdes, Brainwave Optimization is a patented neuro-technological process designed to facilitate relaxation and auto-calibration of the brain. “Traumas—both physical and emotional—can knock the brain out of balance, so to speak”, explains Gerdes. “Through Brainwave Optimization we provide the brain a means to see itself and restore itself”. Utilizing proprietary neuro-technology, a brainwave technologist monitors the brainwave activity of a client. Specially designed software processes that brainwave activity into musical tones which are played back to the client in real time. Through this “mirroring”, the brain perceives its own imbalances and is able to auto-calibrate. The resulting improvement in brain function has shown to help with a wide range of afflictions including stress, pain, sleeplessness, brain injuries, and learning challenges.

Brain State Technologies is performing a balancing act of its own, continuing to refine and improve their signature technology while simultaneously making that technology available to as many people as possible. In order to accomplish this, Brain State Technologies has developed a unique business model, licensing their technology to independently owned and operated affiliate p
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