Crossinology® Brain Integration Technique (BIT)
by Elizabeth Eyerer
What is Crossinology® Brain Integration Technique?
Crossinology® Brain Integration Technique (BIT) is a proven alternative treatment for learning difficulties based on the principles of Applied Physiology and acupressure. BIT opens and integrates neurological pathways throughout the brain, giving individuals permanent access to their full potential.
BIT is completely non-invasive and creates profound changes in the brain with NO drugs or surgery.
Who can BIT help?
BIT helps people with ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, and other learning and memory problems. BIT can also help those suffering from autistic spectrum disorders, closed head traumas and brain injuries, strokes, and emotional issues.
How does BIT work?
Many treatments to correct learning problems involve prescription medication, modifications to a person's learning style, or intense on-going exercises. BIT actually changes the electromagnetic flow of information to the brain, opening blocked neural pathways for optimum brain function.
Using Applied Kinesiology, or muscle testing, BIT works to identify and correct over 80 different components involved in learning. BIT makes sure the information coming in through the eyes and ears is directed to the correct location within the brain with the correct timing.
BIT changes the brain from the inside out, as opposed to the outside in. By repatterning brain activity, BIT helps children and adults to operate with minimum stress and maximum efficiency.
Meet the Practitioner
Elizabeth Eyerer, M.M. is a certified Brain Integration practioner who is passionate about her work. She received her B.A. from Smith College and M.M. from New England Conservatory. Elizabeth studied Crossinology® Brain Integration Technique (BIT) with the founder of the work, Susan McCrossin, and received her certification from The Learning Enhancement Center in 2009.
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