Brain Integration Technique to be Demonstrated at Peavey Library

On Monday, January 29 at 6:00 p.m., Paul Ouelette of Acadia Brain Care in Calais will present an introduction to Crossinology Brain Integration. This educational program will present the fundamentals of the neuroscience at the root of this technique,  a combination of acupressure, kinesiology, and applied physiology formatting. This approach is designed as a non-invasive and drug-free way to realign the neural pathways between the hemispheres of the brain and facilitate healing. It has demonstrated effectiveness at achieving relief for such issues as learning disabilities, ADD, ADHD, dyslexia, PTSD, physical pain and injury, depression and anxiety, and a host of other physical, emotional and cognitive issues. Ouelette, who also holds a Masters Degree is counseling, will incorporate live demonstrations of the Brain Integration technique as part of the program for any who might wish to see or experience it first-hand. Space is limited, so it is recommended that interested persons call to reserve a place. Drop-ins are welcome, as space allows. To reserve space, or make an appointment, please call the library at 853-4021.