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Six to eight weeks after your final session, we will have a complimentary follow up together and go over your results. Most people will have seen a resolution of their original discomfort by this time. Occasionally, additional fine tuning may be necessary.

208 N. McCormick St.  Prescott, AZ 86301   928-679-3806   jasmine@nazbit.com


Every person is a unique expression and likewise, each person's integration process will be just as unique.  Some may experience significant changes after the first session, others may not see changes until after the entire treatment, or any time in between. 


     I love a good transcendentalist quote, and Emerson is always one of my favorites.  I'm not sure what specifically he was thinking of when he wrote this one, but when I read it I thought of neuralpathways and brain plasticity. And four wheeling.  I thought of four wheeling a little bit too.

     Neuroplasticity is the ability of our amazing brains to change themselves, and to create new pathways when they have new information or experiences. Which is cool, because that's what makes the Brain Integration process possible.

If you choose a path that includes Brain Integrationin your journey, it will start with a free assessment where we will discuss what blocks were found and possibly how long your treatment may take. On average the BIT process will take somewhere between 8 and 12 hour long sessions that can be scheduled according to your individual needs.

     Each session is completely non-invasive and pain free.  In fact, most clients report an overwhelming feeling of calm and relaxation. While lying fully clothed on a treatment table, specific meridian points will be stimulated with a light touch and connected together in order to activate regions within the brain. If a block is found, a new electromagnetic circuit will be created, improving the flow of information and the overall functioning of the brain.


"Do not go where there is a path, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail."

-Ralph Waldo Emerson