PNV® NEURO VISUAL TRAINING CERTIFIED PRACTITIONER
“My vocation is to help you take care of your nervous system, take care of you. Stress and anxiety are a natural part of life, but they shouldn’t take center stage — and they definitely should not get in the way of your enjoying a full and happy life! Restoring balance to your nervous system can help bring some often much-needed lightheartedness back into your daily life.”
WHAT IS PNV
Stemming from the works of Georges Quertant, PNV Neuro Visual Training is a highly effective method that regulates the nervous system through visual exercises, respecting each person’s pace as they restore balance and unleash their full potential.
Our nervous system orchestrates our well-being
Complex and meticulous, our nervous system’s extremely precise mechanics are the cornerstone of our health and well-being — but can easily malfunction, leading to numerous unpleasant ailments or disorders.
WHO IS IT FOR?
PNV is aimed at all those who suffer from functional disorders such as:
– Attention, concentration, memory or learning disorders;
– Hypersensitivities (emotional, social or sensory);
– Insomnia, migraines;
– Digestive or hormonal disorders;
– Anxiety disorders, depression, phobias, OCD;
– It is well suited for adults and children (from 7 years old).
HOW DOES IT WORK?
First, our initial assessment establishes a picture of how your nervous system behaves.
A series of test-images is presented on our NeuroVisio optical devices, and the brain’s basal nerve centers’ reactions — and their impact on daily life — are thus observed and measured in a painless, non-invasive way.
Then, if an adjustment proves necessary, rehabilitation is led by a PNV practitioner, through regular sessions of visual exercises.
MY PERSONAL TAKE ON PNV®
Most nervous systems don’t function properly because they aren’t adapted to how we use them in our modern lives: they’re overstimulated and faced with chronic stress, emotional traumas, pollution, processed food, etc.
As a consequence, people become highly sensitive, develop anxiety disorders, attention-deficit disorders, OCDs, burnout, even digestive problems—and the list goes on. They go through life suffering, thinking it’s their lot. And that’s precisely the idea that I am fighting: it’s crazy to believe you have to suffer through living! It’s ok to take care of yourself and enjoy life.
Enthusiastic about my own results, I decided to train and work with other people to support them in their journeys. That’s my contribution to a lighter, gentler life.