Peak Brain Performance

To achieve peak brain performance, you need sharp focus, high mental alertness and emotional well-being. Athletes, artists and other high-performing individuals are able to access flow state – a term from positive psychology that simply means to “get in the zone.” But we all have the potential to experience this state of enriched productivity, energy and engagement. We just need to teach our brains how.

Push your cognitive skills to their limits and build mental agility for better brain performance with our neurofeedback training exercises. Our clients report increased focus and creativity after each peak brain training session in our clinic in Dubai. To experience similar results, book a free 15-minute consultation with our neurofeedback specialists now.

Did You Know?

8 Seconds Average attention span
1,500 Times The average number of times one picks up their phone every week
67% of employees experience burnout

Peak Performance training enhances:

  • Focus
  • Creativity
  • Memory
  • Mental agility
  • Stamina

Peak Performance Through Neurofeedback Training

We all are born with certain qualities but we are not using them to the fullest for improving cognitive performance due to low self-confidence and lack of motivation. With neurofeedback, we can now train our brains to gain confidence and maximize our brain’s potential. Our neurofeedback sessions involve the use of non-invasive EEG sensors that are connected to your scalp while you relax in one of our cozy recliners. You will also watch any television show of your choice. This show will act as a mode to provide you with feedback of your own brain wave activity. Whenever your brain accomplishes the right brain activity, you will be rewarded with a bigger screen size and clear audio. With this mind performance hack, after you complete a few sessions, you will notice that you are able to focus better and feel motivated and experience peak brain performance.




I have had fantastic results after 20 sessions with Evolve. They customized nuerofeedback sessions that helped me increase my focus and good mood. I started the sessions when I was at a low point and as a result of the training I felt more empowered to navigate through those moments. I recommend this to anyone who experiences fatigue, stress, lack of motivation or heartache. It’s non invasive and a high return on your investment.

Andreea Zoia
Public Speaker

Brain Training sessions with Evolve have improved my focus greatly. I have enhanced my emotional as well as business resilience. Now, I am able to mentally take a step backwards from various challenges at work and view them with a much calmer and more productive mind set. This means I am also better able to handle stressful situations.

Zoheb Khan
MD - Bridges and Allies

How It Works

Initial consultation
We will discuss your specific needs and goals during consultation.
Neuropsychosocial assessment
We will do an in-depth assessment to understand your brain’s current strengths and weaknesses
Personalized training plan
Get a customized plan tailored to your specific needs.
Neurofeedback training
We begin your neurofeedback training sessions to help sharpen your brain.
Final assessment
We will repeat the neuropsychosocial assessment to track your progress.

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Learn More About Neurofeedback

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can neurofeedback heal the brain?


Neurofeedback has been known to help heal traumatic and non-traumatic brain injuries, as well as issues that stem from brain injury, such as memory impairment due to head trauma.

Neurofeedback does not heal damage in the physical sense. But due to its capability to create new neural pathways (sometimes called rewiring the brain), neurofeedback can train the brain to heal itself and to recover affected functions.

How much do these sessions cost?


You can find our complete price list here - Price List

Will insurance cover neurofeedback?


Clinical evidence suggests neurofeedback can help with memory loss stemming from mild cognitive impairment (the syndrome associated with Alzheimer's disease). In one study, subjects under an EEG-based neurofeedback training protocol showed significant improvements in memory performance. The improvements were likewise noted beyond the training period. Other trials also showed improved attention, working memory and executive function among participants consisting of old and young people who went through neurofeedback training.

How many sessions will I need?


Since neurofeedback involves learning and every person is unique, the type, order and pace of change differs from person to person. You will start experiencing benefits within the first few sessions. But for these effects to last, we recommend a full package of 20 sessions. However, some may require more than 20 sessions.

What is peak brain performance?


Peak brain performance refers to the optimal state of cognitive functioning where you can experience heightened focus, creativity and productivity. It also refers to various aspects of mental processes such as good memory and attention span. Individuals in a state of peak brain performance are likely to exhibit enhanced decision-making skills, quicker problem-solving abilities, and a heightened capacity for learning and innovation.

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