This program is based on multiple-method research supporting significant improvements in cognition, self-care and physical functioning for those recovering from stroke, TBI, at-risk heart failure, and other cognitive and learning disabilities*. NeuroRecovery is designed to run for 12 consecutive weeks, and can be customized for the needs of each client to continue longer if needed for further improvement. We are also in the process of expanding interventions from world class neuroplastic protocols.

WE ARE NOT PHYSICIANS OR NEUROLOGISTS AND CANNOT DIAGNOSE SEVERE DISORDERS. Seek advise from your physician before considering the NeuroRecovery program.

Desired Outcome

To enhance and rebuild brain health following injury and severe dysfunctions.

Suitable For

…those with TBI, Stroke, Acquired Brain Injury, PTSD, at-risk heart failure (shown to improve cognition, self-care maintenance, quality of life and physical function), and multiple learning disabilities


  1. Fitness Boost: Pilates and exercise sessions
  2. Exercise Monitoring & Tracking
  3. Rest & Recovery Program
  4. Brain training and coaching
  5. Nutrition coaching
  6. Pre and Post Assessments


$1,500.00 and up for 12 weeks based on number of group vs private sessions and additional services.

Customized programs will be quoted separately.  Please contact us regarding your specific needs and goals.

TBI, Stroke, ABI, PTSD, at-risk heart failure, multiple learning disabilities
* “Alterations in Resting State Functional Connectivity in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury”, Jessica M Sevick, N Virji-Baul, William J Panenka. University of British Columbia Dept. of Medicine, Psychiatry (10.15.2020)
Porter S. et al 2017. “Changes in brain-behavior relationships following a 3-month pilot cognitive intervention program for adults with traumatic brain injury”. Hellyon 3 (2017) e00373. dos:10.1016/j.hellyon.2017
“Exercise and Cognitive Training as a Strategy to Improve Neurocognitive Outcomes in Heart Failure: A Pilot Study”. Am J Geriatric Psychiatry. 2019 Aug;27(8):809-819. dos: 10.1016/j/jagp.2019.01.211/
“Exercise and Cognitive Training Intervention Improves Self-Care, Quality of Life and Functional Capacity in Persons with Heart Failure”. Journal of Applied Gerontology October 13, 2020.