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Thursday March 22nd, 2018 with Suzette Schmiedel
The Physio-Brain Connection With Brain Training Expert Daniel Moreau

We already know that our brain is a magnificent tool that controls many processes in our body such as motor control, visual processing, auditory and sensation processing and more. But what can the body do for the brain? Find out with Neuro Science Researcher and Brain Training Expert Daniel Mauro. You will discover some quite fascinating brain facts and experience music that will enhance your mind. Special Guest Contact Info: Daniel Mauro, M.Cog.Sc Neuroscience Researcher and Brain Training Expert Founder/Editor of High Performance Brain Magazine *This digital magazine is available on all mobile Apple devices at the iTunes App Store under Newsstand (for easy access search ‘high performance brain’) Author of Build Yourself a Better Brain available at Amazon.ca (http://www.amazon.ca/Build-Yourself-Better-Brain-Potential-ebook/dp/B00D0W9OJS) Contact: dmauro@sympatico.ca Web: http://highperformancebrainmag.wordpress.com
exert Mozart Sonata for Two Pianos in D, K. 448
Perahia and Lupu - Single
Frolik
Matthew Schoening - Arrow Path Canadian
Trampolin
Esmerine - La Lechuza Canadian
Odyssey
Matthew Schoening - Arrow Path Canadian
Percussion Adventure
Fleat Beat - Single
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Meg
I had the pleasure of listening in to this wonderful show! Very useful info to keep in mind and develop some creative visualization and calming breathing techniques. Thank you very much for re-airing the program :)

6:48 PM, March 23rd, 2018
Stephen
What an excellent broadcast Suzette. Many thanks for the information and the wisdom. There is much to learn and enjoy here and I am most grateful for you inviting Daniel and your excellent choices of music and questions. Learned a lot of useful tips so thanks again and big smiles to you and yours. Highly recommended for anyone that cares about their brain.

11:25 PM, March 23rd, 2018