Deise R. Russell, CHBP, CNBT, CBP

Deise “Daisy” R. Russell, CHBP, CNBT, CBP and founder of Mind Fitness RVA, helps people struggling with stress enhance their mental focus, athletic performance and meditation skills by training their brains to be more resilient and flexible in order to reach their full potential. She utilizes NeurOptimal neurofeedback brain training sessions to increase the efficiency of the central nervous system and help clients relieve suffering, restore energy and enhance performance.

Some of the initial shifts Russell’s clients experience are greater self-confidence, the capacity to let unimportant things go more easily and a greater ability to take necessary actions without procrastination. They also report thinking with greater clarity, sleeping better and feeling less stress than prior to brain training.

Russell is a graduate of the Human Potential Institute in California and Kingdom College of Natural Health, a NeurOptimal Neurofeedback Advanced Brain Trainer and a biohacker. She became a certified Bioenergetics practitioner in early 2019 and dedicates a lot of time to researching energy medicine. 

Location: 5540 Falmouth St., Ste. 307. For appointments and more information, call 804-690-7783 of visit MindFitnessRVA.com. 

We help you address stress



Do you have a hard time bouncing back from negative events and emotions to a point that it is affecting your health, your energy level, and even your relationships?

Our brain cells are continually remolded and reorganized by our thoughts and experiences. Our nerve cells are like dancing patterns of delicate electric fibers in an animated web, connecting and disconnecting all the time.

We can get stuck in a particular mindset and attitude partly because a portion of the brain (a portion that has become hardwired by our repeated thoughts and reactions) limits our vision of what’s possible and we fail to see all the other possibilities that are available to us. Like anxiety or insomnia when the brain is stuck in a loop and doesn’t know how to get off that loop, training the brain for better resilience and flexibility will teach the brain to let go of those patterns – stress won’t send you into a spiral and you are able to bounce right back.

If, to one degree or another, you are unhappy with the circumstances of your life and you want to change, you can train your brain, so that you no longer fall into those repetitive, habitual and unhealthy reactions that are produced as a result of our genetic inheritance and our past experiences.

We know from experience that change of any type is difficult for most people, but the NEUROPTIMAL ® Advanced Brain Training System trains your brain to be more efficient, more flexible, and more resilient. Individuals who trained with neuroptimal report a more open and positive mindset in which obstacles more manageable and problems more reasonable.

Much like a mirror that promotes self-correction, NEUROPTIMAL ® neurofeedback program monitors your brain waves and then provides feedback to your central nervous system about what it has just done. When the software detects a shift in your brain wave pattern, it sends an audible signal that encourages the brain to “reset” and self-correct.



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These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to replace medical or psychological care. Neuroptimal Dynamical Neurofeedback is brain training; it is not a medical treatment. It serves strictly as a "mirror" to the brain. Nothing is added to, or taken away from the person using the program.