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THIS CENTER IN HUBLI HELPS YOUR CHILDREN TO BECOME MULTI-TALENTED!

HUBBALLI: In a bid to help your children to become multi-talented, Super Brains Hubli is conducting a brain training camp for children in the age group of 4-16 years.

Informing this to Hubballi Times.com, Anusha Koravi – chief trainer ¬at Super Brains Hubli¬ – said, Super Brains is coming up with brain development training programme to improve various vital skills in children, including concentration, memory power, grasping ability, behavior, and handwriting.

“Children can utilize this opportunity to spend their vacations fruitfully,” Anusha added.

speaking about the techniques used during the training camp, she said, “This training includes yoga, meditation, dance, utilization of hands and legs independently, eyeball staring a glowing object on screen, brain stimulation listening to a 963hz sound, audiovisuals, and other latest techniques will be used to develop the children.”

“Third eye therapy is a special power that arises in the children. Here, children can do anything with their eyes closed ( Blindfoldedly) they can identify things through smell and sensational power. This is a unique technology,” she emphasized.

Though the concept is new in Hubballi, Anusha has successfully handled various batches so far, in which most of the parents have reportedly seen a positive change in their children.

For further details, call on 9481735740, 9448142160.

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  1. 963hz ? Is this Pineal Gland activation ? But not Solfeggio frequencies?
    Blindfolded reading for normal, can this be harnessed/applied to those who are blind?

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