Listen to Elisabeth share her story

Georgia Ellis from the Ellis in Wunderland sits down with Elisabeth and explores how the body keeps score of your trauma. What most people don’t realise is we hold Trauma within our body for our entire lifetime unless we have the courage to deal with it. Through the integration of neural exercises that include vision and balance drills, breath work, cranial nerve stimulation, and somatic meditation, Elisabeth shows us how the body and the brain can work together for optimal performance.

Meg Mateer from the BREAK DOWN. WAKE UP. sits down with Elisabeth and explores how the tendency to attach our personal value to our businesses or professions can push us to overwork ourselves, the body's incredible creative ways to bring itself back into a state of balance and safety, and how trauma works itself both through the body and through our relationships.


Brain-Based Wellness with Elisabeth Kristof is a combo of applied neuroscience training and high-education, high energy at-home workouts that include strategic muscles toning, HIIT cardio and brain-based Pilates.

This wellness practice also includes somatic (body-based) meditation, breath work and cranial nerve stimulation for well-being and nervous system health. This is a space for growth-oriented people to come together and support each other in achieving health
and vitality.

Work out, work inward and move forward.

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Brain-Based Wellness uses functional neurology to improve well-being. Our nervous system (CNS) governs our body and our behavior. Whether we like it or not, our CNS is impacted by our past - injury, emotional trauma or illness.

Past trauma creates habitual responses in our nervous system and brain. Our brains, however, are plastic and can be trained to improve our health and wellness (at the subconscious level).

By training the visual, balance and sensory systems to produce better input for the brain, threat to the nervous system can be reduced and impacts of past trauma mitigated.

Training yourself to produce better input for the brain reduces stress on the nervous system. Less stress leads to less negative outputs like pain, tension, unwanted behavior, fatigue and anxiety.

Brain-Based Wellness uses functional neurology to improve well-being. Our nervous system (CNS) governs our body and our behavior. Whether we like it or not, our CNS is impacted by our past - injury, emotional trauma or illness.

Past trauma creates habitual responses in our nervous system and brain. Our brains, however, are plastic and can be trained to improve our health and wellness (at the subconscious level).

By training the visual, balance and sensory systems to produce better input for the brain, threat to the nervous system can be reduced and impacts of past trauma mitigated.

Training yourself to produce better input for the brain reduces stress on the nervous system. Less stress leads to less negative outputs like pain, tension, unwanted behavior, fatigue and anxiety.

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We can “rewire” our brains and heal both psychological and physical ailments by intentionally targeting specific areas of the brain.

Whether you are looking to improve athletic performance, reduce pain, increase flexibility, change behavior, have more energy or simply move through the world in a way that reflects your highest beliefs – it all begins with training your brain to improve the function of your nervous system.

Brain-based wellness is not a replacement for therapy or medication, but a tool used to enhance recovery by allowing the nervous system to function in a state of reduced threat at the subconscious level.

Everyone has a unique body and a unique nervous system. Brain-based wellness gives you the tools you need to know how to train yourself for optimal performance, for healing and for behavior change. Learn how to give your brain and body the stimulus they need to achieve your highest goals.

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