Neurosculpting® is a 5-step meditation process that can strategically help an individual release the grip of old patterns and entrain their brain to creating new, and more supportive patterns, habits and behaviors.
In more specific terms, Neurosculpting® was developed by Lisa Wimberger as a method to support self-directed neuroplasticity, the brain’s ability to transform, through the union of neuroscience and meditation practices to aid in the down-regulation of chronic CNS (Central Nervous System) arousal states. Unique to the Neurosculpting® methodology is its methodical structure and intentional whole-brain engagement designed to support the management of stress through specific languaging, and simultaneously up-regulate focused attention through life practices, including brain-specific nutrition.
Hi there! I’m Mariah Ehlert, a certified Neurosculpting® Facilitator, Master Nutrition Therapist, Portrait Photographer, and Rebel. After working on Wall Street for 20 years I wanted something more. It was time to take a big risk and follow my dreams. Following my own path created so much more stress so I gathered more tools, practiced often, and learned struggle doesn’t have to mean suffering. Your dreams are powerful and worthy, and you don’t have to suffer as much working to achieve them.
I want to teach you tools to live with ease, calm our stress response, and be healthier in mind and body. I want to empower you with tools to help heal, celebrate, and find that tickly beautiful joy. Your dreams are worth manifesting. And for most of us this requires navigating our way through stress, tricky mindset shifts, and entraining a powerful pathway for joy.
If we take care of ourselves, love, and celebrate who we are, what we've learned, how we've grown, we will have an abundant cup to share with others. We become an example to those around us, our children, family, friends. We can empower others to love themselves as well.
I am not a neuroscientist nor am I a therapist. Consider me your brain coach, showing you some insight into why your brain does what it does, so we can optimize it and improve our daily lives.
My approach to grace can often be atypical (rebellious side of me), but that is what worked for me, on my own healing path. I am a bit quirky and love, scifi, board games, the feel of dirt and rock under my shoes. Early mornings, tea, and dark chocolate make my heart sing.
In this episode, Mariah Ehlert shares her personal story of how she went from having a lucrative job at Wall Street to being laid off and homeless after purchasing a turn of the century building (a church, no less) and renovating it into a beautiful space called The Sanctuary Studio. This is a woman who knows how to dream, and dream big. She shares her story and her secrets how to thrive, even during the tough times. Discover how she turned her fear into power, and how she can help you do the same.
Although many of Neurosculpting meditation my classes are offered online, I encourage in-person attendance, not just because it’s really nice to have your energy here, but my studio is a fun and unique, it’s a sanctuary from the outside world. Located in West Washington Park, Denver, Colorado, and is a place of relaxation, healing, and celebration. I hold most of my weekend retreats here as well. Hope to see you soon!