Dr Gabija Toleikyte – Neuroplasticity & Creating Lasting Change

Gabija's Session Is Available Until Tuesday, 15th September @ 5pm BST

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Dr Gabija Toleikyte is a neuroscientist and performance coach, who completed her PhD on the neuronal basis of memory and navigation at University College London (UCL). In this session, Gabija shares the fascinating science of how the brain changes across the lifespan, and practical neuroscience-based insights for making behaviour changes that last, and realising more of your potential.

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