Brightbrain Scotland Trainers

Over three years ago I met Bill Hubert for the first time, and after day one of taking his Bal-A-Vis-X training I knew that it was the beginning of something very special.

Little did I know that I would travel to many countries training with and assisting Bill Hubert, along with my husband and two children,Christopher and Eloise.Developing our skills,knowledge,friendship and sharing in Bill’s vision of helping struggling learners with the Bal-A-Vis-X programme.

In 2012 we were delighted to be sanctioned as the UK’s first Bal-A-Vis-X Practitioners and Christopher and Eloise as Assistant Instructors.Thus allowing us to help many students.

More trainings,travels and family gatherings with Scotland and USA followed our practitioner status.Bal-A-Vis-X is so wide and deep and continually evolving, with each training more is learnt by everyone. It’s uniqueness defined by those attending, the students and the trainers.

In 2014 we are equally delighted to be sanctioned as the UK’s only Trainers in the Bal-A-Vis-X programme. This will now give help to so many more struggling children and adults as we are able to train teachers/parents/health professionals/therapists to use the Bal-A-Vis-X programme with their students.

For the past 3 years we have invited and sponsored Bill Hubert to deliver his 3 day training in Scotland, we will continue to do this each year in June.

For more information on our training sessions click here

LATEST NEWS

Ahoy There!!

Ahoy there me hearties! Bal-A-Vis-X(BAVX) has recently been pirated by several people in Europe. These Pirates “hide” their faux Bal-A-Vis-X trainings under false names, yet…

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Unique Programme Helps Students Focus

From a classroom in Wichita,Kansas to many classrooms in the Norman Public School District, Oklahoma, the Bal-A-Vis-X Programme, developed by Bill Hubert is changing lives………

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Children are GREAT teachers.

We received this wonderful story from a teacher in Oklahoma. “We had an amazing Bal-A-Vis-X experience this week! I had a third grade student in…

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