About Brain Train San Diego

Taina Danahy

Welcome to Braintrain San Diego, my name is Taina Danahy and I am one of the co-founders of BTSD and Healing Our Heroes. I personally look forward to meeting each and everyone of you. A little background about me. I have been married to my husband for 6 years, who dedicated 12 years of his life to serving our country, he loved the Marines, but is now an Ironworker. We have 3 beautiful little girls who are our whole world, a cat, and a big old blood hound dog. I had worked for 10 years in different corporate jobs, however always left feeling very dissatisfied and unfulfilled. Then my very close friend Melissa introduced me to Braincore Neurofeedback, now I’m hooked. I’m so passionate about helping others, and plan on dedicating my life to advancing my education and knowledge in the Neurofeedback field.

The benefits with utilizing Braincore Neurofeedback is uncomparable to some medicine out there. The mind, body, and soul are powerful things that can actually heal themselves. Life is about service and helping others. My family has had many struggles and I know how Braincore Neurofeedback can positively change not only the person’s life but their family as well. Come check us out, we would love help you achieve true health and wellness!

Melissa Hergert

Melissa is the founder of Be Wellness Center in Atlanta, GA and is co-founder of Brain Train San Diedo. Melissa’s love of health and wellness led her to work to provide several offerings under one roof, creating a true wellness center. Out of this work, Be Wellness Center was born. Melissa provides neurofeedback therapy at Be Wellness, as well as essential oils and infrared sauna therapy. Melissa is so excited to assist Taina in expanding neurofeedback therapy to San Diego by co-founding Brain Train San Diego and continuing to work to grow awareness of neurofeedback as not only an alternative therapy to medication, but a primary therapy to aid in the creation of mental health.

Melissa Hergert co-founder Brain Train San Diego