Rory Park-Ross

The average human being is dealing with 50 000 more bits of information per second than they were 50 years ago. That is an incredible statistic to ponder. The average brain is simply unable to cope with this bombardment of information, and has taken measures to protect itself. In addition, the effects of the stress that we live with every day should not be underestimated.



After a life spent in the engineering world, it was being struck by a life threatening disease for the fourth time that gave Rory Park-Ross the time at home to think about what he really wanted to do with his life - and the answer was Neurobalance.

Rory Park-Ross grew up in Johannesburg, where he trained as a mechanical engineer and has worked in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Saldanha and in Malawi as an Engineer. Back in Cape Town in 2000, he made beautiful aluminium garden furniture that was sold in places like Harrods in London.

His illness in 2004 made him reconsider how he was spending his time, and the search for a fulfilling career began. In 2006 Rory Park-Ross spent 3 months in America looking at a variety of options, and the concept that stood out head and shoulders above all the rest was the Brain Optimisation system developed by Brain State Technologies in Arizona. He underwent brain training himself and the experience was so rich and rewarding that the decision to purchase the technology was an easy one. The concept is especially fulfilling because it is the client’s own brain that sees the opportunity to improve it’s own condition. In hearing it’s activity translated into sound, the brain is able to gauge it’s performance, exactly like looking in a mirror. The changes are not impressed on the system, but are caused by the system’s own adjustment. This makes the process empowering for the client.

Neurobalance has given Rory Park-Ross the opportunity to assist clients make real, lasting and often dramatic differences in their lives. Offices currently in Wynberg, Cape Town and Fourways, Johannesburg, and will in future expand to include wellness programs in companies.