In March we shared some words from Suzanne about her experience as a participant in the early research for inTime which inspired her to go deeper into her story as you’ll read herein.
“For me, inTime has reversed the symptoms of my fall into depression and I don’t say that lightly. inTime has made changes at a core level which has given me increased emotional stability. inTime hasn’t just put me back to where I have functioned for so long with my head just above water; I actually feel inTime has reversed the downward spiral and lifted me back up into a more positive realm where I am able to feel happy, content and look forward to what’s ahead.
I have continued to listen to inTime and I will do for some time to come. Who knows what other minor miracles might be in store for me! My listening sessions aren’t as intense as in the beginning but still continue to be a wonderful relaxing experience each time.
I am still amazed and can’t quite believe how these beautiful rhythms have made such a difference to my life in such a short space of time.
Thank you to all involved with the making of inTime!”
Read Suzanne’s Case Study
How do I get started with inTime?
inTime is offered through trained professionals who received specialized training as inTime providers.
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inTime is a rhythm-based music listening method developed to influence brain performance and support focus, rhythm & timing and stress resilience.