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Listen within. You are the expert in you.
Chronic vertigo, dizziness, and tinnitus are invisible disruptions to a person’s life that can be unresponsive to traditional treatments, leaving sufferers feeling hopeless. Yet healing is possible using neuroplasticity, the brain and body’s capacity to change itself. So, why is nobody teaching us how to do it?
Vestibular audiologist and neuroplasticity therapist Joey Remenyi explains why holistic neuroplasticity is often overlooked; why nobody else can prescribe it for you; and why ignoring, denying, distracting, and avoiding symptoms may not work. Joey gives hope to the hopeless with her pioneering self-study approach to healing chronic symptoms that outlines how we can rebuild a new normal with methodical steps. Using client case studies and her own personal experience, Joey guides the reader to gently feel their way through healing—physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.
Including home exercise ideas and a heart-centered approach to the science, Rock Steady is the handbook for anyone with chronic unwanted sensations or sounds in their body.
Joey lives on Wadawurrung Country with her husband and son in Victoria, Australia. She is uniquely positioned to support and understand folks suffering with vertigo and tinnitus with her background in psychology, neuroscience, acceptance commitment therapy (ACT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), a master of clinical vestibular audiology, and over twenty years of experience in yoga and the art of experiential neuroplasticity.
Joey is the founder and director of Seeking Balance International and the creator of ROCK STEADY, a program that has transformed the lives of thousands of people suffering with persistent vertigo or tinnitus.
Joey has presented at conferences and workshops internationally as a world-leading pioneer in vertigo and tinnitus recovery. She offers a highly needed and refreshing perspective on healing for people living with debilitating vertigo or tinnitus.