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The mission of The Brain Room is to provide two crucial pieces for mental wellness and positive habit formation... TIME + PLACE.

Without a scheduled time to attend to our brains and mental health... we just forget.

Without a place to practice using our brains and minds... we end up doing nothing.

In this day and age when we know more about the brain, mental health, and it's links to happiness, productivity, and creativity, it's ALMOST CRIMINAL to spare no TIME + SPACE for THE MOST IMPORTANT ORGAN HUMANS have.


"Even though I am not an athlete by any means, my sessions with Rob has sharpened my peripheral vision and given me confidence especially when reverse parking. I feel I am more alert and aware of my surroundings and as an added bonus I really enjoy challenging myself personally within each session. Thanks Rob!" - Margaret Russell



Want to know more about who we are and what we stand for a The Brain Room? Here's a recent interview Danae Jones, from Danae TV, with founder, Rob Gronbeck, BPsych(hons).


I'm Rob Gronbeck, BPsych(hons), and my vision is to create a space and place where people could develop their mental, emotional and cognitive abilities and created The Brain Room. 

I would call myself an applied neuroscientist-practitioner who coaches athletes, students and professionals to higher levels of cognitive and emotional intelligence and function.

I have personally worked with athletes who have gone on to become Australian Champions, International Representatives, World Championship medalists, and much more.

I have been sought out by organisations to share my knowledge on how to train the brain for greater focus, composure and flow using cognitive training, neuro-biofeedback and brain stimulation devices.


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To contact me for any speaking, media, DIY Brain Room enquiries or if you live in Cairns, Australia, to find out if The Brain Room may be a useful addition to your health and wellness lifestyle, then click on the button to schedule a 15 minute discovery call with me, Rob.