Brain Balance News
The latest center openings, franchisee spotlights and much more!
Brain Balance Peachtree City, the oldest of more than 100 Brain Balance Centers across the country celebrated its 10th anniversary this month! As part of celebrating having served more than 1,365 students from age four to 18 in the past decade, families were invited to enjoy a bounce house, face painting, tattoos, fun and games […]
Brain Balance Center of Windsor celebrated their grand opening today beginning with a media appearance by founder, Dr. Robert Melillo on “Colorado and Company” morning show and also includes a free event for parents and educators to better understand The Brain Balance Program!
Brain Balance Center of Eagle was recently featured in this report that aired on KIVI-TV about a family that found help for their daughter’s learning disability. For the Bobinski family, they knew something was off when their daughter, Abigail, had difficulties holding crayons and troubles forming words and letters. After doing some research, they discovered her struggles were […]
Brain Balance Center of Wichita is scheduled to open this month. The Wichita Eagle reports on this new Brain Balance Center as follows: A couple of Wichitans who didn’t know each other but who had each looked into opening a Brain Balance franchise here are now going to do it together. “Corporate matched us,” says […]
Brain Balance Achievement Centers is growing! With a half-dozen Grand Openings in the last two months, families across the country are learning more about our program and why our parents call Brain Balance “Life Changing.” Las Vegas, NV: Dr. Robert Melillo visits the newest Brain Balance location in Summerlin, Nevada. Omaha, NE: Brain Balance is […]
September 2016 was a busy month! Four Brain Balance Centers celebrated their grand openings. With ribbon cutting ceremonies, meet and greets, book signings and free lectures by our co-founder, bestselling author and expert Dr. Robert Melillo, centers across the country were busy bringing help and hope to parents of children with academic, social and behavioral struggles. […]