Lauryn Maloney-Gepfert

Lauryn Maloney-Gepfert will discuss what neuroplasticity is at a free lecture at CMC Glenwood Springs on Nov. 14.

Want to know more about how your brain works? On Nov. 14 Colorado Mountain College Glenwood Springs will present the next installment of the Gift of Education Free Lecture Series with a talk on neuroplasticity and how to train your brain.

Physician assistant and licensed massage therapist Lauryn Maloney-Gepfert, who is a graduate of Yale University and holds a Master of Fine Arts in movement/kinesiology, will discuss that the brain can actually change its structure and function in response to our mental experience. “This offers endless possibilities for very real life change – physically and mentally,” Maloney-Gepfert said. “The fact that the brain is not hardwired or fixed, invites us to be in charge of changing ourselves. With proven, specific techniques and intention, we can make significant gains and break through what appear to be debilitating physical and mental barriers.”

Explore this concept of neuroplasticity 6:30-8 p.m. Nov. 14 at CMC Glenwood Springs, 1402 Blake Ave.

For more information, contact Annemarie Deter, or 970-947-8477 or visit Colorado Mountain College.